The Moment is Now

Come and sit with me. I would like to speak with you.

I want you to know that I find you an exceptionally good person. You are kind to others, and your grooming leaves no doubt as to the quality of your caliber. Your smile makes birds sing songs of finest beauty and your forearms are firm and muscled, though not to the point of unsightliness. Your eyes meet my gaze evenly and your mouth parts slightly as you await my next words. You are, in short, as fine an individual as I have come across.

Are my kind words making you uncomfortable? Perhaps you would like it if I didn’t lean in so closely to you when I spoke? Is my breath hot on your face? Do you dislike being able to see individual pores on my skin? Am I breaching your personal space by placing my nose two inches from yours? Are you uncomfortable with the fact that my hand is currently placed on your left thigh?

Do not misunderstand me. I do not intend this as a sexual advance in any way. I simply find you a remarkable person and desire closeness with you. As I lean in to softly kiss your lips, I want you to understand that this will merely be a lingering kiss of friendship and respect. I believe you will find it both supple and refreshing.

Let’s begin.

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12 Responses to The Moment is Now

  1. _steve says:

    This is one of those posts that originated as some crazy shit you said to Bridgette, right? :lol:

  2. peter says:

    This conversation would probably merit a night spent on the ol’ couch.

  3. Sarah says:

    Even in text, I find this conversation disturbing and uncomfortable. My personal webspace has been violated.

  4. your sister says:

    I, too, feel totally disgusting right now.

  5. Thom says:

    This was more awkward when he tested it at a Rock TV editing session last week.

  6. kevin s. says:

    This is why Celeste doesn’t link to your blog.

  7. peter says:

    Thom, I’m telling you this concept would go over great at the Rock.

  8. Jeff H says:

    “I need an adult! I need an adult!”

  9. Thom says:

    I can see where it might be effective within the new house churches format…

  10. peter says:

    It’s all about building intimacy.

    I’m considering having Mark Darling play the lead role.

  11. scott says:

    i’m with sarah….my webspace was violated and i literally made a disgusted face. like someone who hates mayonaise makes when they witness a flunkie at subway squirt mayo on their meatball sub.

  12. Roger says:

    I, for one, thoroughly enjoyed myself. That is, until I read these comments and realized that maybe I shouldn’t have…:oops:

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