Is she a goer? Nudge, nudge. Know what I mean? Know what I mean? Is she a goer? Does she go? Does she go? Ay, Ay, does she go? I bet she does! I bet she does! Nudge, nudge.
Of course, as any fan of Monty Python knows, in this famous humorous skit set in a pub, a sex-starved Eric Idle insistently pesters a stiff-lipped stranger (Terry Jones) about his wife. Jones reluctant admission that his wife does indeed "go" entices Idle all the more, and as he pursue his questioning of Jones we sense Idle can only imagine what "going" must be like.
Many male followers of the US Supreme Court can sympathize with Idle, as they have for a long time held their own fantasies about sex-kitten Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Until now, their apparitions of Ruthie (as she is known among peers) wearing only a red thong and pasties have been frustrated by her ever-present black rope. But in a shocking revelation by Smoking Gun.com, we now know that Justice Ginsberg likes to spend her personal time working incognito as a model for a company that specializes in revealing lingerie. And as more and more of her model photos are released, it is apparent to all who see them that Ruthie is every bit as suited for modeling lingerie as she is at deliberating the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obama Care).
SCOTUS Justice Anthony Scalia seemed bemused but not surprised at Ruthie's surreptitious life. "I always knew there just had to be more to Ruthie. She is always so distracted from her work. Perhaps now we know why," he said. Justice Kennedy agrees, saying "This must be her real calling. I've long suspected that long hours of interpreting our Constitution have been a very great frustration to her. At times, it even shows on her otherwise naturally smooth, pearlescent face." Rookie Justice Elena Kagen was publicly less forthcoming, but a close friend says she is extremely envious of Ginsberg's voluptuous physique and glowing complexion and that she is not surprised by the spicy revelation.
Now that the cat is out of the bag, Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner has revealed that he and Ginsberg have had a "long go of it." He hinted that he will now seek her approval for a photo spread in his magazine aimed at mature audiences.