There was report on this evening’s All Things Considered about teen sexual behavior and its ramifications for the spread of STDs. Very serious topic, right? The giggle-factor is there, but as a mature adult I should probably be able to listen to them talking about blowjobs on NPR without untoward mirth.
But the name of one of the researchers is Dr. Manlove.
It was a “driveway moment” for me; I sat in the car listening to the story, and sniggering like a twelve-year-old.
Have a listen. Count then number of times Allison Aubrey says “Manlove.”
“Good afternoon Dr Manlove.”
“Oh please, Allison, call me Knobgobbler!”
A friend of mine used to work for a sex therapist in Illinois whose name was Dick Proctor. This name is somewhat amusing just pronounced straight, but it gets better if you turn it into a Spoonerism.
Was the therapist an MD or PhD? Doctor Dick Proctor?
'Fraid not. He was a psychiatric social worker. It’s not easy to make anything naughty out of that. I tried, though.
Thanks, Podkayne. <giggling>
I don’t have to listen to that, you’re a PREvert!
Wait, I listened, and I heard no "Manlove"s!
I have on a professional basis encountered a man named Dick Wunderlich (pronounced Wonder-Lick). Let’s leave it at that.
snicker doesn’t do it justice. I’m gonna be lauging about this all day, and then some.
There’s a male fertility expert in New Jersey who’s named Eric Seaman, MD.
A girl I used to date had an OB/GYN named Dr. Harlfinger. She went to another OB/GYN named Dr. Handy…