Saturday, April 9, 2011

Sex Ed in a Modern Age

When I watched this, I laughed - out loud, scare-the-dog, tear-inducing guffaws.   Take the 10 minutes needed and enjoy this video.


  1. Oh, that was fabulous!!! LMAO!

    Loved how the daughter figured out gay sex. *he-he*

  2. That is just so wonderful - by the time I had reached the part about humans being so private, I was laughing out loud.

  3. That was so, so funny - and I particularly liked the same bit Ava liked! :D

  4. Ha! They do tend to ask in restaurants too. I think my kidlet was about 6 when she made some comment about only having one kid or something and I said why only one and she had come to conclusion that a guy was only good for one shot. Once he had a child that was it, his usefulness was served. LOL I pointed out that her friend down the street had 2 sisters and they all had the same Dad and that men's bodies could create more sperm when they needed to. :-)

    Maybe she'd put it together since she was an only and her Dad and I weren't together therefore I'd gotten rid of him once he'd done his job. Hmmm. Not too far off the truth?

  5. Kids are so awesome!

    I have an 8 year old...oh shit!

  6. I'm so glad you all enjoyed the video. It sure brightened my day!

    Ava: I liked that bit, too! I suspected it might pop up (pun intended) and wasn't disappointed.

    Juni: Anything that makes me laugh out loud (especially to the point of tears) is a winner in my book!

  7. Chris: Great minds and all that!

    Tam: My kid would bring up topics in the car, or at bedtime. (Now of course it's anytime day or night via email)

    We've always known your kidlet is perceptive :)

    Jason: Well, now you know what to do! (Or not to do...)

  8. Thank you so much! This was the best laugh of my day.

    I am so glad that I will never have to have this type of conversation. I think I'd die.

    My mom never talked to me about sex at all. When I figured it out thanks to a cousin who was thrilled to tell me about "hot dogs and buns," I knew I never wanted my mom explaining it. I did ask her once what "gay" meant. I already knew, but I wanted to see her squirm. She just said it meant "happy" and turned up the car radio.

  9. I'm glad you had a laugh, Eyre!

    My mom didn't share much with me, but I had an older sister who provided details.

  10. OMG, loved this! Thanks for sharing, Wren.

  11. Hi Sloan! Thanks for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed the lecture :)


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