The good Doctor spared no effort

The campaign must go on:
"People just don't understand that softness equals ecological destruction."

"The tenderness of the delicate American buttock is causing more environmental devastation than the country's love of gas-guzzling cars, fast food or McMansions"


  1. The ensuing comments to the latest dire Greenpeace warning (they've been right so far though) emphasize the importance of softness to the American way of life AND the cultural significance of the Yankee tush (a Yiddish term by the way). These opinions are undeniable, and we must acknowledge firm cheeks stuffed into a pair of jeans have come about only since we abandoned the corncob in the outhouse.

    However I can't help but notice a distinct emphasis on the female derriere in this discussion. Perhaps the ladies have not had a chance to consider their own point of view on the care and presentation of the male counterpart. For that perspective, I might refer the reader to the accompanying photo at this entry in another rather noisy club nearby, to which our own Miss GETkristiLOVE maintains membership~~~

  2. This might be a bit off topic, but I preferred the days of the softer female form. The days of Marilyn and Jane. Barbie seemed to bring with her an emphasis on the "hard body" as the new ideal for the female form. I say burn Barbie and let's get back to a softer form for real women where a buttocks and a bust line giggled a bit when a woman walked, not to mention when a buttocks got spanked.