Embracing His Inner Child: This Man Is Having More Fun With The Cardboard Box His Life-Size Anime Sex Doll Came In Than The Sex Doll Itself

Growing old is an inevitable part of life, and although we can’t keep our bodies from aging on the outside, we can stay young forever on the inside if we just hang onto our childlike wonder. For proof, look no further than 52-year-old Kenneth Ainsworth, who recently ordered a life-size anime sex doll yet is now having more fun with the cardboard box it came in than the actual sex doll itself.

Wow! He may have some wrinkles and gray hairs, but this man is beaming like an 8-year-old on Christmas morning!

Though he spent hours carefully deliberating over features like nipple color, foot shape, and breast size when ordering his custom-designed 4-foot-8 Luna Starr Fantasy Doll online, Ainsworth couldn’t have seemed any less interested in it when UPS delivered it this morning, opting instead to dive headfirst into the massive cardboard box it came packaged in and letting his imagination run wild. With his lifelike pleasure mannequin tossed off to the side amid a heap of packing peanuts and instruction booklets, Ainsworth has now spent the last five hours crawling in and out of the box having make-believe adventures, wholly uninterested in testing out the realistic vaginal port of his new silicone companion.

“Oh no, look out, we’re headed straight for an asteroid field!” Ainsworth squealed, rocking giddily back and forth in the cockpit of his cardboard spaceship, blissfully unaware of the wide cartoon eyes of the anime sex doll staring seductively in his general direction. “Hang onto your hats, space cowboys, because we are switching into hyperdrive! Vrooooooom!”

“Yikes, grab your blasters, we’ve got an enemy ship coming up on the starboard side!” he continued, paying no mind to the three detachable suction-powered orifices that he paid a $200 upcharge for just several feet away. “Pew! Pew! Pew! Take that, alien scum!”

Once he finished pretending he was a galactic ranger, Ainsworth then swapped out the metal popcorn bowl he was using as a space helmet for a construction-paper eye patch so that he could play pirates, still not even bothering to put his sex doll’s vibrating insert on its charger or to fill its self-lubricating reservoir with the accompanying gel. While many adults might roll their eyes at the sight of Ainsworth crawling headfirst into his cardboard cave in search of Blackbeard’s treasure and shrieking with gleeful terror upon encountering a fire-breathing dragon, the fact that he was so consumed with silliness and joy that his brand-new $1,499 erotic playmate was seemingly an afterthought should be a pretty telling indicator that he hasn’t let the doldrums of adulthood squash his sense of wonderment.

Tuckered out after a long day of whimsical journeys, Ainsworth then curled up inside his big box with a couch pillow and drifted off into a nap, where he went on to dream of imaginary cardboard box adventures yet to come. While there’s no question that Ainsworth will eventually dress his new sex doll in one of his ex-girlfriend’s bras and proceed to penetrate it, in the meantime it’s heartwarming to see him escaping all the stresses and worries of the grown-up world and embracing his inner child.

Read more: http://www.clickhole.com/article/embracing-his-inner-child-man-having-more-fun-card-7006

Watch the Trailer for ‘Legends of the Hidden Temple’, a Cheesy Kid’s Movie You Will Probably Still Watch Because of Nostalgia

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21 Heart Touching Dear Photographs

What started off as a small blog with just 6 family pictures based on a principle of matching an old photo with the present day setting, has now turned into highly successful site of digital nostalgia with hundreds of submissions from all over the world. [Read more…]

The idea about the project came to a 22-year-old Ontario-based Taylor Jones completely by accident. He was going through his parents’ old pictures and in one of the photos he saw his brother, sitting on the same kitchen table like Taylor was then. Taylor held the photo up in front of the table and took a new picture – in only 6 weeks, the response to this idea worldwide was overwhelming, with millions views and hundreds of submissions on Taylor’s site.

One year later, Taylor took the idea offline, and released a book. Here are some of our favorite and most heart touching dear photograph picks.

Website: dearphotograph.com

Dear Photograph, I’m so proud my boys childhood dreams were made of bravery, honor and valor. Fifteen years later, dreams really do come true. Nancy

Dear Photograph, I wouldn’t be who I am today if i didn’t have the sounds of music in my life. Rachelle

Dear Photograph, At the time it was not common for a man to walk behind a pram. I’m still proud of my father. Eva Willemier Westra

Dear Photograph, For one brief moment, this murky little duck pond became the most beautiful place on earth. Greg

Dear Photograph, Our wedding was our sweetest day, just like Grandma’s chocolate. Onno

Dear Photograph, Dad never took a picture of me, ever. Then I noticed his reflection in the glass.Happy Father’s Day, Dad. Anonymous

Dear Photograph, Letting go of my mother’s hand the first day of school was always the hardest. Liz

Dear Photograph, I told you there would be better days. Joel Witte

Dear Photograph, I’ll always remember my first fish. Brian Thurman

Dear Photograph, Over 25 years later, the house is still blue and my mother is still looking over me. Alexandra

Dear Photograph, Remember when we decided to see if shrink wrap would hold my brother Joe to a tree? This made us laugh so much! Annie Enderle

Dear Photograph, It was only 2 years ago, while gardening with my family and children at the St. Mary Organic Farm, that my son Alex, age 2, ran up to this tree and hugged it. I quickly snapped a photo, thinking to myself, ”awww… he’s a tree hugger”. Then, just like that, he leaned in and gave the tree a gentle kiss. Three days later, on September 17th, 2010, Alex died unexpectedly in his sleep. Now when I look at this photograph, and look into his eyes, I see he is hugging the tree just like he would hug his mother’s or father’s leg whenever he ran to greet us. With his little arms wrapped tightly around the tree, he seemed to be listening in a very comforting and knowing way. This image of Alex is what I referred to immediately after his death and it has given me the solace to know in my heart that he is exactly where he is supposed to be. Valerie

Dear Photograph, Oh, to be young again. Wizemark

Dear Photograph, West Point is where we first pretended we were soldiers. Forty years later,we’re both army veterans. John and Rob

Dear Photograph, Eight years ago our world rejoiced when we said “I do”. This year, my first without you here, I know the heavens rejoiced too. I’m so glad I had those seven years with you because those seven years will define who I am for the rest of my life.Miss and Love You Always, Brandi

Dear Photograph, I still remember every moment I spent with you that summer. You always thought we were just friends, but to me, you always meant so much more. A year and a half later and now you are my valentine. Happy Valentine’s Day!Your Boyfriend, Louis

Dear Photograph, Thank you for reminding me that if I wait just a little longer the seasons will always change. Love, Nancy

Dear Photograph, It was 70 years ago when my mother dipped her toes in Lake Cavloc, Switzerland along side her father and sister. Beauty was all around them and so were the echoes of youth. My mother’s view has changed now that she lives in a nursing home. Wouldn’t it have been something if the waters they had danced in had washed the fountain of youth over them… Peter

Dear Photograph, I was astounded, but I hadn’t had time to consider what I was seeing. Mark Yokoyama

Dear Photograph, My grandpa doesn’t recognize me anymore, but he still smiles every time I show him this picture. I hope that deep inside he remembers how much I loved hanging out with him.. Love, Laura

Dear Photograph,There’s a reason we had to paint these stairs blue. They just weren’t as colorful without these two. mohocreative

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Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/dear-photograph-taylor-jones/

A Minor League Baseball Team Just Unveiled "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle" Jerseys And They Are Fantastic

Now this is how you do a throwback jersey.

1. The Fresno Grizzlies, an affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, will be wearing TMNT-inspired uniforms on August 2, according to the team’s Twitter account.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/samstryker/a-minor-league-baseball-team-just-unveiled-teenage-mutant-ni

A Cappella Cover Of Super Mario Bros 2 Theme Song Will Take You Back

A Cappella Cover Of Super Mario Bros 2 Theme Song Will Take You Back

Before Xbox, PlayStation, and smartphones there was just Nintendo. Even non-gamers will remember the catchy tune to the Nintendo classic, Super Mario Bros 2. 

Video game a cappella singer Smooth McGroove goes back in time to cover the popular theme song with only his voice. 

The nostalgia!

 

Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/03/17/a-cappella-cover-of-super-mario-bros-2-theme-song-will-take-you-back/

Stuff From The 90′s Music Video Gets Real Serious Real Quick

There’s a bad habit online that seems to romanticize the 90′s like it was just a perfect decade of sunshine, Oval Office escapades, and Ninja Turtles.

To battle this obnoxious trend, Pop Roulette just published this genius, overly-enthusiastic and happy 90′s focused music video, titled Let’s Name Stuff From The 90′s

Looking like they came straight outta 1996, the dance crew sings and dances about all the great nostalgic ‘stuff’ from the 90′s, like Lunchables, Boy Meets World, and the war in Kosovo. 

Wait… Kosovo? We’re only covering happy, fun stuff from the 90′s that promote fond memories. Nothing bad ever happened in the 90′s, remember? 

 

Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/03/28/stuff-from-the-90s-music-video-gets-real-quick/