Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Name that Quote?

After running across this first one and snorting coffee out my nose, I've decided to collect unintentional double-entendres in literature. Here's the first two:

No wonder that in old times sperm was such a favorite cosmetic. Such a clearer! such a sweetener! such a softener; such a delicious mollifier! After having my hands in it for only a few minutes, my fingers felt like eels, and began, as it were, to serpentine and spiralize.


"Be firm, be firm, my pecker"


Any additions? (Note for the Shakespeare fans - I said unintentional. Though you can put in a Shakespeare quote or two just for fun, if they're one of the really good ones. The line that consistantly made me do the junior-high giggling thing in MacBeth: "[W]e were carousing till the second cock".

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