It’s about time something was done about this.
The Government of New South Wales has decided to clamp down on what social scientists are claiming is a phenomenon on the verge of getting out of control.
Apparently the feminists in the province have successfully defended their right to decide for themselves in terms of whether their sexual orgasm is real or not; their right to falsify their own climax has passed the third reading and will soon become law.
In her oral defense, the champion of the cause, Mona Lottz, cited the famous case of Kramer vs. Kramer, and after that hearing the assembled members succumbed, stating that their decision is a landmark victory for women, and that it was time to give the issue a rest. Apparently three female members – backbenchers – were heard to howl upon the handing down ceremony.
To appease the male members, and also quoting Kramer vs. Kramer, men now have the same legal right, however this applies only when they are alone, and certainly not in public.
The scientists were ecstatic, claiming that these decisions will now alleviate the pressure caused by a related problem of both men and women claiming that they feel they are not getting enough sleep.
Legislators agreed, and now the house rests – A Fake Confession
Can you tell the difference?
Oh dear, that could certainly inspire the plot of an interesting short story 😉
Thanks Jeri…I’ll see what I can do to make it as long as possible! 🙂
Happy April Fool’s Day!
Oh Lawrence, that’s as raunchy as ever, and as JeryWP rightly pointed out, it could inspire a short story! Well done you!
Lol…raunchy? and here I thought I was handling the issue delicately…shows you what I know! 🙂
I’m waiting for the short story then!;)
Such pressure! . . . I’ll see what I what I can do, but for now I need to focus on finishing my novel – I really need to add one more chapter to take it to completion – and so for there is lots of faking . . . funny thing is, just about the only thing that isn’t fake are the more sensual aspects! 🙂
Exactly, wish you best of luck on your novel! 😉
Thank you . . . now I need to get some rest . . . and I think the name of the story will be, “April Fools . . .”
I’m with Jeri, WOW, that could be made into a very entertaining short story. It is worthy enough for a novel… LOL I do find stuff like this is really interesting. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
You’re welcome Susan. Now that I think about it, perhaps it is worth writing about, and I suppose I owe it to my readers to do some field research . . . maybe I should start with a phone survey?
Any ideas out there? . . . maybe I’ll re-invent that old slogan, “Let your fingers do the talking . . . or was it doing the walk?”
I can hear it now, “Your call is very important to us – please hold on while I . . . “
LOL, whatever you choose I say go for it. 😀
Too funny. You definitely have a way with playing with words. Great post for April’s Fools day. I keep forgetting that is today.
Thanks Kate . . . this is what I do instead of doodling (sometimes) . . . and I figured “Mona Lottz” had to be a dead giveaway in terms of April Fools! 🙂
Too funny. All this talk of short stories begs the question, how it would end?
Oh boy . . . just my luck, so many questions, and here comes Debra wondering about the ending, while I have no idea where to begin . . . maybe I’ll just do it all in reverse.
Now on this theme, that’s a big challenge, especially if I’m trying to keep it real. However,in this case . . . well, I suppose it doesn’t have to be a happy ending – just a sweet one?
Or is that how it’s supposed to start? Now that I think about, all I can say is that it seems all the real action happens somewhere in the middle! 🙂
Agree with Debra. Can’t wait for the ending:-)
Thanks Catarina . . . I’ll see what I can do to make it a happy one! 🙂