An Important Public Service Announcement

8 Apr

“I’m Burning Inside to Touch You, Baby.” 

If anyone ever says that line to you, it most likely means they have the clap.  Proceed with caution.

Thank you and have a pleasant and polite day.

10 Responses to “An Important Public Service Announcement”

  1. [Cherry] Ride April 8, 2008 at 1:18 am #

    Hmm. I guess I need to change my business cards then.

    Probably a good plan. -CS

  2. Suze April 8, 2008 at 1:32 am #

    Excellent piece of advice.

    I give to the people. Mind you, I do not give them the clap as I have never had them. -CS

  3. almost as bad as… “I’m itching inside to touch you”.
    Fuck that noise, I’m out!

    Thank you for that. Here’s another little tip, if you hear, “Touching you makes me itch inside,” you should probably stop touching them. -CS

  4. cinnkitty April 8, 2008 at 3:24 am #

    SO.. “i’m burning..i’m burning..I’m burning for you” is probably bad too?? damn…….

    That’s even worse because apparently they’re super burning and I’m not sure you can cure that with a topical cream. -CS

  5. Koree April 8, 2008 at 4:50 am #

    how did you make that label? i want to steal your good ideas for my facebook profile pic

    Magic, my dear. I had some spare time and fiddled around with some powerpoint and took pictures, and blah, blah, blah. It took me like 3 hours. -CS

  6. Koree April 8, 2008 at 4:50 am #

    you know if you’re bored you could make one for me….

    Hmm…tempting, but no.

    I do have a an excellent suggestion for you. Go here and check out all the cool things you can do! -CS

  7. gnugs April 8, 2008 at 7:06 am #

    well, I’m glad my fourth drink instinct didn’t click on when I heard that one this weekend.

    Thank goodness! -CS

  8. doorknob_dan April 8, 2008 at 8:59 am #

    What’s worse?
    Hearing,

    “I’m aching all over for you. From these sores.”

    “I think last night before we made love you might have mistook my saying ‘carrier’ for ‘courier’. I don’t deliver packages – at least not in the conventional sense. I hope you heard me right.”

    “I’ve got this fever for you…or it may be FROM that midget prostitute. Anyways, you’re great in the sack and I stand to save a lot of money so I can take you on that trip to Hawaii that you mentioned you’ve always wanted to go on.”

    “Roses are red, violets are blue, sorry about the herpes that I gave to you.”

    What’s worse than hearing them?
    Trying to think of how to say them.

    This all depends on whether you’re trying to say these because you have the clap, or because you have the clap.

    Clap = Bad

    -CS

  9. Write Procrastinator April 8, 2008 at 6:17 pm #

    “I’m Burning Inside to Touch You, Baby. (urp)Ooops, excuse me. My mistake, actually, that was just the jalapeños giving me heatburn.”

    Sure, we’ve all heard that song before. . . -CS

  10. pistols at dawn April 8, 2008 at 7:24 pm #

    You are so close-minded about sharing things with me, whether those things are your feelings or my clap.

    I have no objection to you sharing the clap, I just prefer you share it with other people as I don’t want it (again). -CS

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