Who let the dorks out?

It’s all in the name of science August 3, 2010

Filed under: Linktips — Paulina Oceanlane @ 1:54 am
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This is a quick hello from me. I have logged in a few times in the last weeks but still didn’t manage to find inspiration again. One of the reasons surely is that things have been rezzing soo slowly. I experimented with different viewers (e.g. Kirsten Viewer) but I felt too impatient to adjust to a new viewer interface with buttons being at different places, more settings, and so I gave up on that.

However, I just wanted to quickly share a link to a new SL blog with you, which has been created by Marian Dragovar and
Alarren Fede. It immediately became one of my favourite blogs because it is a brilliant fusion between randomness, hilariousness and intelligent analysis: “Crotches of SL – Where crotches are examined and exposed in the name of science.”

In effort to continue on in the spirit of progress and innovation, I have decided to double post in honor of our blog grand opening. It is my sincere hope that this blog becomes the most popular blog about Second Life and issues of world peace in the whole world, and if not in the whole world, then at least in the Midwest region of the Unite States of America.

Speaking of the Midwest, here is a fairy crotch which has been accented by tastefully arranged insects and arachnid silk ornamentation.

Fairy crotch

The “submit a crotch” form is a must-read.

We accept the following types of crotches:

1. A crotch with an interesting organic and physical shape – one that provokes a viewer response. Whether said response is positive or negative is immaterial; it is the psycho-emotional reaction that is of chief interest here at Crotches of Second Life.


4. Special crotches – We like to look at crotches with special appeal, unusual ornamentation, fantasy crotches, crotches of rare animals and entities, crotches of aliens or beasts. Laps made of magic and science, oddly shaped, mutated, or evolved pubic regions — or anything that is out of the ordinary or a diversion from the standard expectations for the crotch.

5. Cultural crotches, crotches which convey significant cultural symbolism or display meaning from a distinctly ethnic perspective. Crotches used in spiritual and social ritual, crotches of distinct origins, exotic crotches, worldly crotches, any sort of crotch which conveys a sentiment of unique ethnic heritage.

Go and visit Crotches of SL now and contribute to World Peace!


One Response to “It’s all in the name of science”

  1. I was going to say: “What a GREAT blog Paulina! Thank you for turning me on to this piece of exceptional artwork. What moving reporting and scientifically profound reporting!” but then I realized this is my blog. So I will just say thanks for the good word! šŸ˜‰


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