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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, May 28, 2008.
so not hetero,homo,metrosexual
maybe objectosexual??? haha
She may love her hubby, but does her hubby love her back?
I think I understand the lady completely, I visited Berlin in 1983 and was impressed by the contrast between west and east Berlin. The wall was all over the town as a symbol of that contrast.
I dunno. I would have thought him a bit cold...
You can just imagine the arguments...
"TALKING TO YOU IS LIKE TALKING TO A BRICK WALL!!!!"
But sexually, he'd be great. He's always stiff....and waiting....
Can stay up for ages too!
I heard he had a rough time keeping it up after he turned 28.
Still being up for 28 years is impressive.
Those crazy Europeans.
Objectophilia! It's like something from Boston Legal...
eww, I hope she cleans it. Thats just wrong.
He's grounded firmly in concrete. Don't disrespect him like that!
Aren't you supposed to go to a doctor after 4 hours?
I thought the term was always rock hard, and unlikely to stray from her.
Well actually, no! According to a UK TV programme this evening, there are only six recorded cases of 'objectosexuality' in the world (all female) - one in Sweden, and the other five in the US.
One particularly 'large' American lady has sexual desires for many objects, and is having a sexual relationship with a fairground ride, the Empire State Building, and a bannister rail in her local church (which she was 'humping' on camera). One of her ex-lovers was the church organ (organ, geddit?) whom she calls Paul, but the previous pastor banned her from the church for humping it (no surprise there, then)! Since a new pastor arrived, she started going back there, and fell for the bannister rail and wants to marry it (sorry, 'him'). The new pastor is aware of her unnatural sexual desires and seems to condone them! She seems quite proud that she regularly has sex in the church (albeit with a lump of wood)
I guess the Swedish woman was really tee'd when the Berlin wall came down!
Now where's that drop-dead-gorgeous traffic light that winked at me on the way home tonight?
There's fair bit of talk (albeit understandably) about how bonkers this woman is, but nothing's been said about how daft the wall was for marrying her in the first place.
I reckon he must have been plastered when he agreed to it.
I'm sure he thought it was etched in stone when he agreed to the nuptials.
Been there, done that.
Now children, this is why we don't smoke rock, cocaine.
Silly crack head.
I wonder if she claims him or it, on her taxes. Does she claim him as a dependent?
Does he have a name, what about calling him Wally.
Wally is in Boston though, not Sweden.
Eija: "Honey does this dress make me look fat?"
Eija: "I knew it."
Eija: "Were you just checking that girl out"
Eija: "I knew it. What? I'm not pretty enough for you?"
Eija: "Honey, I'm pregnant."
Eija: "I knew it. You DIDN't want to have a baby."
Hmmm... seems like a typical marriage to me