Kissing. You Do It Wrong.

I didn’t say that. An ad on the sidebar of some web-site I was on said it so don’t kill the messenger.

I personally take an exception to such things so naturally, I had to check it out.  I should know better but I’m a really slow learner. Not to mention I’m always on the prowl for blog material.

I clicked on the link and it took me to a sign-up page for something called MyDailyMoment.  I assume if I signed up I’d get a daily tip on how to be a good kisser like don’t use teeth and if your lover offers you a mint, take it and helpful stuff like that.

Nah. It wasn’t nearly as interesting as the other ads on the same sidebar. And I have to say, they asked some pretty compelling questions and really made me think.

Like…130 Hot Girls In the Mirror who asked: Who doesn’t stand in front of a mirror and take a picture of themselves wearing sexy lingerie every once in a while and post it on the internet? Hmmm…I’ll have to think about that one. Oh, yeah, I almost forgot.  I was the 999,999th visitor to this site and I WON!  I decided against clicking through to claim my whatever-it-was prize which was probably an industrial-sized can of internet spam or a free month on

Or there was this….15 Suspicious Adult Film Star Deaths where I read about a dwarf porn-star who bore a striking resemblance to Gordon Ramsey who was found half-eaten in an underground badger’s den.  Hoax? Or is someone trying to erase all record of his life?

And last but certainly not least: Hilarious Sexual Harassment Stock Photos that begged the question…Is it acceptable to stick your hand under your co-worker’s skirt as she bends over to retrieve a Diet Coke from the vending machine ?

I’m think NO, unless, of course it had been a vending machine located at a truck stop in West Virginia and instead of a Diet Coke it was a Mountain Dew which, thinking stereotypically?  The groper and grope-ee are both hillbillies and therefore don’t know no better.

Man, oh, man. What I learned from taking the time to check out those ads has truly made me a better, smarter and more politically correct individual.

Thanks World Wide Web! Where would I be without you?