Old Dicks, New Tricks


Ever wondered what your man gets up to when you leave him for that girls night out? Or to visit your grandparents?


You have images of beer-drinking, video game-playing and various sports-watching in your head but it may be a very different scenario than what you imagine.


While you're having that catch-up dinner with your Mother; the love of your life, and every other man on the planet, married or single, is at home making shapes with his bits and pieces.


Apparently every boy has had 'arts and crafts' time with his nether regions at some point in his life, and there are some guys who make their living from it.


That's what Puppetry of the Penis creator David 'Friendy' Friend says anyway.

"Anyone who has a little boy will tell you they have a built-in toy and they don’t stop playing with it" he tells me in this interview for TNT Downunder.


The concept has been around for over a (ahem) dickade, and Friendy with the show's co-founder, Simon Morley has taken their brand of genital origami all over the world and back.


Now that Puppetry of the Penis is entering it's 14th year, the guys have revamped the show with 3D technology that will ensure the new dick-trickers, Nacho Regal and Sammy Longfellow get up close and personal with the audience.


I've had the hilarious pleasure of seeing the new show, I even skipped the catch-up dinner and dragged my Mother along with me. I can confirm it's every bit as giggle-inducing as the first time I saw it years ago.


If you have seen it before, go again. It's a whole new bag baby. Maybe you'll be able to teach your old dog, some new tricks.




Upcoming Australian shows:

Club Singleton - 26 May
Maitland City Bowling Club - 1 June
Belmont 16ft Sailing Club - 2 June
Dee Why RSL - 15 June
Panthers - 16 June
Nelson Bay Diggers - 22 June
Cessnock Rugby League Supporters Club - 23 June
Doyalson RSL - 29 June
Rooty Hill RSL - 30 June
Souths Juniors - 6 July
Mounties - 7 July


See www.puppetryofthepenis.com for more dates.

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