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I noticed Catherine the Great was trending on Google today. It was mentioned on The Big Band Theory last night that Catherine the Great had participated in a particularly creative form of bestiality. Wow America! Is this really where we’re getting our history lessons now?
Allow me to break this one down for you. The rumor is that Catherine the Great, or Cathy Horsey Humper, died when her servants lost their hold on ropes, while lowering a horse on her for sexual purposes. Rumor is Cathy had a penchant for horse dong. Doubtful, but a fun story none the less.
The truth about Catherine the Great’s death is still fairly humorous. Not horse humping shocking, just a little funny. She died of a stroke while sitting on the toilet in the palace at St. Petersburg. That is the absolutely truth about her death.
However, some say she was so obese that she broke the toilet, was injured and died of blood loss. This is considered a rumor, but one that could be true given the location is the same and Catherine the Great was very overweight. The only proven account of her death was that she suffered a stroke while using the john.
The horse rumors came about because Catherine the Great used her handmaidens to test “studs” for her. Not horses! Nope. Beefy man cake, that’s what Cathy liked and lots of it. She would have her handmaidens test a man and if he was any good, she’d bed him. She kept a harem of men for her sexual purposes and because they were referred to as, “studs,” the rumor came about that she died in a freak horse humping accident.
Just curious but has anyone seen horses and people…err together? I don’t think they would use a system of pulleys to lower the horse down on the person, but maybe they do. Answers please, without too much detail are helpful.
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