If i were a sex superhero

i would not be:
the energizer bunny;
i work hard,
but i do not last.
i would not be:
a stallion;
i might buck,
but only a $6.50.
i would not be:
a stud-muffin;
bran, oat, and raisin
lacks attention.
i would not be:
the karma sutra;
regardless of position,
i go in all the same.
i would not be:
the BDSM;
i don’t think
pain is pleasure.
i would not be:
freely swinging;
more than one
is too much.
i would be:
give what i can;
to not strive
is to be selfish.
i would be:
put you first;
all the more reason
to come second.
i would be:
save room;
i like to eat
out for dessert.
i would be:
listen;
responding accordingly
to your body language.
i would be:
take any view;
as long as you
feel comfortable.
i would be:
never invade;
consent is
key to your lock.
finally,
i would be:
myself;
in hopes that
that is enough.

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Get your hand off my weiner.

Yes you read correctly. I was absolutely shocked by such an action. What disregard to ones own personal space. I was so offended that I lashed out. I freaked, but come on, who wouldn’t? It all started while I was at a baseball game. Surprise. I was about to take a bit of my hot dog when a pigeon decided to intercept my pass. Yeah, a pigeon, those flying shit rats needed extermination. Oh, did you think something else? No, my penis was fine. My uncle was taking care of that. I was more concerned with the 2$ I spent on a hot dog that was being attacked by pigeons. Ha  ha, that tickles. Easy with the nibbling.

Seriousness deflated

This is a minor post, on the brink of re-posting someone elses work. Click the link and be transported to beautifully shot photography paired with equally suited typography. The humor is contrasted against the seriousness of the photography, adding to the overall appeal. Upon dissection of each composition, it’s clear to see design elements in play, ranging from the typeface choices and its colour to the position of the type on the photograph. It is one way of taking the edge off a knife and turning it into a banana.

Illustrated observational humor done by a cynic

In some ways, besides the sharp colours, clean illustrations and the sharp wit, I somewhat find some truth within these observations. Although it might not be Truth, it holds it’s weight during this generation. Eduardo Salles is an advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School and he is the one responsible for these illustrated observations. I’d like to say more, but I’ll refrain from trying to make what I think out of his idea. It boils down to anyone who appreciates a stylish and contemporary critique on modern life, assuming your modern life coincides with the content depicted. To see his work, click here.

Looking to laugh, look here

I wanted to add this into the mix because I felt it necessary to make my blog design oriented, yet not so stiff and serious. The artist of these illustrations, who by chances happens to be a  graphic designer, Glenn Jones, takes two similar or completely opposite subjects/topics, and grounds them in something relatable to each portrayed subject/topic, or to something experienced in everyday life. It’s a visual display of observational humor in some respect. Whatever you want to call it, it is pretty darn funny. The aesthetic, in my opinion, is slick, clean and crisp, much like that of the artists humor. Check out the link here and here. The first link is the initial showcase of this artists work on the website, Twisted Sifter, and the second link, well it’s the second mention of the artist.