Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I'll ask you

I've been asking people this question lately and I want to hear from you: How do you wang chung? What is wang chunging? What sort of time frame and commitment is involved in this sort of thing and how many people does it require? Is there a risk of chaffing?

Is there such a thing as pet circumcision?

Why are there so many songs about rainbows? No, why do people say that, and then upon further inspection, you find that there really aren't--that there are more songs about rainy days--yet, people still sing that damn "Rainbow Connection" with total blind faith that Kermit the Frog is not a lying sack of green shit?

Let me hear your thoughts on these.

FYI: Bigfoot is completely covered in thick hair with the exception of his genitals and crack. He likes those to be clean shaven.

7 comments:

Jay said...

I sometimes wang chung 3-4 times a day. Mostly when my wife isn't paying enough attention to me though. And chaffing is a VERY serious risk, so come prepared. Or prepare to come prepared, as it were.

Christielli said...

Kermit must be trusted implicitly 'cuz he knows that it's not easy being green.

The Grunt said...

Jay~ Your version of Wang Chunging sounds delightful, dangerous, and depraved.

Christielli~ It isn't easy being green. I know, because I once colored myself green with a marker when I was a little kid.

Julie Schuler said...

Sir, I will not tolerate another word against Kermit.

NYD said...

I only Wang Chung when I am in the mood to Live and Die in L.A.

If I had a pet frog I would abso-fuckin-lutely briss the bastard.if he were Kermit green and have to give it a second thought if he were pink.

Ya know what? Everyone's having fun tonight! Go for the Wang dang a doodle...

The Grunt said...

Julie~ I had no idea that you felt so strongly about Kermie.

NYD~ I love your comments, man!

Jules said...

Do you know that about Bigfoot because you saw him in one of your cave expeditions?