Monday, November 21, 2011

TMI Tuesday....





A Mr. Richard Smoker from Bendover Connecticut asks..

"Dear Mr. Knowitall, I'm doing a term paper on Freedom
of Speech, and I'm wondering, do you know of any words that
CANNOT be spoken in public"?

Dear Richard...Of course I do!!
In fact, I'm giving you a word so vile and disgusting, that
you will actually resent me for even making you
aware of this word! It should never be uttered aloud. It should
never be thought of. That word is...Felch!
In fact, it's so disgusting that I can't bring myself to
even give you the definition...Google it!

(WARNING: If you puke...Don't Blame Me!)
Mr. Knowitall grows weary and queasy just thinking of Felching.
If this ain't TMI, I don't know what is....Good Evening.

P.S. If you already know the meaning of Felching. Shame on You!

17 comments:

Brian Miller said...

smiles.

Margaret said...

... I'm considering looking this word up and something tells me it ISNT as innocent as the "greeting card" drawing you have here...

Mama Zen said...

Ewww! That's almost as bad as santorum!

G-Man said...

MZ...Tsk Tsk Tsk...

G-Man said...

Margaret...Just never mind.

Brian...?

Margaret said...

...curiosity killed the cat... :\ And yes, G-Man, we need to question Brian's "smiles"!!

MIke Kilgore said...

Hmmmm-I miss ya G-dude!

Akum said...

Dude its freaking disgusting.... This is really a freaky word...

Akelamalu said...

Yep I looked it up and Yep I'm feeling sick!

the walking man said...

Can't be any worse or less fun than Googling Santorum.

the walking man said...

http://youtu.be/zX0XVEmwlfs

G-Man said...

Equally disgusting Mark and Mama Zen.
Both of you should have no knowledge of that word as well!!

Caty said...

gross..that may have just put a stop to my "need to know so I google everything" addiction!

lime said...

yeah, i googled....during lunch....curiosity killed....the appetite

Craig said...

Hmmmmmm. . . I'd swear I've heard other words used for the same action. . . at least as applied to heterosexuals. . .

I'm wondering if there's any connection between the verb and Alpheus Felch the (possibly eponymous?) one-time governor/senator from Michigan? (Well, he did teach at the UM Law School. . .)

I'm so proud of my home state!

Craig said...
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Craig said...

And hey, it says here that Alpheus Felch and his wife had five sons and three daughters. . .

What a guy!