6.22.2007

Cock Rock

Yes, there really is a Chimney Rock (right here in North Carolina)! Yes, it really is the most phallic rock in existence.






But I don't think it deserves handcuffs. The hot babe beside it...perhaps...


And I'm still irritated by yellow books. Do these really sell well? What's the rational? "I have a one color palette to work with. I think I'll pick...YELLOW!"

Ahhhhh, S and M, hot babe with no head...could you ask for a better Phallic Phriday?

9 comments:

DocTurtle said...

Regarding the sales potential of yellow, ask Springer-Verlag, whose premier line of mathematics texts is splashed liberally with a bright, bold lemony color. So recognizable is this color that they have an annual sale they dub the "Yellow Sale." It's a big thing in the math world.

Maughta said...

Yes, DocTurtle is correct. We have many a yellow Spriger text cluttering our house (totally clashes with all my Young Adult and Fantasy novels, thank you very much). But no-one ever said mathematicians made sense. Or were stylish (quite the opposite, in fast)!

SecretMargo said...

Cliff Notes are also bright yellow, for whatever reason. Caution: You are about to get a C on your book report!

Is there something wrong with me that this cover makes me think of circumcision?

Anonymous said...

Chimney Rock is nothing. Try Rooster Rock (formerly known as Cock Rock) in the Columbia Gorge:

http://www.summitpost.org/images/original/95059.JPG

another josh said...

And what about those freaky fingers on her hips! Are they her hands, or is someone grabbing her from behind, perhaps to keep her from falling on the giant pointy rock? If they are her hands, where did her arms go? Those handcuffs aren't going to work that well if she doesn't have any arms anymore.

Snow said...

"Chimney Rock Blues" should have blue as the accent color. Duh!

Joseph said...

Hell, I've been at the top of Chimney Rock! Fabulous views from up there.

The Absinthe-Minded Professor said...

Phallic Phriday phrightens me.

Wendebular said...

I would have to one-up your Chimney Rock with the formations in the aptly named Zemi (Love) Valley in Göreme, Turkey.

I lived in the town for a while and would go for walks here fairly often.

Loving the blog, though!