Thursday, February 05, 2009

Is that spam in your pants or are you just happy to see me?

From the hide-the-kids department:

Question a female friend posed:
Does the large amount of spam for "male enhancement" indicate that most men have small penises?

My response:
Don't be fooled into thinking it's as simple as the ones sending the spam somehow benefit from men believing they need a larger penis. Really, they're altruistically trying to make the world a better place.

As George Carlin noted, the real reason for war: Fear that the enemy is better endowed. (And the only recourse when you have the smaller penis: "Bomb them!")


(Transcript of the track in question from George's comedy album with this bit, for those who don't like to watch video:

Ostensibly it's about playing on male insecurity, but really it's about ensuring world peace. Because no man who perceives himself as having a large penis would start a war.

And if it takes some scam breakthrough of science to make bigger that "special part of the male anatomy," we should consider those who seek to alert men about the availability of such an amazing product to be doing something to be applauded.

Frankly, we should all do our part and forward such messages to everyone in our address book. Unless you want more wars.


And now you know.


  1. "Because no man who perceives himself as having a large penis would start a war."

    Like "Dick" Cheney?



So, what do you think?