11 November 2009

Note To Young Girls

Never do anything you would be ashamed to tell your grandparents about. On your mother's side. At least until after you graduate from college. Even then, make sure it doesn't end up on any recordable media.

Keep in mind that, should you ignore the advice above, anything you do can and will end up on YouTube so your children will see it. Or worse yet, your child's nemesis in high school. (Think about how you would feel if your bitchy enemy found a video of your mother in a compromising situation.)

And yes, that boy that you think is so dreamy, the one that you Looooovvvveeee!!!!!!! really will sell that video for a million clams, or really will post it on the net (that's a not quite SFW Google search, BTW) to show all of his buds what a dirty whore you are after you dump him for being a complete pig.

Act accordingly.

UPDATE: And now it seems that there may be as few as eight and as many as 20 of these tapes. There's a phrase for this, ladies. It's called "Head Smashing Stupidity".

HT: Ace of Spades HQ and Pat Dollard.

4 comments:

Matt G said...

It gets still more viral when you Sext your significant other with the little video that you made on your cell phone. Do you really think he's going to delete that? Do you want to trust that, in the entire future of EVER, he or whoever finds his phone will never forward that little gem that you sent him?

Larry said...

Good point Matt, I had forgotten about that little fad.
Bottom line, video is forever these days.
Thanks for dropping by!

Brigid said...

The lady that used to cut my hair in a very small town once confessed that she had been in Playboy, 20 years prior, and she lived in terror that her very conservative Christian husband and her boys would find out.

I have a wide number of VERY unflattering pictures of me taken by friends out there, bad hair, sunburn, an extra 30 pounds, but at least I can say there's nothing my Dad would lose sleep over.

Larry said...

That's the way it should be Brigid.
I wrote this post for my two nieces, ages 16 and 14, who are getting to right about the stage in life where they may be pressured/tempted to do stupid things. I hope they will listen to their slightly crazy uncle.
Their grandparents on their mother's side, BTW, are both ordained Evangelical ministers.
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