The 82nd Annual Porn Academy Awards

This week’s Dustinland sure is classy! But you know, if you think about it, it’s only rated R. You’ve got some curses, but no real nudity aside from a naughty silhouette. So really, is it so bad? Well, you happen to be one of (or the one) Dustinland’s readers with more delicate sensibilities (quite a cliche term but it’s Monday and I’m lazy), at least you can take comfort in the fact that I am referencing several artsy, grown-up films. Plus I’ll do a comic on global warming next week to make up for it.

PS I also think the art turned out quite nicely.

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4 responses to “The 82nd Annual Porn Academy Awards

  1. Bitter Scribe

    Do porn films still do that thing where they reference mainstream movies by giving their titles a naughty twist? I guess that was quite the rage in the ’70s, maybe the ’80s too. “The Simpsons” used that as a throwaway joke in a couple of episodes (“Jeremiah’s Johnson,” “Broadcast Nudes,” “Sperms of Endearment,” etc.).

    In fact, does anyone even make “porn movies” anymore? I guess they must, because what else would fill up those pay-per-view hotel channels and Cinemax at night. It just seems pointless since YouTube came along.

  2. BS, do you mean x-tube?? I’ve never seen porn on YouTube.

    I find porn boring, really. Only bad porn keeps my interest, and the worse the better, ironically. I remember there was this one ‘story’ about a white woman getting gang banged by Mexicans and one of the guys right in front of the camera couldn’t get an erection. Like once or twice it twitched by itself, by the rest of time it was just him doing all he could to get it going but to no avail.

    Then there was the prison movie where the inmates were dudes then there were like 2 female black guards and it was funny to see the guys not getting laid (cuz the ratio of inmates to guards was like 10:1) looking at each other, throwing up their hands and just standing around.

  3. Dustin thanks for handling the emailed comment about “The Lovely Bone” in the right way. These days, when someone has a problem with a TV show/news report/radio show/commercial etc. the first action is to take down the offending material and profusely apologize. Its nice to see that you’re not a buckling coward over an honest mistake. Besides, it seems that most of the complainers are people with nothing better to do who are looking for things to get offended by, so they can attempt to stir up some outrage. That doesn’t seem to be the case here but those people need to be stopped before it goes any further. Keep up the good work!

  4. Coraline…. that disturbs me greatly.

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