This week: Turns out those vending machines that sell used underwear isn't the weirdest thing in Japan. Sitcom mediocrity breeds an obsession with blow and porn stars. The Internet really is a series of tubes — when it comes to porn in 2011, anyway. And much, much more.
What's new at Juliland.com: January jGrrl Jayden Cole takes a bow with a video. New jGrrl Alexis Ford starts her reign with a movie and three photosets. Favorite Audrey Bitoni checks in with a photoset of her own and Asian stunner Miko Lee adds a movie to the site.
Schoolgirls' shoes. It's what's for dinner, if you're in Japan.
Tubesites drink paysites' milkshake, paysites try to sue, judge tells tube sites to drink up.
Submissive men who like a little strap-on play is the target market for these jeans, I guess.
Robot seemingly from the future learns to suck on a sausage!
Iran. Not a place for porn. Who knew?
While we're on the subject, celebrity sex tapes are a bad idea in Indonesia. By bad idea, I mean they'll throw your ass in jail.
Can we send Tila Tequila to Iran? Or Indonesia? Or Iran AND Indonesia? Pretty please?
Breaking — Charlie Sheen apparently likes hookers, porn stars and booger sugar. Not news? Oh well.
Best quote of the week from a blog, by way of the Charlie Sheen and Kacey Jordan story of the century of the week: "She’s literally taking any interview on the table which is why I’d like to offer her $20 to explain the marketability of having grotesquely swollen labia because I can’t seem to get my head around it."
Evan Stone needs to find a new line of work. No, not that Evan Stone.
That's some nice downloaded gay porn you got there. It would be a shame if anyone found out about it.
Thai airline hires tranny flight attendants; no one surprised.
And don't forget — http://bobbistarr.com.