Friday, October 22, 2010

Thongs And Giant Man-Junk

Time for “Stephen’s Mailbag.”
“Dear Stephen,
Daily, you tell your millions of faithful readers how we can see more of you.  Why do you assume we’d even want to see more?  As far as I can see from your bushes you’re a typical middle-aged dude, with a pasty-white beer gut and graying hair you keep short so you don’t have to comb it.  Granted, you have that wildly oversized man-junk that looks like you’re smuggling an extra-terrestrial SUV in your pants, but other than that what’s the appeal?  Also, what is your opinion regarding thongs?
Madly, Truly, Deeply,
Kathleen (Imaginary fan from Omaha)
Thanks for writing, Kathleen.  I don’t know what my appeal is, could be Orange.  Maybe Plantain.  Perhaps criminally insane or tampered evidence.   All I know is women consistently say they prefer a funny man over an attractive man, which proves one thing beyond any reasonable doubt: women are giant f&#king liars.  Oh, as for thongs, I’ve never been a fan of them, I don’t like the way they press between my toes and make that flopping sound when I walk.
As always, see more of me at, or by pushing Kathleen out of the way and sending me iPhone pics of her thong.
...these is jokes...
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