Love and s-ex

You know it is quite possible live a chaste and pure and you know, PERFECT life.


My question is do you want to?


I do.


Why.


Because all the people that I know of that do live a chaste and pure life SEEM to be happy.


That is all I need to say NO to the lies.


OKAY this is where I will very gently throw a horse shoe into the arena.


LUCK that is.


Do you BELIEVE in luck.


I do.


I am very lucky to be able to write well.


I am VERY sorry if that word offends you.


I will change my tune immediately.


DO YOU believe in Jesus Christ as MY Lord and SAVIOR.


Of course I do and I can "PROVE" it.


You see I am being evasive.


Back to the topic at hand.


S-ex.


Chaste and pure life.


Did you ever hear the one about the chaste man that wanted to have s-ex.


I didn't until the other day at lunch with some friends.


Believe me they tolerate my youthfulness. In other words I like to hang out with older people.


Anyway. The chaste man thought they meant "chased" man.


In that he thought women were looking at him as a s-ex object.


Objectifying a man?


How is that possible.


Yes. I agree it is possible and very probable.


Can I prove it though.


That is a challenge that I will leave to the scientists in my audience.


I simply want to finish the joke.


Of course Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior.


I will spend the rest of my life acting like a scientist if you really want me to PROVE it.


The joke is.


I am a writer at the moment.


I am quite happy.


Now leave me alone.


(Writing is fun).

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