Wiener dogged

In today’s entry from the Dingus-Embiggener files, the pseudonymous Josefina Hogue tries a (marginally) different approach to selling the product:

Now you can invite a different woman to your bedroom every night.

Hell, I can do that now. I just can’t expect any of them to show up.

She continues:

It will be impossible not to notice all your abilities in bed.

Isn’t this pretty much always the case? I mean, if you’re any good at all, your partner will notice, and if you’re not any good, your partner will notice that too.





3 comments

  1. Guy S »

    4 December 2008 · 7:54 am

    It’s not the “noticing” which concerns me … rather, the “pointing and laughing” that tends to put one off.

  2. Jeffro »

    4 December 2008 · 8:14 pm

    It’s not the “noticing” which concerns me … rather, the “pointing and laughing” that tends to put one off.

    And the “I’m laughing at you, not with you” kinda ruins the mood.

  3. Brian J. »

    4 December 2008 · 10:44 pm

    Frankly, when I lie awake in bed at nights thinking about work, different coworkers, both male and female, tend to intrude upon my thoughts, that is, they come to bed with me in a fashion.

    Then, I wonder about how I could have done something differently or have handled a scenario better to produce a more pleasing effect.

    So, frankly, I just need a better imagination, or at least some better creative visualization, to have different women (and men) in bed every night noticing not only my technical abilities but also my political acumen in reaching better ends.

    Brother, if there’s a Canadian drug for that, I’ll order it from the Internet.

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