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Friday, May 20, 2011

Take the Best G-Rated Cock Ride This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, May 20, 2011 at 2:00 PM

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It's Friday, and judging by the last five days, who knows what the weather will bring this weekend. But while tossing around some ideas of what to do this weekend, we came across one idea that seems like something every San Franciscan -- young and old -- should try:

The G-rated cock ride!

Aside from the fact that it's something new and something kinda different, here is why we think it's the best G-rated cock ride in the city:

You can admire the artwork at the de Young Museum, but you sure can't

ride it. Built in 1914, the carrousel in Golden Gate Park made the

rounds at the World's Fair on Treasure Island before settling in as the

park's interactive artistic masterpiece in 1940.

The whimsical animals

double as works of art -- an exotic Bengal tiger with a mermaid-adorned

saddle, a roaring dragon with a seahorse tail, a ram rearing on its back

legs, a flaming rooster. The carrousel starts whirling on Memorial Day

and keeps spinning round like a record until Labor Day.

Kids under six

ride free; kids 6 to 12 pay $1; the young at heart pay $2. The cheap

thrills in life are the ones you'll remember.

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Erin Sherbert

Erin Sherbert

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.

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