Dude had SEX with a DOLPHIN for 9 month’s

Malcolm Brenner, 60, wrote “Wet Goddess,” a new book about a man’s nine-month sexual relationship with a dolphin — an affair that bears “a striking degree of resemblance” to his own interspecies romance.

The author claims he started his relationship with a dolphin named Dolly back in 1970, when he was in his early 20s. Brenner was a sophomore at New College of Florida in Sarasota. A writer hired Brenner to take photographs for a children’s book about the dolphin show at an amusement park in nearby Nokomis. He was given free access to the park and introduced to the staff.

cropped-ljhlh1.pngIf Brenner is to be believed, the dolphin courted him.

Initially, “she became more and more aggressive,” said Brenner, who lives in Punta Gorda, Fla. “She would thrust herself against me.”But over time, Dolly became more gentle, he claimed.

“I found that extraordinarily erotic,” Brenner said. “It’s like being with a tiger or a bear. This is an animal that could kill you in two seconds if it wanted to.”

After about nine months, the Floridaland amusement park was sold to become housing.

His college sweetheart was shipped off to an oceanarium in Gulfport, Miss., while he said he enrolled in Evergreen State College in Washington.

The Huffington Post has been unable to verify his account of the affair with Floridaland officials; the park closed in 1971. However, historical photos and archival brochures indicate there was a “Porpoise Pool” attraction at Floridaland.

“I had every intention of going to visit the dolphin when I got back to the South, but it didn’t work out that way,” Brenner said. “I learned the hard way that dolphins are chattel, and much more emotionally vulnerable than I had ever imagined.”

Brenner said Dolly died about nine months after the last time he saw her.

“I had a vivid dream at the time about dolphins dying in a dark environment which proved to be remarkably similar to the oceanarium where she actually died,” Brenner said.

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MARY QUITS CALL CENTER JOB TO BE A MERMAID

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Mary McPhail the Mermaid

I think it’s a typo, I think they meant Merwhale.


Mary McPhail grown women deciding to quit the best job she has ever had (fact) as a Taxi receptionist at a call center, decided to quit her job and follow her dream to WIN at the  2012 Mermaid World Champion’chips …..SERIOUSLY I wish I was  joking!

I guess that’s why they have a vibrator called Mary the Mermaid …… cause she’s a dick

Treat yourself to this delicious in site about an over sized fish finger, and her amazing dream to become a whale

WORKING full-time in a taxi call centre, Mary McPhail felt like a fish out of water.

“It was really boring, really draining, because mermaiding is my passion,” she says.

So, after ditching the job and getting her tail into gear, life’s a beach now for the Oakleigh 28-year-old.

“I had always wanted to be a mermaid ever since I was a little girl and saw the movie Splash!” she says.

“I would make costume tails and pretend I was a mermaid, combing my hair and singing in front of my mirror.”

Now Mary – in the guise of Mermaid Aela – can be seen week in, week out mermaiding at bayside beaches – pier-sitting, rock-basking and dolphin swimming.

“People often say you’re too old for this, you’re too big, get away from your childhood fantasies and get over it.”

But Mary says they change their tune after seeing her swim like a dolphin on Facebook.

She said her dream was revived two years ago when she saw an US woman on the internet who made her own tails and swam mermaid-style. “I thought ‘I want to do that’. It reignited my imagination,” she says.

“I made my own tail and started mermaiding.”

She finally took the plunge this summer and now has a six-tail selection, some for diving, some for swimming, others just for looks to laze around in.

Mary McPhail and fellow Lilypad Lagoon member Katie Kaczko at the Oakleigh Recreation Centre. Picture: Eugene Hyland Source: Herald Sun
Mary McPhail and fellow Lagoon member Katie Laczko at Oakleigh Recreation Centre.

More than that, she has an adult dream of making a living as a mermaid at corporate gigs, birthday parties, anything …

Mermaiding, Mary says, is a worldwide trend.

She says it tones the muscles and trims down the waistline.

“The greatest thing so far was being on the beach during the school holidays. As soon as I put my tail on, about 30 kids just ran up to me. They were amazed.”

And when the smaller kids ask if she’s a real mermaid?

“I say ‘Yes, course I am’. Kids are great!”

And the rest of the time?

“I just swim, sit on the rocks, just lounge around, enjoy myself. Annoy the seagulls.”

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Next time you’re at the beach you might spot this mermaid splashing about.

Mary McPhail ditched her job in a taxi call centre to be a mermaid. Picture: Alex Coppel Source: Herald Sun
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MARY QUITS CALL CENTER JOB TO BE A MERMAID

Video

Mary McPhail the Mermaid

I think it’s a typo, I think they meant Merwhale.


Mary McPhail grown women deciding to quit the best job she has ever had (fact) as a Taxi receptionist at a call center, decided to quit her job and follow her dream to WIN at the  2012 Mermaid World Champion’chips …..SERIOUSLY I wish I was  joking!

I guess that’s why they have a vibrator called Mary the Mermaid …… cause she’s a dick

Treat yourself to this delicious in site about an over sized fish finger, and her amazing dream to become a whale

WORKING full-time in a taxi call centre, Mary McPhail felt like a fish out of water.

“It was really boring, really draining, because mermaiding is my passion,” she says.

So, after ditching the job and getting her tail into gear, life’s a beach now for the Oakleigh 28-year-old.

“I had always wanted to be a mermaid ever since I was a little girl and saw the movie Splash!” she says.

“I would make costume tails and pretend I was a mermaid, combing my hair and singing in front of my mirror.”

Now Mary – in the guise of Mermaid Aela – can be seen week in, week out mermaiding at bayside beaches – pier-sitting, rock-basking and dolphin swimming.

“People often say you’re too old for this, you’re too big, get away from your childhood fantasies and get over it.”

But Mary says they change their tune after seeing her swim like a dolphin on Facebook.

She said her dream was revived two years ago when she saw an US woman on the internet who made her own tails and swam mermaid-style. “I thought ‘I want to do that’. It reignited my imagination,” she says.

“I made my own tail and started mermaiding.”

She finally took the plunge this summer and now has a six-tail selection, some for diving, some for swimming, others just for looks to laze around in.

Mary McPhail and fellow Lilypad Lagoon member Katie Kaczko at the Oakleigh Recreation Centre. Picture: Eugene Hyland Source: Herald Sun
Mary McPhail and fellow Lagoon member Katie Laczko at Oakleigh Recreation Centre.

More than that, she has an adult dream of making a living as a mermaid at corporate gigs, birthday parties, anything …

Mermaiding, Mary says, is a worldwide trend.

She says it tones the muscles and trims down the waistline.

“The greatest thing so far was being on the beach during the school holidays. As soon as I put my tail on, about 30 kids just ran up to me. They were amazed.”

And when the smaller kids ask if she’s a real mermaid?

“I say ‘Yes, course I am’. Kids are great!”

And the rest of the time?

“I just swim, sit on the rocks, just lounge around, enjoy myself. Annoy the seagulls.”

http://www.youtube.com/mermaidaela

Next time you’re at the beach you might spot this mermaid splashing about.

Mary McPhail ditched her job in a taxi call centre to be a mermaid. Picture: Alex Coppel Source: Herald Sun
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Next time you’re at the beach you might spot this mermaid splashing about. Mary McPhail ditched her job in a taxi call center to be a mermaid.

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