The Sixty Second Sex Sensation!

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Saturday, 22 February 2014


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"It all began one night about a couple years ago and we been fighting ever since", according to what a husband told police in Newark, New Jersey as they had to come to a residence for the third time in three nights.

The officer who took care of a lot of domestic problems told Kenneth Wilson that if he got one more call, he was taking one of him in.

The event Kenneth was trying to explain to the officer happened about two years before.

Kenneth and his wife, Ethyl were having sex once again and usually it was great but Ethyl didn't want to start until she finished watching the rest of Jeopardy.

Then, right after the show they got comfortable and played around a bit and when the main event began, Ethyl began humming that theme song on the Jeopardy show, that they play during the final clue.

"It was over with in 60 seconds or less", stated Kenneth. "And now every time we start, it does the same thing."

"Have you been to a marriage Counseling?" asked the officer.

"Yes. I wore ear plugs but I can still hear it in my head."

The second officer came over and told them that Ethyl was moving in with her mom for a few weeks.

When he asked his partner what happened, he told him, "Every time this guy hears 'do do do do, do-do-do' HEY!"

"Sir, I will warn you just once. Get off that officer!"

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

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