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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

William and Kate's Sexiest Wedding Present: a Giant Seychelles Nut


by Michael


While honeymooning in the Seychelles, Prince William and Kate Middleton received a rather risque present from the islands' foreign minister: a gigantic nut famous for looking like a lady's nether regions and being a strong aphrodisiac.

The Australian Associated Press reports that the couple was given a coco de mer, the world's largest nut and a product endemic to the islands.

The form of coconut became famous among British seamen when the rare coconuts were found bobbing in the water off the Seychelles, prompting more than one double-take. On making landfall, one General Gordon declared the nuts native habitat, the Vallee de Main on Praslin island, to be the Garden of Eden and the nut to be the fruit of knowledge.

Today, Coco de Mer will ring a bell for more liberal Londoners as one of the UK's oldest and most luxurious sex shops, a business that planned to sell Coco de Mer whips and perfumes until being sued for trademark infringement by Coco Chanel.

For royal watchers, the gift may symbol the start of baby watch. Kate did mention she wanted to have kids while in Canada, you know.

No news agency has reported whether or not the prince scooped out the inside of the nut, consumed it and then was himself consumed by sexual passion. It should be at least a day or two before the British tabloids start speculating.

28 comments:

Tina~in_ut said...

Good Moaning~

Tina~in_ut said...

yay! Nuts.....I love nuts~ big nuts.....yummy~ :D

Thanks for sending it in Miguelito~ (I'm still a little dizzy!) :(

Bebbi said...

Good morning..!

LOL Tina at loving big nuts...!


Great blog Michael..I learned something new.!

goldie said...

Good Morning Hooters!

I had read this on the internet the other day and had to do a double take at the pic! First I had heard of them.

Stay cool everyone~only going to be 98 here today with heat index up to 115. Thank the heavens for air-con!!!!!

goldie said...

Oh, and it is not 'dry heat', lol
The dewpoint is in the upper 70's!

Michael said...

ah yes...the Sychelles nut....definitely big! And they have the male counterpart in the Sychelles!

I don't know if those people just have sex on the brain or what....but the nuts have other uses as illustrated by my avatar...

Seychelles nut vessel
Augsburg, Germany, late 16th century;
mounted in Augsburg, 1575-1600
Seychelles nut, silver gilt
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien,
Kunstkammer, Vienna....

Lovely isn't it?

Oh....good morning nuts...

Bebbi said...

Hi Goldie! High heat index here today too... Yes, God Bless the air conditioning!

Bebbi said...

Good morning Michael! And good morning/afternoon/evening to all who fly by later...

Tinka said...

Good Morning Tina, Bebbi, Goldie and Michael. I still can't believe that picture. At my age it is fun to still have new things to learn.

Tinka said...

10

Michael said...

we don't have an index....we use the Dewey decimal system....

Tinka said...

I am watching CNN and see that 3/4 of America is over 100 F. We are 55 and rainy. I guess global warming doesn't reach the Pacific Northwest. Unless it clears up my hog will stay in its cage.

Have a great day everyone.

Michael said...

Hi Tinka....

Stick with my blogs while Tina is gone to Hulachamongo as we will all learn a lot!!

Michael said...

*UPDATE*UPDATE*

The flying public has chosen its new folk hero and it is Yukari Miyamae, a 61-year-old Colorado woman who was arrested for allegedly groping a female Transportation Security Administration agent at Phoenix's international airport.
Miyamae is accused of grabbing the left breast of an agent at a security checkpoint last Thursday and was facing a felony count of sexual abuse.
After reviewing the case, prosecutors for the county declined to file felony charges against Miyamae, according to the Associated Press.
One Facebook page titled "Yukari Miyamae Legal Defense Fund" at first described Miyamae as "the 'Rosa Parks' of US aviation."

Michael said...

in another story a U.S. Airways passenger was removed from a plane after using her iphone to snap a picture of a rude airline employees name badge...

The airline employee demanded that she delete the photo and then reported the passenger to the captain as a security risk and had her escorted off the plane....

We have given up our rights since 911. Can you imagine the TSA and Airline employees getting away with this crap 12 years ago....I think not....

One situation comes to mind. We had left the first class club where we were told to board the aircraft at our leisure....we passed the gate area where all the coach passengers were waiting and proceeded down the jetway where we met a female FA on her way up the jetway.
She grabbed me by the arm in an attempt to stop me and she asked me where I thought I was going....

I spun around to her face and told her that "where I was going" was none of her business and that if she ever laid another hand on me that she would draw back a nub!

Had she been doing her job properly she would have greeted us ...found us on her list of first class passengers and started the butt smooching right away....instead she tried to go all Diva on us and that didn't work back then....but now...we could go to jail....

I will be damned if I put up with all the crap that goes with flying commercial....its not something to look forward to anymore...more like something to dread.....

Just_Lin said...

Tina They have a habit of getting bigger as they get older....or at least lower. LOL

Oh, and yes you are the prettiest today, yada yada yada.

Just_Lin said...

Michael Somehow, without even looking, I knew this blog came from you. I wonder what they taste like. Probably not that great or else they would have been marketed more.

Just_Lin said...

Goldie I feel bad for all of you that are in such high heat. You must be melting or at least wilting. I would be whining, big time.

Just_Lin said...

Bebbi Good morning, afternoon, and evening to you, too. Hey, are you still walking?

Just_Lin said...

Tinka I'm glad you're starting to get the hang of your hog. Too bad you are stuck inside today due to rain. What's that saying, "In every life a little rain must fall"? Or would that be, "In every life a little duck must fall"? LOL

Michael said...

J/L...

Under the salacious husk lies a custard-like flesh that only a lucky few get to taste.

The few people that get to taste them usually describe a sweet earthy taste with a hint of citrus. Some even say it tastes like breast milk!

“The Fruit Hunters,” author Adam Leith Gollner said coco de mer has a “mild citrus-like quality, refreshing and sweet with earthy, spunky notes. It tastes like coconut flesh, only sexier.”

Actually....this fruit has a lot of interesting history. It only grows on one island in the Seychelles...it is illegal to sell them.....it takes 6 - 7 years for one fruit to mature....

google seychelles nut....its all very interesting...

I even pin pointed the location of the Seychelles....talk about the middle of no where. Water all around for at least 1000 miles on all sides. 10 hour flight straight down from London... way way off the coast of Somalia and Kenya

iteach said...

My hero:

In 1902, the first modern electrical air conditioning unit was invented by Willis Haviland Carrier in Buffalo, New York. After graduating from Cornell University, Carrier, a native of Angola, New York, found a job at the Buffalo Forge Company

Michael said...

Swirl direction


It is a commonly held misconception that when flushed, the water in a toilet bowl swirls one way if the toilet is north of the equator and the other way if south of the equator, due to the Coriolis effect – usually, counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere, and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. In reality, the direction that the water takes is much more determined by the direction that the bowl's rim jets are pointed, and it can be made to flush in either direction in either hemisphere by simply redirecting the rim jets during manufacture. On the scale of bathtubs and toilets, the Coriolis effect is too weak to be observed except under laboratory conditions.

Zona said...

Hi Guys!

MICHAEL: My, the Foreign Minister of Seychelles certainly has interesting taste in gifts. I bet Prince Harry can't wait until he gets married and gets some of these too!! :D

TINA: Looooking goooood! :D

BEBBI: I agree wholeheartedly..yay for a/c!!

GOLDIE: I sympathize with you..it's 110 here and the dew point is 60..blech..Thank goodness for the pool..in fact, we just got done swimming.. :)

TINKA: I've been sending you some heat..I just don't think I'm flapping my arms hard enough for it to get there!

J/LIN: I bet you thought they'd be salty.. ;D

ITEACH: Thanks for the info..I am now a huge fan of Mr. Carrier too! :)

Mr Z and I saw Harry Potter today in 3-D..it was excellent..and yes..I cried..I really didn't think I would..I expected to save those tears for the week I have to go see 'Transformers'..ugh..

Have a good evening everyone..crank the air and stay cool!! :)

Lynn D said...

Hi Owls!

Okay that is hilarious! Nature you gotta love it!

Hope everyone is having a great day.

I would like to know where Shirley and Mo are? Oh and Yohoooo Jodi!

whabbear said...

Everybody's a little nutty today!

Signed...

The nutty professor

Just_Lin said...

Sweet dreams, HOoters! Especially to Shirley, MO, and Hodi, wherever you are. Miss you.

whabbear said...

Zona: Do you recommend we see HP in 3D? We were just going to go to a normal theater...