[Image Title: So Pretty.

Panel 1: A crowd staring at a young girl in a wheelchair. The girl asks “Mama, why are these people staring?” to which the mother responds “Well… you’re just SO beautiful they have to look!”

Panel 2: The little girl is staring at herself in the mirror with big shining eyes, thinking to herself “My gosh she’s right! I’m GORGEOUS!”

Panel 3: That little girl is all grown up. She’s in a coffee shop, and notices a man staring at her from another table. The woman in the wheelchair says to the man “Sir please, I know you can’t help yourself, because I’m even more stunning than Venus herself, but you’re making a fool of yourself. Look away.”

Panel 4: The man looks at her with an unimpressed expression, and replies “Actually, I was just curious about the chair… but whatever.” The woman in the wheelchair sighs and says “As if!”]

Mama always said we’re beautiful, but our chairs are real show stoppers! 


What: I have a goal to make an episode of Sexplanations using only (or mostly) puns.

Who: Since I don’t speak pun very well, this is a crowd-sourced effort – anyone who wants to can participate.

How: Submit your puns to sexplanationsPA@gmail.com with the heading SEXPUNATIONS. Make sure to include what name you’d like to be given credit or if you’d prefer to be anonymous.

Eg. You may be a cunning linguist, but I’m a master debater. Credit: Austin Powers

**Please note that in order to make the episode coherent some of the puns will be adjusted to make the lines more cohesive. 

A Face In The Crowd

One of my favorite photos as I could stare at the different people and expressions endlessly. I wanted to make an insightful and poignant comment about ancient cultures and their relationship with history. But my only observation is how I managed to take a crowd portrait in the dark of the night without a single person having their eyes closed. — Dattatreya Temple, Bhakatpur, Nepal.