Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don’t much care where.
The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go.
Alice: …So long as I get somewhere.
The Cheshire Cat: Oh, you’re sure to do that, if only you walk long enough.
― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865)
By now, many of you have read – and enjoyed – my now-infamous blog post article, “Perhaps You Can Relate?” written almost 24 hours ago as of this posting. Click the title or click here to read it, if you must before continuing. I’ll wait… … … …
If you have already read it, then you learned a little something about the comedic humorous mind of yours truly. Of course, many of you are already familiar with my humor, which from reading past comments I’ve made on this blog, on Funnybook [Facebook] and from actually talking to me, know that making occasional use of sexual metaphors is a delight of mine. I have a highly sexual mind and I don’t apologize for it. Many of you have expressed very kind comments about the article – both here and on my Funnybook page. Did you know I wrote that article in like ten minutes? It just came to mind while I was chatting with someone else early yesterday! It is one of the shortest of all my blog articles (not counting the “Hardline According to RobFather-X“ series). Anyway, I thank you for reading “Perhaps You Can Relate?” and for all the kind comments!
My blog report indicates that, as of this writing, “Perhaps You Can Relate?” received 138 views, 40 Facebook “likes”, and four 5-star ratings. I also received several favorable comments between the blog and my Facebook page. Why is this information important? Because early yesterday I received a few unfavorable comments in private messages and had lost two (2) Facebook friends – although one of them did come back as a friend– all as a result of them NOT reading the entire blog post article first!
To those of you who only read the first few lines of my blog post and were immediately repulsed or turned off by it and/or felt you could not continue reading the rest of it – even though again, you were urged to READ THE ENTIRE POST FIRST, I think have shown yourselves as having as dirty a mind as you thought my article to be. From your comments, you assumed that the article was about some very intimate conduct on my part (like masturbation). Judging by your comments, you have also shown yourselves to be a bit impatient, perhaps a little lazy (yes, I’m calling you “lazy”) in reading something that is – as you so often complain, “too long” to read. Well, any three to four paragraph article read on a tiny smart phone screen is always going to appear to be lengthy in content. Duh! But reading the first lines and jumping to conclusions before reading the entire article reveals a certain manner of reluctance on your part to just chill out, relax and see where the article’s “rabbit hole” would take you. All I can say is, too bad for you! You assumed my article to be “disgusting” and “inappropriate in nature” (which is odd, considering the article was written on MY blog – a place where I can write whatever the fuck I want). Other comments stated that the reader was “not interested in learning about [my] self-pleasuring routine”. That particular comment was very funny and almost sounds like a challenge for me to go ahead and write a blog post about the how, the when and the inspirations of my masturbatory sessions. I’ve no problem with that. It could be fun! Ha! Ha! Stand by for a blog post to cum come soon!
You know, it amazes me how some people can act or protest with such a puritanical mindset when it comes to sex yet allow their minds to go to the sexual gutter at the same time. I often wonder how that happens, especially with some so-called “very religious” people. Seems to me like an internal conflict against one’s basic human nature. I shake my head in bewilderment. Such readers who read only the first few lines or pages of anything, who are willing to jump to some conclusion and assume to know how something will play out or end, are one of the reasons why understanding the innocent mindset of others in this world is often difficult. And as I stated earlier, it shows a sign of laziness in reading capability. If such readers were on an investigative team or were to participate in some trial jury and conducted themselves in this manner, I’d feel bad for the person on trial! I should pity the lazy reader but that would ruin my joy, and where’s the fun in that?
I shall continue writing and posting things on this blog (MY blog, muthafuckers!) and on Funnybook which makes me laugh – or which I think are simply outright funny at the harmless expense of others; be they profane, sacrilegious or perhaps even sexually intimate. We are adults and sex is a natural part of life of which I am not ashamed. Whether or not one reads my articles here or on Funnybook is not all that important, even though I will always solicit and appreciate reader support!
Again, I welcome anyone to join the ride that is my mind, my life, and my God-given humor and talent to write and share. Ride with me – if you dare.