I speak through your Radio weekdays from 3-7pm whilst you are operationg your motor vehicle home from work and or school. I also make fantastic hand puppet shows, but you can't see them, so I will spare you the glorious description.
I am Riggs. I am a human. I work on the radio. I like penguins. I dislike cats. I like short sentences. I dislike brownies. I love jumping from airplanes. I hate onions. I heart you for listening.
Let's instagram together. Take pictures of our food and stuff. Find me @RiggsRadio
on the Instagram machine.
TWEET ME! @RiggsRadioNow
Call me...Maybe? 414-799-1973
Text the word "RANDOM" followed by your request to 68255
Well done, science. I'd put this discovery right up there with the cure for polio and the artificial heart.
PHOTO: Smithsonian Museum of Flatulence and Farts and Fun.
A psychologist named Mark Griffiths from Nottingham Trent University in England just published his report on the first-ever documented case of eproctophilia. That's when a person is turned on by the SOUND and SMELL of FLATULENCE.
Griffiths found the first known person with eproctophilia . . . and he's right here in the U.S. He's a 22-year-old, who was only identified as Brad, living in Illinois.
Griffiths says Brad shined a lot of insight into eproctophilia. Quote, "He's not sexually attracted to flatulence, but the person releasing it.
Also, this makes Brad have BISEXUAL TENDENCIES. The first time he got turned on was when he was 16 and a MALE friend broke wind in front of him.
Brad says, quote, "At first I didn't want to admit I was into his farting. I set up a bet and intentionally lost, with the wager being the right to fart in the loser's face for a week. I continued to lose such bets once every few weeks for about two years."
Brad just got his degree in fine arts and continues to have, quote, "recurring, intense sexual urges and fantasies involving flatulence." Griffiths' report on Brad was published in a medical journal called "Archives of Sexual Behavior".