Friday, April 19, 2024

Eat or Be Eaten

You hear much more talk about people choking than eating each other. It used to be a quid pro quo and part of the food chain: eat or be eaten. In this sense The Kama Sutra is a mixture of Roto Rooter and Micheline both the tire and food guide. Way back when "gay" meant "happy," choking was what you had to watch out for when there were bones. Every time you ate say cod, you're wife (who is now probably on the way to becoming a man) would say, "honey, watch out for the bones" just as you were about to dig in. Now when my "wife" who remember now is almost a man (and qualified for a bar mitzvah at that) says "eat me" when I ask "what's for dinna, meat loaf?" I reply "sure I'll go down on you." If you are one of those people who likes meat loaf, but still gets off on asphyxiation (a la the recent front page Op Times piece, "The Troubling Trend in Teenage Sex"), you're going to have to sacrifice certain pleasures.Make no bones about it. 

listen to "Lick It Before You Stick It" by Denise LaSalle

and also read the review of The Kafka Studies Department in Booklife (PW)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.