Yesterday I went to go get the second shot in the rabies series (no, it isn’t a shot in the stomach anymore). And I felt out of it the rest of the day. Not in a bad way, just in a really, really tired way. Needless to say, blogging just wasn’t going to happen.
Since that blogging fell on Hump Day I was especially disappointed because it’s fun searching for things to write about for Hump Day. Fortunately, I was able to make the executive decision (it is my blog, afterall) to have a Hump Day post regardless.
I’m all about themes, right? So I’m thinking sex, I’m thinking dogs (because of the bite… keep up, people), and I’m thinking…
Is it ok have sex and your dogs watch?
Perfect! Natural tie between the two subjects, right?
I begin to Google this topic and I type in the toolbar, “Is it ok to have”… I get to this point and my Google toolbar is suggesting some ways to finish this sentence based on, what I’ve always believed to be, popular searches…
Is it ok to have [certain type of sex I’m not typing] without a condom? Um, no. Always use one.
Is it ok to have sex on your period? Um, I guess it depends on how cool you are with a horrible mess.
Is it ok to have sex? Seriously, you don’t have any friends you could talk to about this… like the person you want to have sex with for crying out loud? Google was a serious option?
Is it ok to have sex with [various related individuals]? I’m the last person in the world to be judgmental, but… ewwwww!!!!!!
Are you Google people serious? I give you an inch of a question and you take it on a freaking marathon! My goodness!
After seeing those questions mine seemed almost… normal. And healthy. This is not good, not good at all.
Regardless of the weird suggestions, I’m afraid to search this topic since I am at work. I’d hate to be the secretary that gets fired for (accidentally, mind you) looking at dog porn.
So I’m just going to end this blog as “The Hump Day Blog That Could’ve Been… But Wasn’t”.