Did This U.S. Representative Register A Dirty Porn Sounding URL?

Politics and sex go together like peanut butter and jelly and we’d rather not explore that analogy any further than is absolutely necessary. The alleged exploits of U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold from Texas, however, achieves a new high in low since he’s accused of registering a very sexual sounding URL address. 

Glad to see “Booger” from Revenge Of The Nerds is keeping busy.

Buzzfeed did some digging on the gap-toothed House member and discovered that the URL “blow-me.org” was registered in his name. If you do a “Whois” search on URL registration website, you’ll learn that it’s still in his name along with his company Farenthold Consulting, his web design firm. Of course, when reporters reached out to the Representative’s office for comment, a spokesperson assured them that they would not be renewing the domain name. 

It’s entirely possible that his company just bought the domain name as part of a package deal or by accident since computer consulting companies buy URLs all the time for clients or as a way to scoop up some extra money by selling them to a higher bidder. However, this isn’t Farenthold’s first sex scandal. 

We’re less upset that we know that Farenthold has been hanging out with sexy ladies and more upset that we know that he owns a pair of plus-size footie pajamas. 

It all started back in 2010 when photos surfaced of the Congressmen posing for pictures with lingerie models at what appeared to be a grownup pajama party. He’s also recently been hit with a sexual harassment suit from a former spokeswoman who claimed that he openly talked about his “sexual fantasies” and “wet dreams” about her and other sexual experiences. Ok, can we sue him as well, because we’re officially creeped out now? 

Source: The Washington Post