10.02.2008

Locusts! Frogs!



Gas crisis in NC! Economic collapse! Funny Sarah Palin videos! These are all reasons I've haven't posted recently. But today I noticed a couple of books sitting side by side that simply had to be pointed out to you, my reader, because I know you have just as dirty a mind as I have. So here's what our New Book shelf looked like today (a little early for Phallic Phriday, I know).








Looks like the buildings approve, no?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

The building that's designed ... for HER pleasure!!!

-- Feral Boy

Rex Parker said...

Does that first book have a wraparound cover with the word "OFF" on the back?

rp

Anonymous said...

One lucky guy in the bunch! Now I know why I'm single. I'm outnumbered. Maughamom

JamiSings said...

I always wondered what being naked has to do with women's empowerment.

Patrick said...

can you at least make nsfw pics underneath a link. I was at home when I saw this but if I saw it at work I'd be a little disappointed

Cobwebs said...

Geesh. I recognize that glass building. It's in London, where it doesn't clash at *all* with all the Victorian architecture surrounding it. No really.

(When my husband first saw it, he said he thought the Romulans had opened an embassy.)

writtenwyrdd said...

Unfortunate coincidence. You must have had a difficult time keeping a straight face.

Aymless said...

They really should use that building as a background for a romance cover... LOL

Agree with jamisings... Have no idea what being naked has to do with empowerment but think guys should get empowered too *wink*

herschelian said...

The building on the cover is in the City of London (London's business district equivalent to Wall St). Londoners call it The Gherkin, but the official name is the Swiss Re Building. It was finishing completion around the time of the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal, and there were many other ribald nicknames for the building at that time!

xenobiologista said...

Herschelian beat me to the building's nickname. I think it's similar to what Americans call a "pickle".