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Apr 13, 2011 | 11:54 AM EDT
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Author Comments

Fernando's back with another dangerously erotic musical romp designed to impregnate your ears with his web seed.

At first he was concerned that singing about his hideously erogenous way of life would influence the more impressionable among his slavering fans to follow in his footsteps, but over time he became confident that it will be obvious upon first viewing that there can only be one Manwhore and that his is a hard life filled with beautiful women, loose bags of change and vast quantities of yoghurt.

Even though Fernando is a man of legendary skill and ability, he could not have made this film without the help of a Newgrounds sponsorship, so thankyou Newgrounds from the bottom of my manheart.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


An anthem for us Manwhores, i salute you

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Sexual-Lobster responds:

strength, brother.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another hit!

Perfect rhyme, perfect rhythm, another amazing hit from Fernando the Manwhore. 5/5 10/10

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Horse Approved



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You're European, Aren't You?

Aside from all the sexual notions, the steering wheel is on the right.

Oh, and the video. Amazing. I like how it loops to the beginning almost seamlessly.

Sexual-Lobster responds:

if bond films have taught me anything, its that if you are going to drive a fast car around a winding mountain road and there's a beautiful woman involved, europe is the place. also, i'm australian.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mind Blowing

I love all your work, especially those featuring long interactions between Gooseman and Fernando; perhaps even with herb or the blond dude thrown in. It was oh so filled with organ porning, drug loving, awesome. Not that your quality of work has gone down, just those oldies are my favorites.

Iv never seen anyone as good as you at ambiguous explanations, such as in Too Many Drugs: "Nobody escaped without a papercut, there were sporks and complementary napkins everywhere". Moar psychedelics

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Sexual-Lobster responds:

thanks toadmario! i tend to prefer more action these days, but i was thinking of doing some more dialogue driven films like i used to, perhaps with limited animation so i don't go mad.