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Fans are confused after Conor McGregor said he was ‘so horny' he could 'write a book about dead rats'

Stewart Perrie

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Fans are confused after Conor McGregor said he was ‘so horny' he could 'write a book about dead rats'

Conor McGregor's antics on Twitter are known to get a little wild and weird sometimes.

But one of his latest tweets has left his fans confused.

The MMA star posted about his sexual urges and desires to write a book. But the way those two are connected will have you doing a double take.

He wrote: "I'm so horny I could write a book on dead rats."

Yes, you read that correctly.

Credit: Conor McGregor/Twitter
Credit: Conor McGregor/Twitter

How those two concepts are linked we can leave up to you.

Maybe McGregor thinks rats have a lot of sex, or that they normally have a build up of sexual tension before it's finally unleashed.

The tweeted was quickly deleted, however not before people on social media took notice.

One person wrote: "What the f***" the post was about?"

While another added: "Dublin humour is something else."

That's certainly not the first time McGregor was called out for his somewhat X-rated posts.

In April last year, the MMA star tagged fianceé Dee Devlin in a raunchy sex scene Instagram post before swiftly removing it after 10 minutes.

The post in question featured a sex scene from Martin Scorsese's much-loved blockbuster hit The Wolf of Wall Street.

The scene has Leonardo DiCaprio's character, Jordan Belfort, having sex with Margot Robbie's Naomi Lapaglia on a money-filled bed.

McGregor has been in a relationship with Devlin since 2008 and the pair have had two children together: Conor Jr and Croia.

While he's been away from the octagon for a while now, he's hoping to fight Nate Diaz in the new Power Slap League.

The Irishman is certainly a fan of the new sporting series that is being set up by MMA honcho Dana White.

The UFC boss gained approval from the Nevada State Athletic Commission to set up the league, which is set to make its television debut in January.

The league will essentially see men and women taking turns slapping each other as hard as possible to knock them out.

And McGregor is coming around to the sport.

He tweeted: “This power slap championship is growing on me. Who doesn’t like watching good quality clatters hahaha.”

The UFC star later wanted clarification on the rules, probably just like the rest of us.

He continued: “Is it a flip of a coin who gets to go first? How long do they have to recover before they get to throw their counter? Or is it over if they’re ko’d? Fascinating. I’m attending one of these 100 per cent. Is this Dana’s? Wtf is this madness Dana hahaha. I’m in.”

Getting The Notorious one on the card for one of these broadcasts would certainly be one way to drum up interest in the league.

And McGregor knew exactly who he should square off against.

He added: “Me Vs Nate on it for the title hahahaha maybe that’s a title you’d have a better chance of coming close to winning Nate you little slapper hahahaha.”

Featured Image Credit: Conor McGregor/Instagram

Topics: Conor McGregor

Stewart Perrie
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