Sexual Sidhe-Effects [Re: Elvish ideas ...]
|From:||Mark J. Reed <markjreed@...>|
|Date:||Monday, July 28, 2003, 16:13|
I hadn't been following this thread, but a lone message came in when
I had a moment, so I thought I'd read it. Not quite what I expected. :)
I realize that the neverending thread is something of a tradition here,
but I don't think the occasional Subject: change is out of order
when a branch has wandered so far from the root. And I think discussions
of how to restore male sexual function are pretty far from ideas for
designing an Elvish language - even when the loss of such function was
occasioned by sexual contact with an Elf. So I have taken the liberty
of introducing a new subject line; I hope you like it.
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 08:43:06AM -0700, Costentin Cornomorus wrote:
> > > desperate need of viagra (or worse, an
> > > implant).
> > Viagra doesn't always work,
> I know. It doesn't do anything all by itself
> anyway - it does require some desire on the part
> of the man.
> > and as for implants, I can tell you
> > they are a mixed blessing,
> Tell me about it! Delicate and complicated pieces
> of machinery, difficult to implant, with very
> risky surgery (due especially to the nerves in
> the region of where the thing goes in) and a
> difficult recovery process. They are also
> irreversible - you _can't_ decide later that you
> want them out.
> > but certainly not an unmixed curse.
> Having helped put one in a man, I think I can
> definitely say that (personally) I could do
> without the sex. [At this point, there's almost
> no operation I would _willingly_ undergo.]
> Hence my point: if sex with an Elf leave you in
> these desparate straights, it may well be not as
> worthwhile as sex with a human and the risk of
> babies, shotgun marriages, etc.
> Ne savem rhen cong quen dormises l' Etang; mays ieo savem que ne dormises
> rhen di sol?z.
> -- per tradici?n Ewrnor