« Say it isn't so! | Main | After The Deluge »


Catch-22 (not the good one)

by effenheimer at 04:42 PM on February 23, 2003

You know how when you're hanging from a belt in your closet spanking it and trying to finish right on the edge of passing out? Cross the line and you're dead, but the closer you get the better it feels? You've got ecstacy in one hand and the fear of humiliating death in the other. Doesn't that suck? Who's with me? Yeah! Show of hands... let's go!

comments (12)

Ah, the imagery. But yeah, death doesn't get much more humiliating that that. Maybe that's why they stopped detailing death details in obit notices.

by Anna at February 23, 2003 8:19 PM

Autoerotic Asphyxia was first brought out into the open (in our area) when a teenager died and the reporters jumped on the story.
We learned alot about it that summer and once we knew about it, it became one more thing to worry about as parents.

There's absolutely no way to talk to your kid about this without planting the idea in their heads (if they don't already know about it)

by Crayzee at February 23, 2003 8:57 PM

well... since i have no clever comments... i'll be the first to just slowly raise his hand...

by LostSoul at February 23, 2003 8:59 PM

Was actually talking about this with Eviltom the other night. Not autoerotic asphyxia, but being humiliated after death. Just think about all the little embarassing things you've got around your house (rubber vibrating vagina simulations, that 5 gigabytes of horise porn) that your family or friends will have to sort out when you die. For that reason alone, I'm planning on dying in some sort of apocalytic end of days type disaster, and it's looking like that is closer and closer to becoming a reality.

by mg at February 23, 2003 11:44 PM

Thanks for the reminder about those embarrassing things family and friends will rummage through after I'm gone.

......I should sort and toss alot of junk in case an apocalyptic end is not imminent.

by Crayzee at February 24, 2003 1:49 AM

Strangely enough, I don't really have anything that embarrassing lying around that I didn't already record over for fear that someone would accidently find it. I've only got utility p0rn around, it's pretty much the norm, nothing over the top. no magazines at all (I like my p0rn to move). I suppose my underwear is pretty embarassing, but its mostly just waistbands and memories.

by eff at February 24, 2003 10:54 AM

I sleep and talk to a Porcelain doll, who's body I modified and made an underwear and butt for her(I brought her to Israel too and dipped her feet in the Mediterranean) And I don't hide it so, I guess if I died and people had to get my stuff, they would pick up the doll and my scent would be on her, and they would weep in remembrance. Now, to comment on the other five since I've been occupied lately.

by LOCKHEED at February 24, 2003 4:16 PM

Now that I think about it, I do have a rather suspicious towel under my bed. Not to get too graphic, but if they put this thing under the light on CSU, Marg Helgenberger would fucking puke!

She's from here you know. i met her husband alan rosenberg at the casino one day. I interviewed him about this celebrity golf event they had at our casino for cancer charity. her mom is from here and had cancer, hence the conection.
here is the story on Marg's web site. I was welcomed to come back and hang with these guys, but it was summer, it was hot, I'm fat, I'm a diabetic and I just couldnt bring myself to go. I would have loved it if R Lee Ermey would have called me a miserable grabastic piece of shit. ENJOY!


by eff at February 24, 2003 6:54 PM


and here is the interview with alan rosenberg. I thought y'all might enjoy some of my more professional work.

by eff at February 24, 2003 6:56 PM

The only way to find out would be to get a oiuja board and conjure the spirits of (former Family Fued host) Ray Combs or (INXS singer) Michael Hutchense. Never tried auto-erotic asphyxiation--I just punch the clown into the sink like everyone else.

by douchenation at February 28, 2003 2:41 PM

Into the sink? I think you might be overreaching the "everyone else" part. I have never heard of that particular fixation. A friend of mine had his own bathroom when we were kids. it was kind of the basement utility bathroom but it was the best one in the house. ANYWHO, it had one of those really big wall to wall mirrors behind the sinke and large counter. Like ina public restroom. That was interesting. I didn't check the sink though.

by eff at March 1, 2003 4:09 PM

It makes for easy clean-up.

by douchenation at March 1, 2003 4:24 PM

comments are closed