Category Archives: #jizmos

Gadgets to geek out over.

Droid function: EXTERMINATE!

Who/Star Wars mashup! In tshirt form! YES!

Rampaged Reality, The robotic characters from Star Wars and Doctor....

Star Wars Crayons

Admittedly, when I see these awesome miniature carvings of classic Star Wars characters carved into crayons, I wish that I had larger versions of the sculptures. Say, of the seven-inch silicone variety?  

  Star Wars Crayons [Pic] - News - Comics Cavern.


Listen. Folks. Here's a tip. Don't use photos that aren't of yourself on Grindr, or various other gay hookup/dating apps. Especially take care to not use photos of recognizable porn stars. Porn stars who obviously wouldn't be in the area (in this case, central Kentucky.) ...And at least be wise enough to not use the image of a gay-for-pay porn star like Marcus Mojo who would not be using a gay hookup app for personal pleasure. Because if you don't, I will call your shit out. (On a side note, at least he didn't try passing off Marcus' abs as his own, because they truly are in a league of their own.)

Guys With iPad 2 Giveaways!

NOTE: If your browser gives you a malware message while visiting GWiP, ignore the warning. It's a technicality being resolved. As Guys with iPhones readies for its 50,000th studly uploaded image, I'd like to share the following message with all of you readers out there who have one of Apple's prized cellular devices:

Start uploading your images to GWiP now! Be the lucky 50k image, and you can win an iPad 2 from the sexy site for guys and their beloved Apple device.

For two years has been the hottest site where amateur guys, porn stars, and celebrities drop in and snap their best and sexiest shots with the world’s most stylish phone. Within the next few weeks, we will post our 50,000th photo and to celebrate this incredible milestone we’ve decided to throw “GWiP’s Race to the 50K!”

We’d love every guy with an iPhone to submit sexy photos to our site! But the lucky fella who submits our 50,000th photograph will win an iPad 2 — and there’s more! In the five days leading up to the 50,000 mark, we will give away an iPod Shuffle each day to one lucky submitter — that’s 5 chances to win a free iPod Shuffle just for uploading a great guy with an iPhone!

Sounds pretty great, does it not!? I've been a fan of GWiP for a very long time, and I've submitted my fair share of images to them, so I'm extremely excited that they're doing this promotion! For official rules, read below:


1. The race will run until we post the 50,000th pic. 2. All submissions can be sent to “” or made over the web via: 3. There is no limit to the number of submissions. So send in as many as you like! 4. Each shot must have an iPhone in clear view. 5. The 50,000th approved picture will win the unlocked iPad 2. Five runners-up will receive iPod Shuffles. 6. All submissions must be made via valid email addresses. Finalists will be contacted to verify authenticity of submissions. So please uploading your hottest GWiP entry! 7. Unverified submissions will be forfeited for the purpose of the contest (but may still be added to the GWiP site). In the event that the 50,000th or other winning photos are not authentic/verifiable, the prize will be given to the next approved submission. 8. Minimum age of entry is 18 years old. 9. A winner will be announced after we’ve published the 50,000th photo

And there you have it, boys! Now pull out those iPhones, open the camera app and start snapping! You never know which photo could net you a brand new iPad 2!


It’s Time To Put Your Wii Away

Well, it looks as though Nintendo is going to be the only major gaming company to release a new system next year. And quite frankly, given the Playstation 3 fiasco, they couldn't have picked a better time to go unchallenged. My only hope is that a photo-realistic Legend of Zelda game will be in the works.

To whom it may concern:

Re: Wii’s successor system

Nintendo Co., Ltd. has decided to launch in 2012 a system to succeed Wii, which the company has sold 86.01 million units on a consolidated shipment basis between its launch in 2006 and the end of March 2011.

We will show a playable model of the new system and announce more specifications at the E3 Expo, which will be held June 7-9, 2011, in Los Angeles.

Sales of this new system have not been included in the financial forecasts announced today for the fiscal term ending March 2012.

Source: The Tanooki

Sony Can Haz Your Forgiveness?

[Edit. Note: I am no fan of the Playstation 3, and as such, you'll notice a decidedly  biased slant to the following article.] So, you know how Playstation 3 and parent company Sony royally fucked everyone in the ass with their latest security breach? Oh, sure, they didn't mean for it to happen. And sure, they feel soooo super bad about what happened. But the fact remains that this breach is the largest of it's kind for any major home gaming console. I've had a relationship with Sony that can be described as cool at best. Their decision to follow up their wildly popular and successful – and more importantly reasonably priced – Playstation 2 with a hunk of machinery that was out of the price range of the majority of gamers has never set well with me. Gaming systems are always over-priced in comparison to other forms of entertainment, but this glaring slap in the face to the consumer stopped my interest in Sony's machine dead in it's tracks. While this may sound like some sort of classist lament, it's really not. Sony did eventually release a comparatively priced system to rival the XBox 360's $400 price point. But again, the 360 was at what I would consider the limit of reasonably priced systems. Then here's Sony, touting their upgraded-memory system at a cool $600. Utter shite. So, given that they effectively shit upon the chest of the American gaming consumer, surely they've since done everything in their power to rectify that misstep? Surely. What have they done since then? By my observation, not much at all. They finally released the pared down Playstation 3 Slim a mere 3 years after the original. In other words, they cut out all of the unnecessary hardware and dropped the price to the level it should've been all along. Oh, and the Playstation Network is free, so that's quaint. You don't have to have a paid membership to play games against your friends via internet connection. Of course there was that jailbreak hack that Sony had to go to the courts over, since they can't police their own networks. Please mummy, tell these bad men to stop hacking our software! So then comes this latest faux pas in Sony's Playstation security system. The day the service went down, no one seemed to know what happened and no explanation was being offered. Then days – yes DAYS – afterward Sony comes out and says, "hey guys, sorry PSN's been down but we're working on it, oh and your user information, including credit card numbers, probably definitely got stolen." Now I'm sure they had to consult with their lawyers before making a statement, but given the experience the PS3 has getting hacked, one would think there would be a team of lawyers on standby for just such an occasion. Legalities aside, that three days of silence following the outage leaving your consumer base in the dark creates a certain type of perception, and shoo lord it is NOT a good one. As I was describing the situation to someone last week, it's as if Sony is the petulant child who broke mommy's vase and promptly swept the vase under the couch, in hopes that the whole mess would just go away. Out of sight, out of mind. But I digress. Sony is attempting to make things right! You heard me! So what great deal do they have in store for you affected loyal customers!? Why... as it turns out, not much. A free month of Playstation Plus. Yeah. That's it. From CNN:

Once the PlayStation Network is restored online, users will have to change their account passwords before being able to log into the service. The update will require users to change their passwords on the PS3 on which the account was activated, or through e-mail validation.

To thank customers for their patience and loyalty, Sony announced it would offer PlayStation Network users 30 days free membership in the PlayStation Plus service, which provides access to exclusive games and beta trials for games.

The Playstation 3 is a technically superior machine to it's two closest competitors, there's no debate. It's just a shame that it's parent company employs a bumbling decision-making corps for what should be their best selling product. At this point, I don't think I even want that white PS3 anymore, even if someone gave it to me. Source: CNN.

His Wii is practically hanging out of his shorts

Gamer buds wear short shorts. I mean i can practically see his real-life Wii. Giggity.  


Vanity Plates

If only there were a state that allowed for more than the typical 6-7 characters on a vanity plate, I might commission a few NRDJZZLVR plates for some of you contiguous readers.  

  squeeezers, queeroweirdo: Jizz Lover.

Guys With iPhones in Public Bathrooms

Nothing better than some attractive gentlemen strutting their stuff in a publicly shared bathroom. I'll kick off this small series with possibly the most attractive, hardest working gay-for-pay performer in the business, Marcus Mojo (formerly Landon Mycles.)

Augmenting Your 3DS Reality

Now this is exactly the kind of thing that will keep me occupied on day one when I get my 3DS. (It launches on Sunday, by the way.) Via Engadget.