Women of the World: Never Ask Your Man if He is Joking

Men are performers.  We lead.  We wander.  We are always looking to conquer.  We also tend to place great value in being funny — especially if we can make our woman laugh.  We feel as if the eyes of the world are upon our funny bones when it comes to you.  We’re funny that way.

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Did Gibson.com Get Punked by the Onion?

Did Gibson.com just get punked by the Onion?  Or are Gibson punking us with misleading rumors they are positing as the truth?  Here’s a screenshot of the Gibson.com Lifestyle page where they tell us today that Led Zeppelin are getting ready to reunite — according to a Robert Plant interview in The Onion.

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A Day for Fools

It’s that day of the year again when bad taste and cruelty rule the day. 
Be on point!  Beware of every email you open and every website you visit!  Bad taste is about to ruin your day!

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How to Kill a Joke: Did You Bring a Towel?

Today I will give you a perfect example of: “How to Kill a Joke.” 

Bring a towel.

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Men in Pastels

I’ll admit it: I look good in soft pink and powder blue and creamy yellow — it must be my pasty-white Nebraska skin that reflects those colors back into the world that makes me look truly alive instead of ghostly-dead. When I grew up in Nebraska, men who wore pink or pastels or creams were men who were secure in their sexuality and unafraid of being stereotyped by other straight men and women as “on-the-fence” or “in-the-opposite-mix.” Growing up in Nebraska you didn’t have many Gay people who were “out” because it was dangerous to do so back then.

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Optical Illusion

A friend sent this to me:

 Optical Illusion

Which way are the flowers moving?

How and why is the effect created and perceived?