Schadenfreude friday: dropping loads for Jesus edition

This week, I’m taking pleasure in the misfortune of Mr. Nick Manning! In case you don’t know who he is (I didn’t), he is THE adult film star who coined the phrase dropping loads.

Obviously, NSFW:

He also recently found Jesus, but he’s been relentlessly persecuted for his beliefs, namely the belief that you can obediently follow the teachings of Christ AND make a living by dropping loads.


Good Christians have been rationalizing racism, misogyny and homophobia since the dawn of 0 BC, so why not porn? Furthermore, Nick Manning is not responsible for all the sin and lust of mankind. Don’t hate the player, hate the game!


If you must hate someone, hate Don Draper.

And there are plenty of examples of pornography and prostitution in the Bible: Genesis, Ezekiel, Esther, 1 Kings, Hosea. You might say there are loads of them!


This is almost eloquent.

Here’s the thing. I’m not against porn or even prostitution. If people (of consensual age and species) want to do sex with each other for money, that’s their choice. I don’t have any vested interest in judging them. And I’m not even offended by the idea that Jesus might endorse that kind of thing. BUT YOU DON’T GET TO WHINE ABOUT HOW NOBODY UNDERSTANDS YOU.


Ever had sex for money? It’s okay, this is a safe place!

for MR and AR.


13 thoughts on “Schadenfreude friday: dropping loads for Jesus edition

  1. Jesus still loves me
    dropping loads on my bible.
    Hail the money shot.

    Nick likes to drop loads
    and follow the teachings of
    Christ – Juice for Jesus.

    A bit of a stretch but in haiku form nonetheless.

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