Sunday, March 26, 2006

Ars longa vita brevis

I sent what I thought was a hilarious, jaw-dropping web site to a good friend, a real statue of a fully naked Britney Spears allegedly created as a monument to the pro-life movement (work-safe, barely) Apparently, it's a real statue, but the chances of this being a scam in the week before April Fools are quite high. Note that the gallery (not the links here) will try to install spyware when you visit, so either don't google for it, or be fully patched and ready if you do visit.

One friend who usually replies to hilarious, jaw-dropping web-sites emails did not reply. I would have sulked about this, but it's been a busy week.

When he finally did reply, he mentioned that he hadn't see my message for a few days, because it was in his spam folder: mentioning Britney Spears in email is enough to get it banned.

This made me sad, because it meant my friend also never saw my other email, with the subject "Seven Sonnets to Viagra". By convention, the titles are taken from the first lines of each poem.
  1. O Vibrant, lyrical priapism!
  2. My Zeus-like phallus thrums its mighty song
  3. Hey, got any nails you need hammering?
  4. How can you possibly say you're tired, now?
  5. No, seriously, doctor, I must get to work soon
  6. On being permanently banned from Safeway premises
  7. My mama always said: if it ain't broke, don't fix it
Remember, accept no substitutes and always use the real viagra. (work safe video, 30 seconds)


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