A cold shower has been said to curb peak sexual appetite, simply by reducing the amount of testosterone levels in men and estrogen levels in women. There is simply no proven basis for this belief, and in fact, an English study for Thrombosis has shown that a cold shower actually stimulates libido by increasing hormone levels. The end result is even more sexual excitement than was first started with. Take heart all ye anxiousladies and gentlemen, as I hear a ball peen hammer and wooden plank still does wonders for destroying ones sexual appetite.
…and my buddies and I were taking a shuttle back to the BART station. We lined up and waiting to get out of the parking lot of the amphitheater and everyone was looking out the window. In one of the parking spots, there was an old Winnebago with a ladder going up the back to the roof. A guy climbed to the top of the ladder and was walking around on the roof when he suddenly fell, about fifteen feet, right onto the asphalt. He sort of struggled to get up but was obviously in pain. Everyone on the bus was shocked and was silent.
A young man with bloodshot eyes turned around and asked the entire bus, “Oh SHIT!!! Did everyone see what I just saw?”
Everyone was still shocked and silent.
“That was METAL!!!” he shouted while making devil horns with both hands.
Everyone cheered and the bus got into gear and drove out of the lot.
Samuel Alexander Mudd I, M.D. (December 20, 1833 – January 10, 1883) was an American physician who was convicted and imprisoned for aiding and conspiring with John Wilkes Booth in the 1865 assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. He was pardoned by President Andrew Johnson and released from prison in 1869. Despite repeated attempts by family members and others to have it expunged, his conviction has never been overturned.
His actions produced the expression “his name is Mudd,” signifying utter disgrace.
The Celebration of Light starts tonight in Vancouver, so I’m going to get a little more than drunk, do some mushrooms, go find a un-populated spot on a hillside, and wish I had someone to share it with.