The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Sunday, March 25, 2012



I recently stopped by a friend's house. As we sat down, his wife walked by with a towel wrapped around her head. My friend said "She just had to wash her hair. She was outside, and a bird dropped a big bomb on her head. Disgusting, isn't it?"

Disgusting, indeed. Who wouldn't use that very accurate word to describe such a situation? No matter what your sexual orientation is, anyone would be appalled to be the victim of such an unfortunate surprise. However, there is a vast difference in what might happen once a person washed their hair and cleaned up.

Many people would be unhappy because they could have been preparing to go out and socialize, and bird droppings in hair means a nice haircut or styling could look less attractive after a hasty shampoo and rinse. But what role does sexual orientation play when it comes to dealing with the unexpected?

In more than a few instances, the sodomite who was understandably dismayed with having to wash bird poop out of his hair would be annoyed because it delayed or reduced his opportunities to wallow in or consume human waste and fecal matter with his fellow perverts. Why would a person be upset over a nickel-sized bird turd while anxiously and eagerly diving into much larger amounts of such filth? Once again, logic and homosexuality have nothing in common. - A.D.


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