You are Not Funny Nor Wise

Within the last couple of days old Jack has received all sorts of fun comments and mail. My favorite recent note was sent by email. I won’t spend the time cutting and pasting the entire bit, but I will share this with you.

“…You are neither funny, nor wise. The person who asked if your wife is aware of your sexual history was right to chastise you. People like you are part of the moral decline within the U.S…..”

My friend, you warm the cockles of my heart. Of course someone as uptight as you might be offended by the use of the word “cockles.” I’d like to help you out and suggest that you review the following link which will provide further elucidation on what a cockle is or is not.

Alternatively my grandfather would be happy to sing to you about sweet Molly Malone and her fascination with cockles and mussels.

Incidentally, my grandfather is almost 91 and has a standing challenge to go three rounds with any man 95 or older. If you fit the bill I would be happy to set up the fight, I take 40% of the gate.

And if you are a younger man might I suggest finding a companion who can warm your own cockles. A good stroking, scrubbing or sucking might help to alleviate the discomfort you seem to be in. And if nothing else might I suggest you have a High Colonic to help remove the object stuck in your derriere as it is troubling you.

Toodles, or should I say toot, toot,


<Singing cockles and mussels alive,alive-o.>

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  1. Jack's Shack February 10, 2005 at 7:06 pm

    Hi Vince,

    Let me run your blog for a while and you too can receive hate mail. I rub people, some like it and some don’t. 😉

  2. vince millay February 10, 2005 at 6:46 pm

    What do I have to do to get hate mail from my blog readers? Seriously, I can’t believe people actually take the time to write an email to you, griping about something you’ve written on your blog. Um, post a comment, how ’bout. Or even better, keep surfing.

  3. Jack's Shack February 10, 2005 at 6:41 pm

    Glad to be of service.

  4. Irina Tsukerman February 10, 2005 at 6:09 pm

    That’s hilarious! I, by the way, have never heard of that expression in any context, so thanks for teaching me something new! I can now go annoy some goody-two-shoes with it! ; )

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