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My feelings about the pornographic PowerPoint presentation were twofold.

The first fold was in my dungarees, where my boner lay. The second’s not important right now. The Israeli degenerate facilitating the presentation had my number: he kept tracing a torah-shaped outline in my lap with his laser pointer. I pretended not to notice – I was sick of homoerotic workplace encounters, and I wasn’t going to let this one mar the clean, crisp sensation of professionalism I had felt that morning when I poured myself into the tightest pair of business cas. dungarees I could find.

"Tell me a little bit more about your xxxclusive cuntent,” I said, deflating any hopes this West Bank wanker had for settling in my occupied territories.

Date Written: February 25, 2003
Author: qualcomm
Average Vote: 3.66667

05/7/2003 scoop (5): Its always about Iz-Rye-El with you people. Geez. Give it a rest.
10/5/2004 Ol‘ Summer Sausage: this is so amazing
10/26/2004 scoop: Rip off.
10/26/2004 Mr. Pony: Of what?
10/26/2004 scoop: Aw come on, do I really need to spell it out? The whole West Bank, PowerPoint, homoerotic work place encounters, xxxclusive cuntent thing.
10/29/2004 John Slocum: I don't really like this one. I think basically it's a little too wierd and less than the sum of it's parts. Just one man's opinion. Nothing to get all fucking up in arms about. Perhaps, Summer, you could say a few words about this one.
10/29/2004 qualcomm: i'unno. what do you mean by too weird? sounds like something a middle school girl would say.
11/2/2004 qualcomm: seriously, though, i ain't gonna defend this one. it's a bunch of one-liners that i think are good. but the short has very little gravitas. you have to give it credit for not having one straight sentence in there.
11/2/2004 TheBuyer: I've read this maybe ten times, probably more, I have no idea why I can't rate it.
11/2/2004 John Slocum (3): you can't rate it cause it sounds like it should be good, but sucks.
11/2/2004 TheBuyer (3): That's it, that's the ticket, thanks man!
05/15/2012 qualcomm: Time has not been kind to this one. Who would have thought, Slover's analysis was dead on. This is all backward fruit.