@laurel Well, you may be thinking of someone howling at a hot person, but the only times I've ever heard anyone say "woof" in appreciation is when hanging out with Bears. (The gay, hirsute human kind, not the grizzly kind.)
@Roxanne Rholes I will continue to use lesbianism as my birth control.
I'm so glad you noted that those words don't make any sense, Jia, because I was so confused while reading about Immy. The rest of this, well. It's like a bad fever dream. Also, I will refrain from making a joke about other uses for coat hangers in the 1950s, but know that I'm side-eyeing the patriarchy. Hard.
@hallelujah I was floating a river with my little sister once, and around one bend there was a naked dude on the riverbank just jacking it. Obviously he was some type of exhibitionist, and I wanted to ignore him, but my sis was there, and I got pissed. So I yelled at him that I was going to call the cops and that his mother would be so disappointed. He also got an earful from the college dudes floating behind us. Ugh ugh ugh ugh.
I always think of this when I see these commercials:
I was just telling my ladyfriend that whoever is responsible for the dialogue in the Kay commercials should have their fingers crushed and never be allowed to write again.
@stroopwafel See, I see snakes, and then think, "Stay away, Slytherin dudes. Do not want."
@iceberg Perfect. At my publication, my boss runs all the headlines by me to make sure we don't print something embarrassing. "Could this be sexual at all, Rose?"
Rose: *sees headline "Keeping It In the Family"* *laughs a lot*
Rose: "Yeah, that's about incest."
@SmartCookie Honestly, it's probably because the lab is at the hospital, and not because you're going to be submitted to some crazy procedure.
@iceberg Oh, my brain almost subconsciously makes double entendres of everything. If it can be make sexual, I'll usually point that out.