Saturday, June 27, 2009

It doesn't really happen. Ever.

The Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO) has an article about Iroquois park building a phallus-shaped hill in the park and putting in new bathrooms with larger stalls to attract gays back who are moving into the Highlands. It's all a joke, of course, meant to lampoon the stereotype about the gay penchant for conducting intimate relations in public parks and bathrooms.

We know this never happens in real life. And if you want to confirm that it doesn't happen, then, don't go to the public restrooms at Millenium Park in Boyle County in the middle of the day during the week.

You won't notice anything unusual. Promise.


Anonymous said...

I think you are an expert on this topic.

Anonymous said...

The Page One gals hold their weekly editorial meeting there every Wednesday at two.