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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

sex is part of living a full life

Or so Oprah sez. I'm annoyed. Here are her stats: 50% of people are unhappy with their sex lives and 40 million people are in sexless marriages. I don't appreciate men trying to have sex on the first date or even the third because it takes time to build trust. At that point it's not really possible to be trapped into a sexless relationship, so really, lighten up boys! We would never go into business with someone we don't know. Why are we expected to share our beds? Am I not more than my genitalia? Some guys don't seem to think so. I wish Oprah would talk about that.(This is a video by one of my bad dates, Jon Lajoie.)
That was a joke, people. I never went out with Jon Lajoie. Swing took me to see his comedy act. I turned bright red through most of it. In the time is spent psychoanalyzing his videos, (rotfl) I realized that he is making fun of this kind of person.

Sometimes he does clean comedy, but not often:

WATCH AT YOUR OWN RISK something about him is disturbingly charming despite the vile things he says about 50% of the time. There are things that just remind me of my bad dates. I am not sure if the videos will turn out if you subscribe to the feed, so please stop by.

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Kristen Arnold said...

Hey I agree that it is funny because he clearly is trying to show guys how dumb they are to expect girls to put out, yet, it goes on a little too long for what he's trying to say, I think we get the point by the second chorus, but thanks for bringing up this issue. We need to not only have a righteous anger when guys expect sex, but also see it as our responsibility to not let guys use us in this way. in other words, girls stop settling for less, it's not worth it!

SavvyD said...

Yeah, he goes way farther in some other videos--especially with the excessive swearing. His videos are viral. Some has 10 million views and most have at least 1 million.

thefatandskinnyonfashion said...

I think it is, unfortunately, and endless cycle. Guys see us as slutty b/c so many women just put themselves out there. They began to expect nothing less, so women feel like they have to give it up to find love. It is so sad but true. I am 2 years old and have never dated b/c I believe in abstinence. Hopefully things will change, but I don't think so.

SavvyD said...

I think you meant to say you are 20, lol. I know what you mean and it's seriously not fair to us girls who want to be ladies and treated with respect. My friend Swing told me to just make friends with guys rather than date because dating usually means sex to a guy. If they are your friend first, it's different hopefully.

But seriously, I have a not-so-secret crush on Jon Lajoie. His Sunday Afternoon is absolutely hysterical. He puts a disco ball in all these crazy places like in the dishes, on a chair and on the table with his poor parents over for dinner. He seems like a normal guy and then admits he watches porn all the time. I actually had that happen on a date so I laugh every time I see it!!!

Enbrethiliel said...


Hi, Savvy! It sounds as if Oprah is trying to be the new Kinsey, with all her crazy figures and statistics. And remember that Kinsey's research was totally flawed!

I'm glad I found your 'blog and will definitely be back.

SavvyD said...

I can't remember which of the sex researchers based much of the "research" on personal experience. But whoever it was started out teaching classes on human sexuality to help young married couples enjoy sex more.