Multiple studies have shown that 70% of men given the Priapus
Shot[R] have seen a half-inch or more increase in penis size, and 95% an improvement in firmness of erection.
Arousing his inquisitive young readers with the promise of something scandalous, Swinburne sends them to trace an allusion to Priapus
(and his magnificent member), only to leave them with an "anomalous gap" from which, with a little bit of research, they would discover that the garden-god had been officially excised thirty-seven years before "Dolores" (and several years before they) had seen the light of day.
That Michelangelo supposedly wanted to draw the imaginary marble Priapus
in order to "use it in the Chapel" suggests the earlier year.
He proceeds to ramble through parks where old men, "worn out by bronchitis and worry," play cards under ancient towering palms, and drops by the little-known Fronteira Palace to view the murals of strange anthropoid animals that surround a marble Priapus
, monument to an eighteenth-century French Don Juan castrated by the only one of his victims whom he truly loved.
By the same token, Encolpius's encounter with Circe makes him a second Odysseus, reduced to an anti-hero afflicted by Priapus
Rose, his Pater-like character in The New Republic, offer 30 [pounds sterling] for Laurence's uncle's copy of Cultes Secrets des Dames Romaines (Monumens du culte secret des dames romaines), an obscene collection of drawings celebrating the worship of Priapus
by Roman women, created, with commentary, by Pierre F.
Knight's belief in the perfection of ancient Greek morality and taste, until corrupted by the pernicious influence of Christianity, lay behind his Discourse on the Worship of Priapus
(1786), an extraordinary study of the survival of phallic worship in the contemporary Catholic church.
44) Furthermore, erotic imagery, such as the large-phallused Priapus
, prompted censorship of some copies, apparently within the shop itself.
A few queries: in `Soutis, loyaus, jolts, et sanz amer' (Prologue 22), loyaus must mean literally `loyal in sentiment' rather than `conventional'; bien, as in `bien plaisanment'(Prologue 49), should be translated throughout as `most', `very', rather than `quite'; muguet (Vergier 182) in English is `lily of the valley'; `puncture' is not the most elegant translation for pointure (Vergier 538); the `exalted goods' might be improved upon for baus biens amoureus (Vergier T 110); `wan' might be preferred to `discolored' to translate feint (Fonteinne 1614); when Priapus
sa robe lieve et reverche (Fonteinne 1676), he surely `lifted and turned back his robe' rasher than `lifted .
The name Prius is only two letters removed from Priapus
, the Greco-Roman god of the erect phallus.
To that end, the clinic is now offering the Priapus
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iam illic repositorium cum placentis aliquot erat positum, quod medium Priapus
a pistore factus tenebat, gremioque satis amplo omnis generis poma et uvas sustinebat more vulgato.