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February 17, 2013


California man is in love with his blow-up dolls, would marry his dragon called Lila

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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That's it Mark, blame your mother.

♪ Well, I left home just a week before
And I'd never ever kissed a dragon before
But Lila smiled and took me by the hand
And said, "Dear boy, I'm gonna make you a man"

Well, I'm not the world's most physical guy
But when I squeezed her tight I nearly broke her spine
Oh my Lila, L-I-L-A, Lila, La-La-La-La-Lila...

Mark, whose surname is not revealed, says he turned to the inflatables for love he claims he never received from his mother.
Maybe he should walk up the basement stairs and ask his mother if she loves him.
I can understand people having quirks and being sightly nuts. What I don't understand is why they feel the need to go public and let everyone know they're crazy.

That Orca doesn't look very happy.

Clankie, that's because she knows she's not the real object of his affection. And the next time Mark leaves the house, that dragon is going DOWN.

cindy, the answer to your question is that they have Andy Warhol syndrome, the belief that everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes so why not me, NOW?

This explains Kate Gosselin and the Kardashians.

Dude sounds like a real basketcase. I'd say he needs to go out and find a girlfriend, but that would mean there would be a girl willing to put of with his insanity.

This "addiction" would have me on pins and needles.

Makes me think of the punchline to an old joke:

"After I bit her on the ass, she farted, and flew out of the window"

With God as my witness, I thought that was a valve stem!

Full time blow-up job.

PB. Les could probably use a spare band aid, but I think Mr. Carlson is the one owed the apology? You had me there for a moment.

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