Friday, November 6, 2015

Kissing to Would You Have Sex With Paul Rudd 
Would you like to be like the couple born to kiss 
Would you have sex with Paul Rudd - for a dollar 



Kissing (story/poem) 

They wondered where the two had gone
There as a party greeted dawn
To this would all their fancies spawn
They found them behind curtains drawn
Kissing
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For that is how they passed their day
As minutes slowly ticked away
And every spot where lovers stray
Would find these two at their display
Kissing
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In this they thought all life was for
This endless pleasure nothing more
Till greater purpose washed ashore
A world was waiting to explore
Kissing
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But jealous people told them go
So hurtful were the words they’d throw
And in their hate a truth would show
About a thing they didn’t know
Kissing
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Now no one knows just where they went
And no one knows the hours they spent
But something grew from deep lament
When from the moon was message sent
Kissing


(A fun little poem about two young lovers who loved to kiss. Here is an example of how one word seems to change. It is the same word (Kissing) whose meaning does not change as the poem progresses. Yet, there is a sense of change which can only be explained to what is going on in the story. - I come from a time when kissing in public was frowned upon. "There is a time and place for kissing." But leave it to us teenagers... It was outside an ice cream store sharing an ice cream with Malana when I received my "first real kiss". I think it was in broad daylight. Everything got real cloudy, so I'm not really sure. Malana was a good teacher, or so other girls would say. And off I went, in the back of buses, in the picture shows, in the park, the zoo, the museum, you name it and I probably kissed there. Shock people? You bet. Word got back to my home. My mother wanted me punished. My step-father, who normally beat me, found a soft spot for all the kissing stories. As I grew more "mature", kissing took on a different meaning. The kisses in front of the ice cream shop had changed, Yet there were times, under a moonlit sky, teenagers returned,)


There are a number of great kissing songs. I've chosen: Bliss "Kissing" 

Sorry, there is no real sex. Just laughs 


The longest recorded flight  of a chicken is 13 seconds. Perhaps it was trying to make a dollar from Bill Eichner for having sex with Paul Rudd. Confused yet? Let's back up. Bill "Billy" Eichner is a comedian who who works the streets of of New York, testing passers-by about their knowledge of pop culture and to get a laugh or two. Paul Stephen Rudd is a young, good looking actor, comedian, writer and producer. He is known for his roles in the films Clueless, Wet Hot American Summer, Anchorman: Billy's question for passers-by is: "For a dollar, would you have sex with Paul Rudd?" 
What about the chicken? It flies less than my coward brother "Billy on the Street: Would You Have Sex With Paul Rudd?" 


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