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April 29, 2012


Man sues BMW for 20-month erection after bike ride

(Thanks to Mark Buckley)


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"But other than that, I liked the way it handles!"

Wait, what? A constant erection makes him unable to engage in sexual activity? I'm sure women wouldn't agree with that claim.

According to the lawsuit, Wolf wants compensation from BMW and Corbin for lost wages, medical expenses, emotional distress and "general damage."

So his general was damaged? The he should call his Major or Colonel.

Why do you think they call it a Banana seat?

He calls his little ... well, big ... friend "General" ... wonder which one of which he's thinkin' ...

Grant? Lee? Meade? Sherman? Patton?



And BMW sales shot up fueled by demand for the Prostatio 850, the Priapic 600, and the Morningwood 1000.

I wonder if the BMW can be prescribed and is covered by insurance?

A 20 month priapism? Baloney. I've seen several men come into the emergency room with this problem and a little I.V. Valium usually gets things back to normal pretty quickly. Is it wrong that I sometimes leaned over and gave them a little look while I was giving them the Valium?

n'cin' ... I've heard that a simple ... um ... well, mebbe that's a medical secret ... nevermind ...

Cool bike.

"a four-hour round-trip ride"

Caution: If your round-trip ride lasts longer than four hours, notify your urologist, mechanic, and attorney (not necesssarily in that order)

Wait a minute -- his bike's a '93, he took a ride in '10 -- what was he doing with it in the 17 years interval?

A four hour ride? Sounds like a sequel to Gilligan's Island. Gilligan's Traffic Island: tonight, Marianne and Ginger discover an unsettling but fascinating truth about the Professor.

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