February 09, 2007


You may already know about this (I'm so far behind on the news and blog reading that it's not funny), but if not, and you've got a problem with split ends, then you are so in luck. Hari's, in London, has got the treatment for you: bull semen. Now don't get disgusted... it's Angus semen. As if that matters.

I would have expected Eric to come up with this one (no pun intended), but he's obviously dropped the ball sack...

UPDATE: I shoulda oughta known that one of my friends had this covered a couple of days ago...

Posted by That 1 Guy at February 9, 2007 06:55 AM | TrackBack

Hmmmm I wonder what the TSA rule is on THAT in your carry on luggage?

Posted by: Tammi at February 9, 2007 10:09 AM

Joe, please inform your female readers that I have a special offer for anyone who wishes to save on airfare to London. It may not be bull semen but I'll do as many treatments as necessary.

Cordially yours,

- zonker

Posted by: zonker at February 9, 2007 10:09 AM

Y'know T1G....my dad and I own 4 bulls at our farm in Georgia...which you just happen to have to drive through on your way home

We could always start a internet side business selling this stuff

But I'll leave the specimen gathering to your ever capable hands :)

Posted by: BloodSpite at February 9, 2007 06:46 PM

Zonker's comment needs a drink warning...

and I will ask again,

what's the difference between bull semen and semen of any other type?

Posted by: Sissy at February 9, 2007 07:43 PM

Uhhh, Zonk? Yeah, Dude, that was bull semen not bull shit.

I'm just sayin'.....

Posted by: Tammi at February 9, 2007 10:56 PM

I don't really know, Sissy. And don't forget, it's got to be Angus semen. Maybe they've got more swimmers.

Maybe that's the deal... quantity. Which leads back to the comment at Z-man's...

Posted by: T1G at February 9, 2007 11:09 PM

I had an uncle (by marriage) and cousins (his sons) that used to ranch in western Wyoming. He was on the 'cutting edge' of artificial-insemination to engineer his livestock in the late '70's - '80's. His sons used to have to help him with 'collections' - which involved a scented, manned cow-mannequin, lubricants and some kind of a rubber 'collection-sleeve'.

I wonder if he blamed himself when his middle son moved away to San Francisco to decorate window displays for Macy's. :)

Oh, and if you wouldn't mind...

Time to go take the test... You have been tagged. ;)

Posted by: Bitterroot at February 11, 2007 06:27 PM