Put Your Manhood Where Your Mouth Is

Written by | The Lens

New Zealand is a magical place full of Hobbits, pragmatic pandemic protocols, and ravenous hunks aplenty. Just one look at the Maori men who populate the exotic (and erotic) island nation makes us want to tattoo ourselves with declarations of love for these Kiwi cuties.

One television series has been generous enough to broadcast the broad shoulders of New Zealand’s most scrumptious bachelors. Game of Bros pits a squad of adventurous studs against each another to vie for the affections of two feisty female comedians, Goretti Chadwick and Anapela Polataivao.

The show has been running for three seasons, but it’s a clip from the inaugural run that recently caught one particular TikTok influencer’s eye. @jelayneshelton literally dropped her jaw when she first witnessed the papaya-eating contest from Season 1, Episode 4.


#greenscreenvideo I AM A PAPAYA! Poly Boys are welcomed🙌🏼😂 @lereveboutique #papaya #polyboys #goodnight

♬ original sound – jelayneshelton

The Game of Bros contestants were ordered to extract the seeds from a buffet of papayas without using their hands. The men obediently bent over, undulated their tongues, and went to town on those fortunate fruits.

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Fast forward to the here and now. As she watches the clip, our TikTok emcee declares, “Oh my goodness, I’ve never wanted to be a papaya so bad!” When one of her children approaches off-camera, @jelayneshelton shushes them and announces, “Mama’s trying to find you a new daddy.”

The TikTok video is hilarious, but it also serves as a valuable public service announcement. @jelayneshelton has reminded us that the world is our oyster just waiting to get shucked. Hot dudes simmer in every corner of the globe, and it is our deviant duty to stalk them down and sex them up. But it’s not just what’s under the men’s piupius that counts… they can also please us with their mouths.

Oh, those manly mouths, slurping and spitting as quickly as they are loaded with spicy seeds. But enough with our “subtle” innuendo; feast your eyes on the cunning linguists themselves by watching the video below. Bon appétit!

Photo: Facebook @TikiProdGOB


Last modified: November 11, 2020