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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”GANGNAM STYLE” is in the dictionary buy so is ‘MUMMY PORN’

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The title of South Korean pop star Psy’s hit Gangnam Style has been named among Collins Dictionary’s words of 2012

CollinsDictionary.com selected 12 words, one for each month, which played their part in defining the past year. The final list – made after members of the public submitted their own suggestions – reflect the top news stories and trends of the year, with events such as the Olympics, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the US election all represented.

South Korean musician Psy’s catchy song Gangnam Style was chosen as the word for November, the month in which it became the most-viewed video on YouTube with close to a billion views.

“Fiscal cliff” made it into the list for this month amid talk of the US government facing a sharp decrease in government spending and an increase in taxes that could throw the economy back into recession.

On a similar theme, earlier this year Europe was abuzz with the threat of “Eurogeddon” as the economic situation in the Eurozone worsened. The word made it on to the list for March. The following month, the 50 Shades of Grey book series was published, bringing a new name for a certain type of erotic fiction – “mummy porn” – into the public consciousness.

The UK’s extraordinary summer of events is celebrated with two words on the 2012 list. “Jubilympics” recalls the month of June, in which Britain was preparing to host the London Olympics and celebrate the Diamond Jubilee while “Games makers”, London’s vast team of Olympics volunteers, make it on to the list for August.

During the Oscars in February, actress Angelina Jolie posed with her right leg jutting out of her high-slit dress, spawning the word “legbomb” and leading to many parody images being created.

In May, Facebook launched its initial public offering and its share price plummeted almost immediately after hitting the public market. The event led to the word “zuckered”, named after the social networking site’s founder Mark Zuckerberg.

When US presidential candidate Mitt Romney travelled to London in July, his critics branded the visit a “Romneyshambles”, a word which also makes it on to the list. Romney’s secretly-taped comment that 47% of Americans would vote for Obama no matter what because they are dependent on the government meant that “47 per cent” became a key phrase of the election and enters the dictionary list for September.

October’s word is “superstorm” after Superstorm Sandy, which wreaked havoc in portions of the Caribbean, the mid-Atlantic and the northeastern United States. The list is completed with January’s nominated word, “Broga”. The word, formed from the combination of “bro” and yoga, accompanied the launch of a new form of yoga tailored to men.

Becs poem to Layton on their Wedding day

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BLUSHING bride Bec Cartwright declared her love for Lleyton with a verse at the pair’s much publicised wedding reception. Ps Becs a moron Cartwright kept it a secret until the end of the speeches when she took the microphone to … Continue reading