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    • CommentAuthorzelda
    • CommentTimeJun 19th 2010
     
    Tne End
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    :rolling:

    Zelda-- that made me accidentally spit into the computer screen from laughing! lol
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2010
     
    To any and all irritated by my hot-button rants, please accept my apologies.

    From here, forward, I shall assume that people either know the risk, or are subject to "natural selection."

    No more Tylenol rants, I promise.
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    So let me get this straight: you people think that it's sicker to fall in love with a horse, than with a car??
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2010 edited
     
    Let me put it this way - I think they both should be put in a mental institution, and now we're just discussing who should get the room with a window.
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    I dunno...I think I know enough men who would fall in love with a car...and bore me by telling me every detail about their car...
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    On bestiality:

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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2010
     
    Speaking for those men who "love" our cars (or our animals), that love is *platonic*.
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    Psh...I don't believe it with one guy I went to high school with. Couldn't shut up about his car-- even after being threatened with being beaten about the head.
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    He's got a point though. There's still a long way to go from loving your car and enjoying it to making love to it and spilling your love juices all over the hood...

    Sorry for the horrid imagery :shocked:
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2010
     
    It's an interesting point that neurologists learn what parts of the brain do what by studying case studies of accidents/war casualties, as the usual laboratory approaches can't be done with humans like they are with lab rats. I support this observational approach with lab rats, too, as I can't bear the thought of inflicting pain deliberately on anything conscious, but I'm getting off-point.

    There was one study done on a steel worker who accidentally got a rebar (steel bar used to reinforce concrete) stuck through his head. Surgeons successfully removed it and he survived, miraculously. He had one region of his brain which was damaged severely by the rebar, though, and it resulted to him not being able to distinguish between abstract beauty and sexual attraction.

    They learned to schedule his doctors' appointments carefully, as once they caught him attempting to have sex with a particularly sultry lamp in the waiting room of the doctor's office.

    He, at least, had an excuse.
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    I'm sorry, but I can still see this guy doing that to his car =X

    Wm: =O
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 20th 2010
     
    Bunni -

    Wm: = ???

    The only guy I said I felt had an excuse was the guy with brain damage caused by a steel rod through his head.

    I said that both the "horse-ophiliac" and the guy with "car-nal knowledge" both should be locked-up in a mental institution, and the only debate was which should get the room with a window.

    I think we're actually on the same side - I don't want either of these sickos out without a leash.
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    I think she was just surprised with the guy's story
    (As was I - it's a shocker..)
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     
    Which guy? There are three (according to my count), the guy who has sex with his horse, the guy who has sex with his car, and the guy whose head was impaled by a steel rod and was trying to have sex with the lamp in his doctor's waiting room.

    (And girls say all the good guys are taken.)

    ;)
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    The poor impaled one...
    • CommentAuthormrsthing
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     
    Then there was the guy who got his dick bitten off when he tried to have drunk sex with a raccoon...
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 21st 2010
     
    Maybe that's how raccoons on the east coast got rabies in the first place.
    • CommentAuthormrsthing
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2010
     
    I think it happened in Russia.
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      CommentAuthorWmCElliott
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2010
     
    That explains a lot...
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    :rolling::rolling: