A Bull Of A Boner

bullofabonerOk–

Yes, I know.

I’m guilty.

I use both ambiguity
and innuendo in my blogs once in a while.

Hey-
What’s wrong
with an occasional one
double entendre,
anyway,
huh ?

Sometimes,
it’s sorta accidental,

– and sometimes,
maybe not so much.

I do love to use ’em,
though,
and I guess
it shows.

But it’s not like
I invented it, man.contagious

This kind of language play
goes way, way back —

Homer’s “Odyssey”
had examples of it.

So did “Lysistrata”
by Aristophanes —

They certainly were responsible
for Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales”big
having such a racy reputation,

— even back in the 14th century.

And the ole Bard ,
— ya know,
William Shakespeare–

mighta been considered just another hack,

if he hadn’t relied
heavily on puns like:

In ‘Henry V’:

“Pistol’s cock is up,
And flashing fire will follow.”

.

In ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’:holdout

But I might see Cupid’s fiery shaft
Quenched in the chaste beams of the watery moon.”

or:

“I kiss the wall’s hole, not your lips at all!”

or:

“I’ll ride your horse
as well as I ride you.”play

.

In ‘Romeo and Juliet’:

“O Romeo, that she were,
O that she were an open-arse
And thou a popp’rin’pear.”

.

In ‘Hamlet’:

HAMLET- Lady, shall I lie in your lap?
OPHELIA- No, my lord.
HAMLET- I mean,
my head upon your lap?

OPHELIA- Ay, my lord.
HAMLET- Do you think
I meant country matters?rebus

OPHELIA- I think nothing, my lord.
HAMLET- That’s a fair
thought to lie between maids’ legs.

OPHELIA- What is, my lord?
HAMLET- Nothing.

.

Or from ‘Twelfth Night’ :

“By my life, naughty
this is my lady’s hand

these be her very C’s,
her U’s and her T’s

and thus makes she
her great P’s.”

.

And in modern times,

there were celebrities
who made a living
making jokes like that.

.

— Mae West:
“Marriage is a fine institution,
but I’m not ready for an institution”

.

and,edition

— Groucho Marx:
“She got her good looks from her father. He’s a plastic surgeon.”

.

Both Groucho and Mae
were past masters of the
double entendre.

Almost anything they said
could be interpreted in
more than one way. sparker

Hence the ‘double’ in …

Oh well,
you get the idea.

These things can be built on simple puns,
or turns of phrase.

They can be based on
antonyms,
synonyms,
homonyms…..

Hell,
any kind of ‘nym’ you want.

Best of all,line
once you get good at it,
you can take just
about anything
and make a
double entendre out of it.

And,
of course,
double entendres
don’t HAVE to be dirty.

(Awwww—-
— you’re just
no fun any more. )

Me,
I just like ’em better
when they’re dirty.

Remember-  milk
Celibacy can be a very hard thing.

Or as Zsa Zsa Gabor once observed:

“A man in love is incomplete until he has married.
Then he’s finished.”

Ahem.

So today,

I thought
I would slide
some interesting double entendre cards in on you…

You know,
….. run ’em up the flagpole,
and see who salutes.

HOY!

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10 thoughts on “A Bull Of A Boner

  1. Love the Shakespeare and the quotes!
    I love double entendre and innuendo and dirty-minds and 😀
    Love the card of Tommy and his gal! 😉 😛
    HUGS!!! 🙂
    PS…when I finally stopped thinking about a boner, I was able to read and comment this post. 😀

  2. Paloma says:

    Hooray for Henry … bet he always finds the way home 🙂

  3. Love this post 🙂 Shakespeare and sex, two of my favorite things!!

  4. A Pussy is fun to play with. Meow….

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