Saturday, October 01, 2005

Beer Goggles

But first...
A big shout-out to Meg over at Blog Cabin. I swear that she's one of the most positive, upbeat people I've ever had the pleasure to 'know'. A most excellent writer, she's funny, she has the best stories, and is a person that I wish I knew in real life.
She has a post up that you should read HERE.
She's all about spreadin' the love. (and not the nasty, slutty way that I like to 'spread the love')
Thank you, Meg, for the lovely things you say. :) I heart you.


Now, I stole this from Amanda...
Thought I'd post it as a Public Service Announcement.
Boys, you can thank me later. I'll be spreading the love. And I've got a 12-pack. ;)

Police today warned all men who frequent yacht clubs and dock parties to stay cautious when offered drinks by women.

Females are using a date rape drug called "beer" to target unsuspecting men.

This drug comes in liquid form and is available nearly everywhere.

"Beer" is used by female predators to persuade hapless male victims to go home with them.

Women need only persuade a man to consume a few of these "beers" and then ask him home for no-strings-attached sex, a simple approach that renders most men helpless.

After several "beers," men will have sex with even unattractive women.

Often men awaken with only hazy memories of the night before, a horrible headache,and a vague feeling that something bad happened.

Some really unfortunate men are even separated from their life's savings in a scam called "a relationship."

In extreme cases, females have entrapped unsuspecting males into long-term servitude through a punishment called "marriage."

Apparently, men are much more susceptible to this scam once "beer" is administered.

If you, or some man you know, have fallen victim to this insidious "beer" and the predatory women who administer it, rest assured: male support groups exist in every major city where you can discuss the ugly details of your encounter in an open and frank manner with similarly affected, like-minded guys.

For the support group nearest you, look in the Yellow Pages under "GolfCourses."
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