Wednesday, July 25, 2007

When you can't even remember whose night it is much less perform

I’ve never seen HBO’s Big Love but my ex just sent me its complete first season DVD. (Men... I have no idea what he’s suggesting, honestly.) I wasn’t even aware of this show as I’m pretty sure they’re not showing it here yet in Far Away Land. So, of course, I looked it up and...

*Gasp* I’m sorry? Eau de Polygamie??? *confused* Surely, there’s been a mistake. Er, right? :/ Hmmmm. In any case, I looked for more...

Polygarol? A polygamist Viagra??? “You can’t even remember whose night it is. How can you be expected to perform?” WTF... This simply CANNOT be true! But good lord in heaven, I clicked the video and saw this!

Did you hear what one of the wives confides? “With Polygarol, we can finally get that fourth wife we’ve been talking about.” I burst into uncontrollable laughter until I was crying it’s no wonder my mom said, “Harry Potter again? That boy is a maniac.” LMAO *wiping tears from my eyes*

Well, I suppose I can understand. :P Polygamy isn’t easy. Women have to set themselves apart from all his other wives, while men have to keep up. I mean, if you’re dipping your stick into multiple pools and are expected to satisfyingly give every one of them “ripples and waves,” *tsk* buddy, you and your “little buddy” are going to need some help! Aye! I suggest you talk to your doctors about Polygarol but—oh ho ho, my good man—do remember what the disclaimer in the video tells us: *ahem* *quick-spoken deep voice* “Polygarol is not right for everyone. Doses may vary depending on amount of wives per household.” ;)


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15 comment(s):

Blogger Ladybug said...

Polygarol. LOL! I like the way it resembles an actual Viagra commercial. The guy even throws a football! Hilarious.

7/25/2007 03:34:00 PM  

Blogger Petra said...

LOL. Love the Polygarol one. I don't understand the difference between polygamy and polyamory? Is there even a difference? I'm beginning to think it's all the same...

7/25/2007 04:33:00 PM  

Blogger Harlot said...

I don't understand polygamy either. What do you do with jealousy? Or you're not allowed to feel that the man is yours or whatever because technically he isn't?

I don't think i can live as wife number 2 or wife number 3. :/ Too complicated. But i think the worst part of polygamy is that i would have to share the man i love and actually permit him to love someone else. That would slowly kill me. :(

7/25/2007 05:32:00 PM  

Blogger Mailyn said...

OMG that was hilarious! Where DO you find this stuff?!?!

I can't believe I missed the Andrew post! Love him. He's just so yummilicious!

7/25/2007 07:05:00 PM  

Anonymous Ollenska said...

OMG, how funny!!!!

I have never seen Big Love but these fake ads rock. "Doses may vary depending on amount of wives per household". Hahahaha!


7/25/2007 07:41:00 PM  

Anonymous Rain said...

I love these faux ads. I didn't know what to expect with Big Love but it has been very interesting as it has evolved. The more I watch it, the more I see how difficult it is to make it work for both the man and women. There are too many personalities, too many needs, too little time and too many age differences.

I admire them for trying to make it work and am actually beginning to see it as another way to define a family. Now that surprises me! Although I'm not a particularly judgmental person I could never see anything good for women in pleural marriage. This show has changed my mind a little, just a little.

I would go crazy under these circumstances but I would also go nuts in a regular two person marriage that was male controlled and dominated.

7/25/2007 08:56:00 PM  

Anonymous donna said...

would like to respectfully request that we move on from this topic. it just annoys the shit outta me.
i might watch when all the wives have lovers (or other husbands) and are plotting the husband's death. but then i've only seen commercials. and they annoy me. but i've said that already.
the polygarol commercial: are we supposed to notice he throws the football thru 3 tires? that pisses me off too. scowl. supposedly i have a good sense of humor. i dunno. is it wrong to want my sweetie to pine Just For Me when i'm reading HP7? I think not.

(check my calendar-what day of the month is it?) oh. never mind. sorry to disturb.

7/26/2007 09:00:00 AM  

Blogger Isabella said...

LOL! Hilarious.

A relationship between two persons is hard enough already, what more when there are 4, 5, 6 people in it?

7/26/2007 12:50:00 PM  

Blogger Petra said...

Donna, I agree with you on this stand. Why can't the wives have other husbands too? But I think polygamy is just an excuse by insecure men who would otherwise have to pay prostitutes to get laid. And really, what do women benefit from polygamy?

7/26/2007 02:16:00 PM  

Anonymous donna said...

thank you. here, have a dove's dark chocolate.

he does have that lameass look on his face doesn't he.

just think, any time i wanted to get a pedicure, i would have to split it with the other wives. two toes each or something.

7/26/2007 02:58:00 PM  

Blogger Jolie said...

I am not into polygamy or polygyny but in a society where there is resource inequality amongst men, women can share a wealthy man. That's a benefit I guess. Because under monogamy, they have no choice but to marry a poorer man.

7/26/2007 03:28:00 PM  

Blogger Jordis Juice said...

Jolie, I think that's a twisted reasoning. :-P

Love the fake ads! LOL!

7/26/2007 08:10:00 PM  

Anonymous ~Cassie~ said...

I like this show and the fake ads. They did the same thing with Six Feet Under but Big Love's ads are hilarious.!

7/26/2007 08:28:00 PM  

Blogger Lorelei said...

OMG! That was hilarious!

Freedom is freedom. But you know what bothers me most about polygamy? Some men use their religion as an excuse for behavior that shouldn't be tolerated.

The most glorious relationship is between one man and one woman. As they say, yin, yang, joined as one.

7/26/2007 09:57:00 PM  

Blogger Harlot said...

Is polygamy legal in the US? I know that people who are not breaking any laws (and i don't mean religiously based repression laws like illegalize homosexuality), and are doing no harm to others, they should be permitted to do what they want. But haven't you noticed that polygamy flourishes in primitive, male-dominated societies where women have little freedom and are dependent on men? It's usually in places where inequalities of wealth allowed some men to acquire several wives while others had none.

I don't see polygamy working in a modern society where women have equal access to education and independence, and an equal male-female ratio. Honestly, will you welcome competing wives or voluntarily becoming a second, third, or fourth wife? No way!

7/27/2007 01:00:00 PM