Some months ago, titillating news of a Brady Bunch porn led us to indulge our wildest combined-'70s-sitcom-family fantasies, as we shamefully revealed for you the most outrageous Brady-on-Brady coupling our filthy minds could conjure: Jan taking out years of frustration on her more popular sister with one sweaty, unhinged hate-fuck. Were we only to know just how close to the truth we were:
We rely on our cousins at Fleshbot, the blog in the brown paper bag, for all the latest in the adult entertainment industry, but rarely have we been so titillated by a Hollywood-inspired hardcore release than we are with Not The Bradys XXX, an Aristocrats-take on everyone's favorite Valley-dwelling step-family.
The lawsuit Wal-Mart filed against its former marketing exec Julie Roehm reads like a juicy novel. Like a V.C. Andrews novel, kinda! After the jump, a highlight of the email correspondence between Roehm and her alleged secret lovah, fellow employee Sean Womack, who, according to the suit, "frequently referred, and continues to refer, to Roehm as the 'big sister [he] never had.'"
See that bedroom that's bigger than your studio, peon? It's never been used by its inhabitant, 5-year-old Harrison Costello. He prefers to cuddle up to his parents at night. Creepy? Well, not as creepy as the fact that a consultancy called Soho Parenting exists to address this very issue. Creepier still: Harrison's mom, Domino style director
Susie Sara Costello, says that "her family's bed-hopping is 'tough on relations—I'm not going to lie.'" We'll leave the quasi-incest aside here, because we want to kiss up to Susie Sara: So, if Harrison's not using it, can we move in?