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Wednesday, 25 August 2010

image for A plea for stories on 'ear lobes' to take us away from vaginas for a while We need volunteers to complete our 'ear lobe' study.

I am so tired of reading stories about vaginas and penis(es| and am making a plea to writers to come up with some interesting takes on ear lobes.

I have just read (or heard-I can't remember which) that if you have your earlobes made 'smaller' you will definitely look much younger.

That would mean you may be more attractive to women (you guys) before they even catch a glimpse of your nether-regions IF you go 'under the knife' and reduce the length of your ear-lobes.

This must surely be true. Just take a look at all those 'old actors' on t.v. and movies. Their ear-lobes are absolutely huge and almost reach their chins. Jack Clugman (RIP), Dick Van Dyke, Richard Thomas, Arnold Schwarzenneger, Clint Eastwood, George W. - to mention but a few.

I know many of you out there can ADD to this list....

This IS a sign of age..Do their ear lobes grow? Or do their heads shrink?

These are questions being asked and 'leading to studies' by the World's leading experts on this subject, Professor Pardonme Boy of the 'Unusual Ways We Age - Institution' and Professor Wotya Justsay, Head of Duteronomy 13 at Claud's Bible Institution in Hog Jaw, Arkansas.

They have embarked on a 12-month study of this phenomena and are inviting volnuteers to join them in their quest to find out, if indeed, having plastic surgery in order to reduce the size of earlobes, is indeed attractive to the opposite sex.

Not having actually met Mark Lowton face to face...I am just going by photos I have seen on site...and it would seem that he does not have to worry about his ear-lobes YET! I, however, would advise him to keep an eye on his ear-lobes because you just never know when the will 'take over'.

If you wish to be a part of this study....please contact Lady Godiva @ The Spoof as SHE has a vested interest in this study and promises NOT to ridicule or Spoof, any person who comes forward to take part in this study, unless you have absolutely humongous lobes which cannot be operated on. (Sorry about the dangling participle! Also - do NOT believe everything you read here!)

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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