Busty in the mood for Valentine’s Day massacre

busty idolWell, how was your Valentine’s Day? If it was anything like mine, I feel for you girls, I really do. You see, the most exciting thing that happened to me on what is supposed to be the feast of fun was those fellas from Royal Mail MarketReach following me around again…
Sadly, I’m not being stalked by the dashingly handsome Jonathan Harman – more’s the pity – it’s those ads bigging up the girth of direct mail that are still chasing me everywhere.
I even got one through the post, which I mistakenly took for a Valentine’s card, only to find four more brand advocates telling me how great the post is… bah.
The online ads are also everywhere I look, apart from on this site, although don’t mention that to McKelvey whatever you do. One place where they haven’t appeared is on one of my favourite blogs, the Pornhub insights page, of course, which doesn’t seem to have squeezed on to the media schedule just yet.
There are some fascinating insights for you geeks, but, interestingly, there are even more fascinating insights into the mind of a man, although that might seem like an oxymoron.
Apparently in the run-up to Valentine’s, Pornhub found hundreds of search variations around the day, with “Valentine’s day orgy” making a strong showing for us girls. However, hapless fellas are obviously so desperate for some tips on how to be nice to us girls that they tended to search more for terms like making love and seduce.
Quite why they bother is anyone’s guess as women are 167% more interested in “rough sex” and 105% more interested in “bondage”. Was it ever thus…
Talking of which, I have some good news for all you lovers of “afternoon delight” – and I’m not talking about that terrible song by the Starland Vocal Band either.
Apparently more and more hotels are joining Dayuse.com, the website which allows illicit couples to “get a room” for just a few hours, without needing a credit card. For some reason, Phil Keevill seemed so pleased about it, he posted a BBC story on his Facebook page under the comment “Brilliant”. Tut tut.
Not that Dayuse.com’s boss will fess up. He told the Beeb: “Our primary market is business-people – people who need a rest between flights, or a place for interviews or meetings. After that we are targeting people who want to use hotel facilities in the day-time, like spas and swimming-pools.
“Of course, there are couples who use Dayuse – and we welcome them. But they are not our priority.” Pull the other one…

You can also follow Busty on Twitter @BustyIdol

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