Internet Groupons Confuse Men Shopping for Massage Services

Written by P.M. Wortham

Thursday, 2 December 2010

The current rage among some Internet retailers, the group coupon or "Groupon" which is targeted at specific demographic groups, seems to be a misunderstood concept among some middle aged men.

Popping up in related Internet ads while surfing for local massage parlors, some men are making the incorrect assumption the coupon is somehow connected to the parlor, and offers some sort of "Group" massage action. One man who preferred to remain nameless, though we know him as Leon Skoobinski from an earlier news article about the interior sport of "Felching", says that he expected a two on one, or a three on one massage with perhaps a happy ending thrown in for good measure.

"It said to present this Groupon for an extra special and personal gift, so I did, but the Hunan House of Holistic Hands told me they wouldn't accept it. I want my happy ending! Or at least a peek at the goodies while I finish the job meself"

Receptionists at the colloquially known"4H Club" as well as others around the country confirm that this seems to be a common misunderstanding among men of a certain age, specifically those not too savvy on the mysterious ways of the Internet. "It takes too long to explain, so we give them a quick peek under the robe and send them on their happy way", says "4H" manager, Kim Kim.

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

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