Friday, October 10, 2008

Meanwhile, in a parallel universe ...

Porn movies without the sex? Quite funny ... if a trifle pointless. And isn't that him out of Serenity and Slither?

9 comments:

SIMONCOLGANPHOTOGRAPHY said...

Nope can't see the future in that!

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

Trifle? I haven't had any trifle for ages, must make one this weekend. Perhaps serve it for Thanksgiving!

Stevyn Colgan said...

Simon - Never were truer words spoken. Let's face it, we owe the entire internet and much of the movie industry to these naughty, naughty films. But remember these words from Woody Allen: Sex without love is an empty experience, but as empty experiences go it's a pretty good one.

Stevyn Colgan said...

Rob - Trifle. Sweet, sticky, cool. Yum. I understand some people eat it too.

Persephone said...

I remember a popular tee shirt/bumper sticker slogan of the eighties. Sex: when it's good, it's very very good; when it's bad... it's still pretty good. I can almost confidently guarantee that this is a fella's viewpoint, because I think most women would agree, when sex is bad... it pretty well sucks. As for the video, I'd say this is "guy humour". What do you think, ladies?
You're having for trifle for Thanksgiving, Rob? This Sunday or this Monday? We're having pumpkin pie on Monday. Trifle is for Christmas; I make it with Irish Cream liqueur...

Stevyn Colgan said...

Persephone - Yup. It's completely and totally guy humour. It's not clever but it is just silly enough to raise a wry smile. As for your perspective on bad sex ... you may be right. Sadly, a lot of chaps are such shallow creatures.

One thing I am puzzled by ... do you celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada? I'd assumed that it was solely an American celebration. Or do you just like pumpkin pie?

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

Yes, Canada does thanksgiving, just a bit earlier than the USA. This be my first Canadian Thanksgiving and we will most certainly be having "Punkin' Pie", it's baking as we speak. Trifle might serve as a plan B just in case I don't like pumpkin pie, or more to the point, my pumpkin pie! Tomorrow I stuff the bird!

Stevyn Colgan said...

Well, I guess the Canadian settlers had as much to be thankful for what with shifting borders, civil wars and making friends with the natives. So it makes sense! Enjoy the pie or trifle or both!

That poor bird ...

Persephone said...

Civil wars? In Canada? Do you mean the Plains of Abraham? The Upper and Lower Canada Rebellions? Unlike the American Thanksgiving, the Canadian Thanksgiving has little connection with the First Nations. It's much like Harvest Sunday, and given that many of the people who were movers and shakers in Canada (until recently) were Anglicans, that's probably one compelling origin. The other is that the Canadian growing season, for most parts of this large country, is quite short, and if you don't have the crops in by early October, you're stuffed (and not in a good way).