In Ireland, we don’t get the tip of our fucking knobs chopped off

I fucking completely disagree with that. People say, “It’s much cleaner to have no foreskin.” What, have you never heard of a fucking shower? Or Q-Tips?

Whatever you want to do it, just clean the fucking thing. I was at the party with 20 people, one of them an agent from CAA, when somehow the subject of foreskins came up. She said, “I just don’t understand a foreskin. I’ve never seen one.” So I whipped out my dick and said, “Here, that’s all it is. A bit of skin.” I did a little Puppetry of the Penis thing and showed her what it was about. You would have thought she was at a circus the way she was looking at me” Colin Farrell.

7 thoughts on “In Ireland, we don’t get the tip of our fucking knobs chopped off

  1. “If you can get a straight man to talk to you about why he is having sex with men, it’s very likely that he’s going to draw from a small set of acceptable narratives about why straight men do things like that, and I think that’s a really common one, you know, the narrative of constraint — ‘Well, I’d rather be having sex with a woman, but there are no women available,’ or ‘Women are too complicated’ — this kind of thing. But I don’t buy that,” she said in a recent New York magazine interview.

  2. Never understood why. As for me, I had no say, it happened shortly after birth. Wishing I still had a say on my body.

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