Thursday, September 30, 2010


Can someone please explain to me why it is considered insensitive to say, "I am afraid my huge baby is going to ruin my wife's pleasure zone"? I have had two groups of people tell me this is not right to say, however I don't understand why.

One, it is not insensitive. If my pleasure zone, aka my wife's lady area, is destroyed I am not the only one who will be affected by it. Diana will be traumatized detrimentally by the fact that it has been ruined. She will get that thing where you pee when you sneeze and I haven't heard of any woman saying that is a pleasant experience.

Two, I just flat out don't want my dang fat ole' baby to be so big and cause so many problems for Diana. Bigger is usually better except on birth weight. Then it is not preferred.

Sure there is a selfish reason too. If that thing gets all stretched out it wouldn't be the best thing in the world. I saw something about how a ladies area goes back to almost normal in a few days after birth but come on! How can that be? You just pushed a baby through there! If i pushed a baby through the tip of my junk there is no way it would ever work the same again.


3 Ripples in the pond:

Diana said...

You're really going to go there...AGAIN?!?

Trinity said...

I hope to. But if it is all messed up I might not want to.

Addy's Daddy said...

It is insensitive because of the way you are phrasing it and because it is coming from you. I think we all assume (and for the most part correctly) that your third reason is the main one behind your statement and the other two are seconday.

Also, don't call me after about 6:00pm until that bun comes out of the oven. You have been reminded.