10 April 2008

Time Article on Screwing is Awkward and Embarrassing

While perusing for articles on Iraq, I noticed that the most read article on the Time website was one about married couples doing it. It's a Q&A with some author from Boulder (People's Republic of) who penned the book "The Sex-Starved Marriage". Frankly, I don't want to know about other people's sex lives. What is this, Europe? That's none of my goddamn business, especially if it's old geezers in the sack. Getting it on should be incredibly awkward, uncouth, and pornography should be utilized to mitigate sexual desires, albeit at a certain level of embarrassment endured by society. Indeed, our entire society is constructed on the premise of being sexually frustrated. Cities are built, economies are developed, books are written, culture is created, all due to the fact that men and women aren't getting any action. Even this modest blog has been a created completely with involuntary celibacy. So I say that no sex is certainly an altruistic notion that enables us as a civilization.


Gross

8 comments:

Bag Blog said...

So, are you saying people are not having sex, but they like to talk about it? Sounds like the boy’s locker room. Or does all the sex talk make people think that there is lots of sex going on, and yet they think everyone else is getting some, but not them. Sounds like jealousy. Personally, I don’t want to know about other people’s sex life. “Old Geezer sex” definitely gross unless you are the old geezer.

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Anonymous said...

Oh, so you're in one of THOSE moods. Okay.

Since you brought the subject up and you don't know, of course, the age of most of your readers, maybe some of them can contribute their notions on geezer sex. Not having had sex with any old men, I don't really know that much about it.

But, yes, Bag Blog is correct -- boy's locker room. Guys are always talking such trash about sex -- who got it, how they did, or almost did, or she really wanted them (yeah, sure) -- so that surely somewhere, somebody right at this exact moment as YOU are reading this MUST be having sex -- ya think????

But why do I need to know that? Don't. Mine is fine, so why do you have to tell me about yours? Ewwww, no thanks. Go write a letter to Penthouse.

Kath

Anonymous said...

(And, P.S., your reading agenda -- who was it who said maybe soup cans might be next? Maybe they should be next.) Goof.
Kath

Caroline said...

This explains so much about my last boyfriend!

After a couple of margaritas on a girls night, could definitly rival boys locker room talk.

LT Nixon said...

Bag Blog,

Renaissance Fairs are hilarious. Where was the knight?

Kath/Caroline,

I don't know what you're talking about. We usually talk about comparative literature in the locker room.

Bag Blog said...

Did that link work? Sorry, I'm new to the html thing. Go to www.skybag.blogspot.com for the rest of the Renaissance photos and the knight in shining armor.

Tin Ma'am said...

...but sex is good.

gage said...

Maybe take up knitting?