22 Nov 2010
The obligatory 'setting up' shot
In all its sexy splendour: the TerrorBull stand
Check out our shiny-new, framed press montage
We found our stand worked too well - the colours kept attracting people who would approach just like this gentleman: head first; feet back, ready to make a quick escape
The RSPB were our partners-in-irrelevance!
The view from the main entrance. Nice architecture.
These giant inflatable legs were pretty cool and started off spread open, leading the way to the bar. Within hours though, they had drifted shut and looked for the rest of the show like a giant in desperate need of the toilet
These inflatable legs were even less successful. Everyone commented on their gruesome appearance. Particularly unfortunate was the use of red to add detail to the 'lace' as it just looked like blood or swollen vei
This dildo chandelier was actually pretty cool
We were passed this secret note from a woman so horny that she was unable to concentrate on her spelling.
By the second day, we decided to inject our own brand of sexiness into the proceedings and tried a spot of pole dancing at our stand. Tom goes for a 'Sound of Music' vibe ...
... while Andy S thinks he's auditioning for the latest boy band
Andy S sporting a special Erotica UK edition of our balaclava with a zip: the Gimpaclava
We collared this passing gimp to pose with us
Losing your contact lens whilst dressed as a rubber cat is a nightmare. (incidentally, this cat seemed a little roleplay-confused since it would happily have its belly rubbed and would also fetch thrown bones - how many cats do this?)
We employed a mistress of our own
And to finish: ART!