Thursday, October 31, 2013

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The Devil In Miss Norma

This Halloween, Miss Normadesmond will be showing up at your house.


Will you be ready for her?

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Have a Nice Day, Bitches

Something has come up but Mistress MJ will return on Tuesday. In the meantime...

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Friday, October 25, 2013

Filthy Friday

Yesterday, you witnessed for yourselves how difficult it is for Mistress MJ to find skilled houseboys.

Let's see if they're any better at ironing than at Hoovering...

As usual, click to enlarge the photo.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Suck It Up

When I asked one of the Houseboys to do the housework and to "suck it up," this is NOT what I meant...


Blog Advice Wanted

Mistress MJ wants your advice, Bitches.

I'm helping "a friend" create a blog.


As you know, I'm no technical wizard so this is rather like the blind leading the blind.

He wants to create a blog to showcase his photographs and he wants to use BLOGGER.

My question to you Bitches is this:

What template can he use so that his photographs appear LARGE?

As you know, on my blog, you often have to click on a photo to enlarge it. That's because if I use the "original size" button or even the "X-Large" option under "Choose a layout," part of the photo isn't visible, possibly(?) because the margins of my blog aren't wide enough to accommodate a big photo. Honestly, I don't know why. Anyhoo...

I'll give you an idea of what we're looking for. Have a look at the photos on this post, created by our Princess. They're big, bold and beautiful...much like Prinny herself! That's the look we're going for.

Can you help a Bitch out with suggestions?


Note: He will be loading the photos to his Blogspot blog from his personal computer and doesn't want to use a photo storing/image hosting programme such as Photobucket, etc. And he's not  interested in Tumblr or any option other than Blogger. He simply wants BIG photos on a Blogspot blog.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A Couple of Queens

Norma and Her Majesty...

Separated at birth?

Monday, October 21, 2013

Peenee's Park 'n' Pitstop

Back in September, Mr. Peenee left a comment here on Infomaniac, saying, "I want to run a trailer park, some place for all the Infomaniac tramps to call home. I would name it Peenee's Park n' Pitstop."

Bitches, Mr. Peenee's wish has been granted...

(Click photo to enlarge)
[photo via]

Note that Peenee's Park 'n' Pitstop is not associated with the Infomaniac Trailer Park.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Amuse Yourselves, Bitches

Mistress MJ is away for the day. Please amuse yourselves in her absence...


Friday, October 18, 2013

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Ladies Who Lunch

The table is set for lunch. Here we see Princess, Norma, Cookie...

and Peenee...

The ladies are looking toward the door. Well, all except for Princess who seems lost in thought.

What's going on here?

Ménage à Trois of the Month


Tuesday, October 15, 2013

For Your Protection


Infomaniac: ventilated and disinfected every day, for your protection.


Monday, October 14, 2013

Dishwasher Fungus


How do you wash your dishes? Choose one of the following answers:

1. Dishwasher.
2. By hand.
3. I throw them out the window when they're dirty; a trick I learned from Lisa Douglas on Green Acres...

If you answered "#1. Dishwasher," be warned. Your dishwasher may be trying to kill you.

This is old news to those of you who read "Fungal Biology" but for the rest of you, be aware that studies have found that dishwashers are the perfect host for extremotolerant fungi, which includes black yeast, a type of yeast potentially dangerous to human health. The fungi are tolerant to heat, detergents and salt, allowing them to thrive and grow in the dishwasher environment -- especially on the rubber band of dishwasher doors.

Black yeast can cause disease in both healthy and compromised immune systems. If inhaled, these fungi can colonize the lungs and cause infections that can be difficult to treat. People who are taking antibiotics and those with poor immune systems, diabetes, and cystic fibrosis are at greater risk of lung and skin infections caused by the fungi.

What can you do to banish fungi from your dishwasher?

Follow these steps, as found here:

Baking soda, vinegar, and bleach may help to kill mold, mildew, and fungi growing on the inside surfaces of your dishwasher. This cleaning regimen should be done once per month to prevent fungi from taking hold.

Start by removing all racks and washing them by hand in hot soapy water. Use a soapy sponge to wipe down the dishwasher's interior surfaces and around the rubber door seal. Let everything air dry thoroughly.

Combine a half cup of white vinegar with 2 cups of hot water in a spray bottle. Spray all surfaces thoroughly and scrub with an old toothbrush around the crevices and seal. Use a scrub brush for large surfaces.

Put the racks back into the dishwasher. Fill a small glass bowl with vinegar and place it on the top rack. Run the washer on the hottest setting. Sprinkle 1 cup of baking soda on the dishwasher floor and run the machine a second time on high heat.

Finish by running the washer with a commercial dishwasher cleaner, followed by hand cleaning all surfaces with a four-to-one mixture of hot water and bleach.


This all seems like rather a lot of bother, doesn't it?

Mistress MJ advises you to give this task to your houseboys.

NOTE: Mistress MJ is in the habit of cleaning her dishwasher on a monthly basis as a matter of hygiene and to keep it smelling fresh. However, I had no idea there is an actual FUNGUS capable of thriving in the dishwasher! Nonetheless, dishwasher fungus is the least of my worries at the moment so unless I see THIS winking at me...

dishwasher fungus "Exophiala dermatitidis"...also found in washing machines

...I'll be on the fainting chaise with a cocktail.

Thanksgiving Day

It's Thanksgiving Day here in Canada and Mistress MJ gives thanks for Bitches like you...

Thanks to every one of you wacky Bitches for making Infomaniac what it is today...whatever THAT is.

You're what make this blog.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Talking Turkey

It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada.

Why I won’t be purchasing a turkey to cook on Thanksgiving Day…

…especially (don’t click on the link if you’re sensitive, like me, to animal cruelty) a Butterball turkey.

Recently, I was watching a television programme where a turkey farmer was being interviewed. In the background, a “tom” (male turkey) was fidgeting about. The interviewer asked, “What is that turkey doing?” to which the farmer replied, “He’s masturbating.”

The fact that a turkey was frantically masturbating on national television and this event was treated like it was nothing unusual, gave me pause for thought. (And I know what you’re thinking. A masturbating turkey sounds rather amusing but I was not laughing.)

Because suddenly it hit me why the turkey was masturbating.

Today’s “super turkeys” (also known as the “Broad Breasted White”); the kind most often found in your supermarket, are bred on overcrowded factory farms for maximum breast size. Because of their over-sized breasts, the toms are too heavy to mate naturally with the hens. The hens must be artificially inseminated. It’s a traumatic experience for both males and females. So is it any wonder that the turkey on TV was masturbating?

Call me old-fashioned but in my opinion, this isn’t right.

The hens are never in contact with their chicks. As a result, the chicks don’t learn survival skills based on behavioural clues from their mothers, not to mention that hen and chick are deprived of maternal bonding.

Above: How it should be.

Turkeys not forced to live on factory farms “spend their days caring for their young, building nests, foraging for food, taking dust baths, preening themselves, and roosting high in trees.” These simple, natural pleasures are denied the factory farm turkeys.

Oh, and did I mention that due to their large size, factory farm turkeys can’t run or fly? Wild turkeys can fly at speeds up to 55 miles an hour and run 18 miles an hour. Factory farm turkeys don’t run; they waddle.

The turkeys our ancestors raised or purchased, known today as “heritage turkeys,” have become rare breeds although there are efforts underway to increase their numbers.

I'm not insisting that we all become vegetarians but the manner in which the food industry operates must be challenged and changed.

So if you do eat turkey, perhaps you’ll consider purchasing a local, organic, small farm-raised turkey, or a heritage turkey instead. Even if the issue of ethical turkey farming isn’t important to you, you’ll notice an improvement in the flavor.

Friday, October 11, 2013

The Key to the Closet Door

"Some men drink to drown their sorrows, others to hide their fears. For a great many latent gays, alcohol holds the key to the closet door."

Does this...

[via Zenfancy]

Lead to this?...

[via Zenfancy]

If so, you may be a latent homosexual with a drinking problem...

"Latent homosexuals often require the excuse of "being drunk" before they are able to give in to their true sexual desires."

"As a bachelor and a construction foreman, George enjoyed a well-paying job and ample opportunity to engage in all the heterosexual activities he could want or need."


"The fact that he seemed to drink excessively was attributed to the stereotype of the hard-drinking construction worker and to his own admission that he liked "getting drunk with the boys.""

So why not join the Infomaniac Drinking Team...


... and get drunk with the boys!

The Infomaniac Drinking Team: Here for you, whatever the season, whatever the reason.

Anouk Aïata

We here at Infomaniac enjoy listening to the songs of Parisienne chanteuse, Anouk Aïata.

Anouk cites a few of her influences as Ella Fitzgerald, Barbra Streisand, and Dalida.

Combining jazz, folk, and gypsy rhythms, her music is the perfect tonic after a long day of all work and no play.

Listen for yourself as she sings, accompanied by cellist Amos Mâh, “Pourquoi regardes-tu la lune?” (Why Are You Looking At The Moon?); a song about a woman who catches her lover staring wistfully at the moon…

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Beat the Clock

It's time someone got off their arse and posted something new around here, isn't it?

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Small Cock

We here at Infomaniac hope to be up and running again soon. In the meantime, here's a small cock...


Close-up in case you didn't notice it the first time...