September 05, 2006

Intimate Questions

Kate found this book in a used book store in Knoxville, TN. My guess is that things started to go wrong at Question 215.
















Posted by Dr. Frank at September 5, 2006 07:00 PM | TrackBack

It's one of the best stores in Knoxville, by the way, and always worth a visit should one find him or her self in our fair city. I don't know how many books I have floating around with that same price sticker on it. I've bought at least one MTX cd from there as well.

What color is an orgasm?

Posted by: sam at September 5, 2006 07:28 PM

i confess...i did a book that was a little LESS
intimate than this one and shorter with a guy once. i don't think it helped,since he's the only one I ever broke up with and at the end I began to loathe even the way he walked.

Posted by: just me at September 6, 2006 12:02 AM

I'm just surprised that he stuck around after 89. I think that one's either gotta be a deal breaker, or perhaps the discovery of the love of one's life.

Posted by: dan at September 6, 2006 06:25 PM

Who's 'he', Dan?

Posted by: Jonas at September 6, 2006 07:02 PM

What a spectacular find.

Reminds me of a book I found for a dime at a used book sale. It was a Hallmark book entitled "More Today Than Yesterday" with some awesome 70's photos of couples on the beach. The incription reads something like "To you on our 3rd anniversary."

So sad that it ended up where it did.

Posted by: Megan at September 7, 2006 06:37 AM

Dan, look at the answers to #196, particularly Martina Navratilova and Melissa Etheridge.

There's a resale shop near my house and there's always an original painting or pastel drawing of a child, or a caricature of a parent like you'd have done at a tourist area, for sale there-- I'm always amazed to think, what parent would get rid of the picture of little Jimmy in his youth, who would toss a drawing of Dad away like that after he was gone?

And who do they think is going to buy someone else's memory like that?

Posted by: Mike G at September 10, 2006 03:05 AM

I get the impression that they are lesbians ( not that there's anything wrong with it).

Posted by: hank at September 10, 2006 03:11 AM

What a find. Better than fiction. Pat Summitt . . . Yikes.

Posted by: OctaneBoy at September 10, 2006 03:23 AM

This isn't really blowing my skirt up gentlemen. Don't you have something more concrete?

Posted by: Billy Fish at September 10, 2006 03:43 AM

Reads like a novel, but without all the surplus verbiage. Hemingway couldn't do better.

Posted by: AST at September 10, 2006 08:28 AM

"What color is an orgasm?"

Errr... kind of a translucent pearly white?

Seriously though, I think it must be a woman thing. My wife describers hers with colors as well and then says how awful it must be that mine aren't colorful. Having experienced mine, though, I'm confident in saying they rock.

Oh well, maybe when those two are reincarnated, they can try again for eternal bliss.

Posted by: andy at September 10, 2006 05:48 PM

215? I think the problems started at Question 89.

Posted by: Steely Dan at September 10, 2006 06:36 PM

People get too hung up on relationships. Common interests, friendships, and nonstop wild animal sex lead to the best long term loves.

Posted by: Face McGurk at September 10, 2006 11:01 PM

Um. . .no; I'd say the problems start at #90.

I mean, there's nothing inherently wrong with wanting your partner to wear the strap-on. Especially if you're both women.

But there's a lot wrong with trying to rationalize that with wanting to be the top.

Um. . .so to speak.

Oh, and Andy? If you're circumcised, you might want to consider nonsurgical foreskin restoration.

I bring it up because of a couple of guys who report having gone from 'color' to 'black and white' after having been circumcised as adults. If you (or anybody else) is interested, well, Google Is Your Friend.

Posted by: Acksiom at September 11, 2006 11:23 AM