Jack's raging libido  

nietchze 43M
195 posts
8/31/2005 2:41 pm

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Jack's raging libido

So anyway's, last night I'm sitting in front of my computer, bound and determined to write something witty and funny. For the life of me I couldn't think of a single thing. I was seriously pissed, I mean with the ass pirate we have sitting in the oval office I should never ever be out of comedic material. Was I losing it? After such a short period of time had I lost the gift of making other people's idiotic misfortunes funny? So I did what any red blooded American would do.....I had sex instead.

You should have seen this chick. A shhhmokin' hot body and big boobies that she loved to have played with. At one point she turned around during doggie style and looked me right in the eyes and begged to ass-fuck her. AWWW hell with it, who am I kidding...allright allright....ok so I jerked off. But it was really good I swear !! This wasn't your normal 'beat the bishop' routine. Well anyway's, I digress.

Point is after I rubbed one off and lost yet another cache of Kleenex, the ideas flowed like water. Suddenly I had many very clever and witty things to write about. So much so that upon writing the one I felt had the highest comedic and socially caustic value, I found myself veering off onto tangents and incorporating the other two. I had to start over several times before suddenly deciding to write about my post-coital discovery.

Remember the scene from 'Something about Mary' where Ben Stiller ( am I the only one that thinks Ben is worse than infected herpes pustules? Seriously folks, we need to start a letter campaign to ban this man from acting again ) is told to wank off prior to his date? It's like that I think. Maybe the bodies production of semen is directly tied to the flow of oxygen to the brain. Maybe an excess build up of semen somehow blocks the flow of rational thought. Maybe we have good ideas all the time but we can't hear them over the incessant demands of I MUST GET LAID! .

I'm not sure. I will ponder this and let you know what I find out. But before I think on this, I'm going to go have to go make some mayo, just to be sure my thoughts are clear. I mean this is for science after all.

justsayhi2005 51F

9/1/2005 7:20 am

I like Ben Stiller. I know he can't act but I don't care. So there.

MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
9/2/2005 7:35 pm

My dear son, some motherly concern. I hope you washed well after your bout last night. You have no idea where that slut Pamlela and her 5 sisters have been.

I've never seen, "There's Something About Mary." I hear romantic comedy and immediately think chick flick. However, I do have to agree with you about Ben Stiller. OK, I'll admit, when he had his show years ago on Fox, that was funny. However, it was so topical that when it was rerun on Comedy Central when it was released on DVD, it wasn't funny anymore. It was dated. Sure, there were still a few funny bits, but it wasn't something meant to stand the test of time.

That said, Stiller is another one who fell for the hype curse. He started to believe his own hype and therefore, stopped being good and became pretentious. Once that happens, be it an actor, actress, singer, etc., they seize to be any good and start churning out crap. Anyone who doesn't like it is plebian in their minds. They don't understand art. No, the simple truth is, we don't like crap and don't enjoy any bit of pablum the studios try to cram down our throats. Just because someone was good once, it doesn't mean they will continue to be.

Well, even if he does work again, you can console yourself with the fact there hasn't been a Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan movie in a good, long time. Hepburn and Tracy they never were, nor would they ever have been.

rm_autumngirl61 55F
741 posts
9/6/2005 3:32 pm

I agree w/ justsayhi2005 @ Ben Stiller, he may be funny, but he can't act. I have watched few of his movies. Boring, but I laughed some, yeah. Try Mel Gibson!! lol

nietchze, this is a good one, but did you actually do @ what you said? lol

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