November 2nd, 2004

Naked Tease

Weekend Flashbacks...

It's morning, I open my eyes
And everything's still the same
I turn to the guy who stayed last night
And asked him "What's your name?"
This seems to happen more and more
I love those men one and all
Each new one I meet makes my heart beat fast
When I see them so strong and tall

So many men, so little time
How can I lose?
So many men, so little time
How can I choose?

They tell me I'm up to no good
I should just settle down
But I don't wanna stay with just one man
I wanna sample what's around
Feels like heaven every night
Being here with someone new
Physical thrill, a beautiful smile, and wonderful muscles too

So really who cares about love?
Who wants that freedom taken away?
For fifty-two weeks of every year there's a new man everyday
It's too many choices to make up my mind
So many men can turn on my light
Don't want true love
Don't want friends
Just give me their bodies tonight

In the news...

‘Chernobyl turned sweetcorn into M&Ms’

Slovakian farmers are blaming nuclear fallout from Chernobyl for turning their sweetcorn into “M&Ms”.

Monika and Stefan Regec, from Gana, near Galanta, say their sweetcorn tastes of chocolate and has turned multi-coloured.

Stefan, 30, told Novy Cas: “We planted regular corn seed just to fill an empty patch in our little garden. “We had no idea that when we harvested it and took off the leaves, pods of such bright and varied colours would be revealed.”

Now the Regec’s storeroom is full of red, brown, grey, blue and green corncobs. Others are pearly white, orange, and even black.

“When we cooked the brown corn the kids said it tasted like M&Ms. We made necklaces out of some of the pods as well,” Monika Regec added.

The Regec family believe that nuclear fallout from Chernobyl that left radioactive waste in much of the area is to blame for the different coloured corn.

“I guess nature has been having a little fun. I work in a car plant and my friends tease me, saying I sprayed the corn in metallic colours,” Regec added. ananova
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