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One Man's Naked Polaroid, Another Man's Treasure

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Ever take dirty Polaroids of your wife? Maybe wrote a pornographic love note to your boyfriend? Doodle a penis bouquet on a cocktail napkin?

Ever wanted to get your hands on any of the above and enjoy a voyeuristic snapshot into somebody else’s sex life?

If your answer to any of these questions was yes, you might be interested in checking out the DIRTY FOUND Outreach Program.

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Taking place this Friday, April 27th at the Steve Allen Theatre on Hollywood Blvd., the DIRTY FOUND Outreach Program is a celebration of nasty castaways in the form of anything from love letters and sex toy shopping lists to nudie pics and deviant doodlings.

DIRTY FOUND is a filthy spin-off of its cleaner, less bawdy big sister, FOUND Magazine.

If you’ve never spent 40 minutes of your lunchtime perusing the online magazine, FOUND…you are missing out. It’s a landmine of random FOUND items sent in from all over the country. Children’s love notes picked up on playgrounds, pissed off postcards, mysterious family photographs, bizarre to-do lists… A voyeur’s treasure trove!

Jason Bitner and Arthur Jones, the FOUND founders, are on a coast-to-coast, 15-city tour, showcasing a plethora of pornographic peeks into the sex lives and thoughts of your neighbors…workmates…cousins…friends…

So grab that faceless, nasty, spread-eagle shot you found in the pocket of that jacket your Uncle Ted gave you. The one he must’ve forgotten about. You know…the one that you pray isn’t of Aunt Susan… and bring it along to the DIRTY FOUND Outreach Program and tell its story…

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Photo courtesy of DIRTY FOUND