Life's Greatest Mystery
May 01, 1998 11:09 AM
by Mark Kusek
Mark Kusek wrote:
> >So far, you and Alan are the only 'Shining Comedy Clubs On The Hill.' The
> >rest of us can only bow down in deference.
Geez, tough crowd.
> Of course, the women who dress in heels and tight skirts are the ones getting
> attention from the men. This desire to attract vs. being comfortable and
> true to oneself results in a denial of the self. For myself, I've had
> many suggestions that I should dress like Frederick's of Hollywood to show
> off my assets. My response is, "Why don't you dress in skin-tight leather
> pants and thong bikini underwear for me?" The meaning of that, of course,
> flies right over their testosterone-filled heads. This makes me feel as if I
> am no more than an owned passive object. I see that most guys dress
> comfortably. I see that most women dress uncomfortably. And it is up to
> the women to turn the men on.
Hey, I've been working out!
I can even crack walnuts with my butt cheeks just like Jean Claude Van
> >I was just thinking about that, you know. I was picturing having sex with
> >Jesus and Buddha (not at the same time, though)
> Why not? A wonderful sweaty meshing of the East and the West, with a mineral!
"Ride me, Ride me Big J"
> Gee whiz, if you were going for "less 'Divine'", then you should shoot for
> John Holmes. If you're going for Divine, it seems to me that Jesus would
> be more fun in bed. The Buddha probably wouldn't move one iota.
Hey, don't knock an adamantine immovable object!
> >Self-discovery is so. . .painful.
Life is suffering.
;P -- M
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