Have You Ever Heard of a Geoduck?  

rm_wildwestrose 58F
108 posts
9/10/2006 4:00 am

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9/12/2006 11:53 pm

Have You Ever Heard of a Geoduck?

I figured that this was something that just about everybody needs to know about. Please pass this information along, so that you don't fall prey to Geoduck ignorance!

So, for the record, just what IS a geoduck?

It is a huge clam thingy with a rather large siphon, which resembles a part of a man's anatomy.
Don't believe me? Check it out for yourself!

These two poor boys in the picture on the side may be scarred for life from Geoduck envy!"

The Wikipedia webpage about Geoducks is very informative, I particularly like this bit of trivia:

"The geoduck is the official mascot of The Evergreen State College, located at the southernmost tip of Puget Sound in Olympia, Washington. The school's Latin motto, Omnia Extares (or, 'let it all hang out' ) could partially be intended as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the creature's appearance."

Now, Rosie had lived most of her life in blissful ignorance of said geoducks, until she happened to move to Kitsap County, Washington. I will not try to explain to you how traumatized I was by the appearance of such a large, erect appendage.

And please, don't ask me what brought on this ducky moment, because I really can't remember.



dave--999 51M

9/10/2006 4:37 am

So the lovely WildWestRose was traumatized by the size of the large erect appendage? Would you not want to have one that large?? I thought women desired a large erect appendage! Geoducks have a habit of cuming all the time when they are erect as well!!

Or would you say some men are more than adequate?


rm_babyboomer26 68M
898 posts
9/10/2006 9:29 pm

By any chance, was Kathy responsible for attracting the geoducks?

Boomer


rm_MikeMix47 64M
206 posts
9/12/2006 12:07 pm

I know this is waaaay off subject, but I have to ask you something. We may have a mutual aquaintance. Since you live and work in Tombstone, which isn't exactly a huge metropolis, I'm betting you know a fellow that grew up with me here in Indiana. I'd rather not mention his name here in your blog for everyone in the cyber world to see. Last that I knew, he worked at the Birdcage Theater as a tour guide. He's... shall we say.... a bit of a character. I'll not elaborate.
If you would, send me an email and I'll reply with his name to see if you know him. As a standard male member, I can't initiate emails on this site. Curiosity has gotten the best of me, LOL
Mike


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