Happy Saturday, everybody! Time for another NSFW selection. Are you ready? Then scroll past the puppy and get to it!
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Thanks to Mr X Stitch for pointing me in the direction of Mr. Peacock. Mr. Peacock is a graphic designer and artist who happens to have a super cool blog. It’s about all sorts of things, but occasionally Mr. Peacock gets crafty.
He embroidered napkins based on Erotic Drawings by Jean Cocteau.
A whole series of napkins were stitched, and apparently each new napkin featured larger, ahem, private parts than the last. Mr. Peacock claims alcohol was a part of this phenomenon. If that’s the case, bring on the beer!
If you enjoyed this, you’ll want to check out Mr. Peacock’s blog – it’s just packed with all kinds of wonderful stuff!
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