MILF, MALF, MOLF

I enjoy this paragraph entirely too much to leave it off this blog.

“Oh, but that’s labeling! Calling her a MILF is labeling, too. Moreover, it’s conjecture; we don’t know for sure that “I” would “L” to “F” her; maybe “T”hey would L to F her in which case she would be an MTLF, which is hard to pronounce; or it might be “W”e who would L to F her, which would make her an MWLF, also hard to pronounce. Obviously “I” makes the best acronym. But the party wishing to F the M might be Aaron (or Anita), making her a MALF; or Eric, or Eloise; making her a MELF; or Eric and Eloise, making her a MEELF; or Orville or Uri, making her a MOLF or a MULF, which sounds like something that tunnels under your soil, or that you sprinkle around trees. And if Orville and Uri both would L to F her, then she’s a MOULF, which just sounds obscene.” (From salon.com)

Personally I am not sure why I was reading the above piece as I am not really all that interesting in letters for help but the above paragraph is a gem of written language in my opinion.

~ by Nathaniel on January 16, 2008.

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