The Princess Has Come of Age box coverIn a far away galaxy a princess, as soon as she comes of age has to choose a husband. Five princes coming from nearby planets have gathered together to the princess castle, but only he who will be able to satisfy all her sexual desires will marry her. Five nights of pleasure and lust are awaiting the princess…The challenge begins.

The above quote is the leader that opens surprise porn smash hit The Princess Has Come Of Age. With that in mind, you get the picture, except that at least two of the princes look like princesses, but that’s really not important. Following on from my recent post about the virtues of pixel sex, somebody, I shall mention no names though they could be described as being rather “deviant,” somebody thought it would be fun if I were to review one of the most popular movies on the HotMovies.com site, that just happens to be animated! With princesses, horny aliens, and robots and stuff, at first glance The Princess  could appear a bit weird. Ok, it is weird, but it’s “good weird,” trust me!

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Maxim released their 12 Sexiest Bots! I have to say that I was pretty surprised that Cameron from (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) came in 12th place- She’s pretty hot.

See who the other Maxim’s 11 Sexiest Bots are!

Maxim released their 12 Sexiest Bots! I have to say that I was pretty surprised that Cameron from (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) came in 12th place- She’s pretty hot.

See who the other Maxim’s 11 Sexiest Bots are!

Maxim released their 12 Sexiest Bots! I have to say that I was pretty surprised that Cameron from (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) came in 12th place- She’s pretty hot.

See who the other Maxim’s 11 Sexiest Bots are!

Ever wonder what the evolutionary advantages of placenta are? Too bad.

[Scientists] found that the placenta develops in two distinct stages. In the first stage, which runs from the beginning of pregnancy through mid-gestation, the placental cells primarily activate genes that mammals have in common with birds and reptiles. This suggests that the placenta initially evolved through repurposing genes the early mammals inherited from their immediate ancestors when they arose more than 120 million years ago.

In the second stage, cells of the mammalian placenta switch to a new wave of species-specific genes. Mice activate newly evolved mouse genes and humans activate human genes.

Baker said these findings are particularly interesting given that cloned mice are at high risk of dying soon after the placenta’s genetic transition takes place. “There’s obviously a huge regulatory change that takes place,” she said. What’s surprising is that despite the dramatic shift taking place in the placenta, the tissue doesn’t change in appearance.

The real news here is that evil clones aren’t as indestructible as the Sci-Fi channel might have you believe. No word on robot after birth or if it presents the same weaknesses.

Source: Stanford