The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

5 December 2005

Saltier than Lot's wife

Yes, I'm aware that there are scenes of fierce eroticism in the Old Testament, but do I really want to see them in full color on a calendar?

Well, um, maybe.

(Via Sexoteric Blog; I wouldn't recommend opening up any of these links in the presence of coworkers.)

Posted at 3:11 PM to Entirely Too Cool , Immaterial Witness


"Nuremberg pastor Bernd Grasser said: "It's just wonderful when teenagers commit themselves with their hair and their skin to the bible."

I'm REAL sure there's some message I'm supposed to take away from that, but I'm at a total loss as to what it is.

Posted by: Vickie at 4:07 PM on 5 December 2005

I'm hoping it's just an inept translation, because it doesn't make the slightest bit of sense to me.

Posted by: CGHill at 4:13 PM on 5 December 2005

That's the folly of translating idiom literally. It's like saying "body and soul", I believe.

Along the same lines, if a Japanese woman starts talking about giving you "the clouds and the rain", she is not discussing the weather. :P

Posted by: Ian Hamet at 6:10 PM on 5 December 2005

Why, CG, you DOM! Say a Hail Mary...and Barbara and Jessica and Beth... ;-)

Posted by: Winston at 4:31 AM on 6 December 2005

btw their top referrer list contains one entry that says dustbury.com

Posted by: Winston at 4:53 AM on 6 December 2005

Oh yeah, THIS with at least some redeeming value you sniff at, but that nasty, bad-news Dowd you can't get enough of.

I'm telling you: You THINK you know where she's been, but you really, really don't.

Posted by: Mr. Snitch! at 10:51 PM on 10 December 2005

I don't care where she's been; I'm concerned about where she's going.

Posted by: CGHill at 10:54 PM on 10 December 2005