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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Let me preface this by saying Tivo is damn fabulous.  One of the distinct advantages is that the fact that television shows that start after nine are now within my grasp - where previously I would have been propping my eyelids open, I can now watch the whole thing over morning coffee or what have you..  Specially red ones in my kitchen.

That being said: who watches Scrubs at 10 pm?  I ask because of the telephone sex ads.

Oh, at first they don't seem like sex ads - they seem like singles ads.  However, when you see them over and over again (I've temporarily stopped fastwording through them for research purposes), you notice three very important things:

1) They only show women.  They refer to it as a line which singles can call, but there is not a single man, tee shirt off, six pack showing, in bed, phone to his ear, waiting for my call.

2) In each ad, at least one woman says she doesn't want to meet men on the internet because 'it's too hard'.

3) Later in the half hour (like I said, I've done extensive research), some woman will refer to 'fantasies' she's had.  That she's just dying to share. With you, single Denver man.

My conclusion?  This is phone sex!  It says 'call for stupid women to talk about sex'.  Now, I assume that this doesn't count as prostitution because no one is actually having sex - although some mutual masturbation is definitely implied. 

I don't know why I'm so concerned about this.  I guess I only have two questions.  What would they do if I called and insisted on being connected to a Denver single?  Male, preferably?  And.. how much money do phone sex workers make? 

Final unrelated thoughts: Quentin Tarantino is a genius - fucked up, but a genius none the less.  And roses are beautiful

*Did you hear me butterfly? Miles to go before I sleep*

Be a mind sticker

Be cool soda pop