Thursday, December 14, 2006

The father's guide to bluffing your way out of your kids questions

Parents fear the day when their kids questions start to progress from "where does santa come from?" to "where did I come from?"

Here's a piece of valuable advice. Ignore all that politicaly correct bullshit from child psychologists about being frank and honest with your children, and simply bluff your way out of embarassment.

Scrotum? That's a small planet near Uranus. Diaphragm? Simple, it's a geometric figure. And Herpes was a Greek god. A fallopian tube is part of the TV set and anus is the Latin word for "year". Testicles are found on an octopus, Phallus was a city on the Nile, masturbate is used to catch large fish, vagina is a medical term used to describe heart trouble, and Kos is a Greek island.


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