Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Today's Vocabulary

With apologies to Meatloaf (known to his friends, and appreciative women, as 'Meat')


Autoeroticism:  1. (n)  Paradise by the dashboard light.

25 comments:

  1. Hmm, interesting word. I've never heard of autoeroticism before. Guess there's something I'll be able to impress my friends with on Word Mole soon!

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  2. it's been a long time since i've had any autoeroticism in my life. maybe i need some.

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  3. Good one...and the photo is perfect!

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  4. Now I'm now even more convinced to heed my wife's request for us to buy a car.

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  5. @Yeamie: Believe it or not, it's a real word. And it's kinda icky.
    @Sherilin: Neither have I. I heard a lot of great movies at the drive-in.
    @Eva: Thanks!
    @Vinny: Never buy used. Unless you use one of those CSI "blue lights" first.

    OK, Trivia Question: Does anyone know who the baseball play-by-play announcer is during the song, "Paradise By the Dashboard Light"?
    HINT: He's dead (hey, I didn't say it was a GOOD hint).

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  6. Is an empty bra in a car erotic? Somehow, I don't see it replacing the dolly bird sprawled over the bonnet.

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  7. Oh but there are stranger things out there..

    http://dirtycowgirl.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-know-nothing.html

    (Please excuse shameless blog whoring).

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  8. Does sticking my knob up a car exhaust count as autoeroticism?

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  9. Sometimes a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. Thankfully, I now have a stash of little blue pills so I don't have to work so hard!

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  10. the photo so cool. and the other.. nice info :P

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  11. @Gorilla: If it was all by itself, not only would it be not erotic, it'd be weird.
    @dirty: I will go leer (which, I think is Spanish for 'read').
    @Tony: Actually, the exhaust pipe is used for blowing the car up (you'll burn your mouth though).
    @Nancy: "little blue pills" and "don't have to work so hard".....? I like that they're in the same sentence.
    @Damon: I woulda shown where the bra came from, but I'm trying to keep this blog to PG-13. I often fail.

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  12. This is your best definition yet, Al.
    xoRobyn

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  13. Things just strike me sometimes. And sometimes they hurt.

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  14. But, sometimes they make me laugh.

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  15. Al...as you know I am a huge Meatloaf fan...I usually put ketchup and mustard in mine and I love it for sandwiches...oohhh, wait, you mean my all time favourite bad boy...

    Ah, I remember the days, the dashboards, the bases being loaded...yup...it was PARADISE! That plus some cold beer and I could go nine innings...what, what are you thinking...I'm talking about "playing ball", damn, I've got to be soooo careful about what I write - don't want things being read into it, eh, Al?

    PS - good bit of photography there Al - does Mrs. P know what you're up to, hmmm, just asking, that's all!

    Cheers, Jenny
    PEARSON REPORT

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  16. I've always known him as loaf, I guess I must have met him on that one day when he experimented with being a vegetarian….

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  17. @Jenny: My last PBTDL happened in 1986. Luckily, Mrs. Penwasser was there. I didn't even have to start without her.

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  18. I didn't even know I was partaking in auto-eroticism back in the day!!! Loved those bench seats!

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  19. That dropped allllll the way back.

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  20. I never heard of that word. Did you make it up? Hmm, a bra on the dash as opposed to a pair of panties...modern times. Luckily, I burned my bra with the onset of equality for women. I should strap a pair of boxers to my dash instead. :)

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  21. I love coming here (heh-heh) for my weekly dose of dirty. :)

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  22. @Laila: Bras were easier to get at. Believe it or not, it's a real word. Just make sure the boxers are clean.
    @Dawn: Why, thank you. I aim to please. Hee...hee...hee...you said coming.

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