Calling Rocco

A gay porn studio has sparked a furious backlash over a film that shows a man performing a sex act using a didgeridoo.
The explicit movie has been branded ‘racist’ and ‘incredibly disrespectful to the Australian aboriginal community’ for its portrayal of the wind instrument as a sex toy.
The adult film – titled ‘Didgeridoo Me’ – shows a sleeping man being woken up by his partner loudly playing the long pipe.

He then attempts to gets his revenge by grabbing the five-foot instrument and attempting to use it in a sex act.

Now Rolf’s out do you think he would go for the sequel?

34 comments on “Calling Rocco

  1. “It has sparked a furious backlash online after clips of the film spread with one Twitter user saying: ‘Wow, porn actually managed to cross a line.‘”

    Is it me, or…?

  2. While this is something I would like to see done to Snippa, the only talents prepared to work with him would refuse to perform such an act upon him. Even my hyperactive donkey friend.

  3. Personally I think it is outrageous that the Australians have culturally appropriated the word didgeridoo from the Irish/Scots

    (possibly from Irish or Scots Gaelic dúdaire dubh or dúdaire dúth [both /d̪u:d̪ɪrɪ d̪u:/] “black piper” or “native piper”)

  4. Rolf’s not the man he was these days, and even in his prime he needed help with restraining the marsupials.

  5. True, Ducky, but don’t forget Jake the Peg – that extra leg could play a prominent role. (“Can you see what it is yet?”)

  6. I’m just thankful they didn’t make a lesbian film with that $1300 Chanel boomerang.

    Really, so thankful…

    I’ll be in my bunk.

  7. What about those films where some enterprising young ladies make innovative use of flutes? Aren’t they disrespecting classical European culture? (Answer: yes, but it’s porn.)

  8. Presumably it would be ok if it was an Aboriginal-owned gay porn studio with Aboriginal porn stars. In the same way that African-Americans are allowed to use the N-word.

  9. He then attempts to gets his revenge by grabbing the five-foot instrument and attempting to use it in a sex act.

    Attempted? I should think so. It was five feet long!

  10. i expect it hasn’t “provoked a furious backlash”. A few bushy-bearded pipe armed manginas squeaked in indignation on Twitter and that’s it.

    Of course, the studio has got all the publicity it wanted, and more. I expect at least a thousand or so furtive orders from Daily Mail readers alone.

  11. Tel – “What about those films where some enterprising young ladies make innovative use of flutes? Aren’t they disrespecting classical European culture? (Answer: yes, but it’s porn.)”

    American Pie? The delectable, within reason, Alyson Hannigan?

  12. I think I found the soundtrack

    Play your didgeridoo, Blue
    Play your didgeridoo
    Ah, like, keep playin’ ’til I shoot thru, Blue
    Play your didgeridoo

  13. “American Pie? The delectable, within reason, Alyson Hannigan?”

    Haven’t seen it. I’m talking about real porn.

  14. ‘The production team was criticised because the role of a character who had been African-American in the original script was given to a white actor.’

    You couldn’t make this stuff up.

    Agreed, Rob.

    ‘The explicit movie has been branded ‘racist’ and ‘incredibly disrespectful to the Australian aboriginal community’ for its portrayal of the wind instrument as a sex toy.’

    Branded by the White Left.

  15. That was my life about 17 years ago. Lived with a good mate who unfortunately had a habit of playing the digeredoo all fucking night. I would have shoved it up his arse but unfortunately he was built like a brick shithouse and hard as fuck (which is usually a good mate to have).

    I used to call it the digerio don’t.

  16. On a separate note I used to argue with my lefty mates that the digeriedoo was a piece of shit primitive instrument and if they wanted to play an instrument learn the fucking piano or something. They called me racist.

    Now those fuckers are appropriating culture lol.

  17. Of course the reason they ‘learned’ the ‘dige’ was because they could play it like a pro with a week of drunken fucking around and a real instrument would take several years of real practice.

    But it’s racist to point that out.

  18. This is why he wanted you to tie his kangaroo down, sport.

    PinkNews injects a bit of meat to this story:

    Indigenous Australian campaigner Nathan Appo tweeted: “The didgeridoo is a spiritual instrument our people have been using for thousands of years to tell stories about the dreamtime. Let’s hope they apologise publicly and give the didgeridoo the respect it deserves.”

    No harm to the Abos, who – despite evil genetic fascist James Watson being completely wrong – look a bit like the Variety Club offspring of Nyform trolls and racist cartoons from the 30’s. I’m not saying they’re ugly, but a dingo once found an aboriginal baby and said “nah you’re alright mate”.

    After 50,000 years of living in Australia the crowning glory of our Aboriginal equals’ technology was… the stick.

    So I can understand their annoyance when bigots don’t give their stick-based scientific achievements the respect they deserve.

    But what would they rather see shoved up a gay man’s woozawong? A harpsichord? A grand piano? The Electric Light Orchestra?

    It’s an ethical pickle.

  19. But what would they rather see shoved up a gay man’s woozawong? A harpsichord? A grand piano? The Electric Light Orchestra?

    As someone who suffered through their heyday, I vote ELO.

  20. “Indigenous Australian campaigner Nathan Appo tweeted: “The didgeridoo is a spiritual instrument our people have been using for thousands of years to tell stories about the dreamtime. Let’s hope they apologise publicly and give the didgeridoo the respect it deserves.””

    Oh the irony. 50 years ago, people thought you were wrong for defying an ancient belief by buggering another man. Now you can’t say that, but you’re wrong for defying another load of made-up woo.

    “Dreamtime”. FFS whenever I read that crap I think of the aborigine in Crocodile Dundee.

    “Oh no, you can’t take my photograph.”
    “Oh, I’m sorry, you believe it will take your spirit away?”
    “No, you got a lens-cap on.”

  21. “The didgeridoo is a spiritual instrument our people have been using for thousands of years to tell stories about the dreamtime.”

    What kind of stories can you tell in 4 fvcking notes? At least the Polynesians have 12 characters in their alphabet.

    Okay, I’ll give the punchline:

    “Aboriginal stories.”

  22. Reminds me of the time I was staying in my mother in law’s place, opposite a now defunct bar. Late at night, 2am or so, some bastard starts up with a didgeridoo in the street. I go out after trying unsuccessfully to remain calm and snatch it from the bastard’s hands and wave it in a semi-threatening way whilst telling said bastard that he should be so fucking anti-social. The instrument is for dreadlocked morons who can’t be bothered to learn a proper instrument, or aborigines. This muppet was the former. Given I was in a Romania at the time I was quite pleased with my language skills under pressure. My Anglo-Saxon appeared to work quite well….

    Had another run in there with a DYKWIA type another trip who insisted on a gypsy band playing for him outside at 1am. When, having walked across the road to tell them to shut up I was asked DYKWIA I replied “Yes, you are a man with no manners”. He was rather deflated when his friends started laughing.

    Bars and arses are found together. Now I have managed to get back in topic I withdraw.

  23. Well, 4 notes gives 256 combinations​ for each group of 4 notes. But I can’t be arsed ‘cos it’s a godawful noise.

  24. Well, 4 notes gives 256 combinations​ for each group of 4 notes. But I can’t be arsed ‘cos it’s a godawful noise.

    Worse or the same as bagpipes? Tough one that.

  25. If Rocco’s new opus requires Two Little Boys then Rolf will probably find himself back in chokey.

  26. It is odd.

    Someone must have watched it (I haven’t read the source). That person was alarmed. He (I’m assuming a he) told someone, and at some stage it got to an ‘official’ who could claim feign disgust.

    I mean, who managed to click on ‘didgeridoo sex’?

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