Jimmy Puts His Boner in a Hooker to Save His Comedy Act in South Park Episode 907, “Erection Day”

The South Park Elementary Talent Show is on the horizon and in classic Jimmy fashion, Jimmy plans on performing some of his hilarious stand-up comedy. However, he’s begun getting erections at the most inopportune times and has no idea how to curb his trouser-snake’s enthusiasm. In short, he’s terrified of popping wood while doing stand-up in front of the whole school.

Jimmy tries all he can think or and asks advice from his friends, including Butters, who tells him that he has to stick his penis in a girl’s vagina until warm milk comes out in order to get rid of his boner. Brilliant advice!

Jimmy begins by asking girls on dates, taking them to Italian restaurants and then asking them if he can, in effect, stick it in. Eventually he tries a hooker, and when he treats her nice, taking her out because he doesn’t recognize the difference between a hooker and a date, he ends up battling her former pimp for her loyalty. It’s quite a situation.

By the end, does Jimmy get rid of his boner in order to perform his stand-up comedy? I guess you’ll have to watch to find out.

What did you think? What was your favorite part?

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Topical Tuesday: Should You Be Able to Return Bad Books as Faulty Merchandise?

What!? I had no idea that this was even a question in the minds of people who read. It was recently brought to my attention by my good friend and fellow author, Chandler (whose thoughts on this matter I’m sure will be better than mine and available on her blog). Apparently, some book in a “Twilight” series wasn’t what people were hoping for and a lot of them are trying to return it and get their money back.

Whoa.

Buying books is like going to Vegas: it’s a gamble and if you don’t like the results, try getting a hooker. Some books are bad. Dare I say, more are bad than good, but the moment you buy it and put the words into your head, you’ve gotten what you paid for: those words, no matter your opinion of them.

I believe that the problem in this Twilight case was that people loved the first books in the series and were unsatisfied by the most recent one. You know what? Deal with it. The author obviously did a good enough job to convince you to get this one so hat’s off. We can’t win them all.

Should you get your money back for a bad movie? I wish! What if it was the fault of one actor? Should I always get my money back when I see Ben Affleck movies? NO! I should deal with it because I took the gamble. Movies and books can suck. That’s the way of the world: filled with opinions.

If you’re worried a book won’t be good or if you think you should have the right to read without paying then start using the library more often. That’s what the system is for.

Returning books because they’re bad….ridiculous.

Do you have an opinion on this matter? Have you ever returned a bad book? What’s the worst book you ever read? What did you do when you were finished reading it?

For another Topical Tuesday topic, click HERE. To read about how Ben Affleck sucks and ruins movies I should get my money back for, click HERE.

And don’t forget to check out Chandler’s blog for her thoughts on this matter HERE.