Did you Make It Through ‘No-Nut November’?
We've heard of "Movember" where people vow to not shave for the entire month. I've seen different takes on October. My friend completed "InkTober," where he drew a picture of a specific theme every day of the month. It was fun, and helped his creativity and his art skills. Well, the movement that has thrust into popularity, or in hopes to NOT thrust, is almost at an end for another year. It's called "No Nut November," and I'm not really sure why it exists. The closest thing I could find is how it can help build self esteem and willpower to not masturbate, have sex or "not nut" in any way shape or form for the whole month. Some have gone public with their pledge to not bust a nut for the entire month to help raise awareness for prostate cancer -- kind of a not-as-wet ALS ice bucket challenge. Others do it to prepare for "Destroy Your Dick December." You can take a guess what that is all about. The real question is... now that we're at the end of November, if you were participating, did you make it? Are you seeing things?
The weirdest part for me for NNN, was explaining to my wife why we weren't intimate. "I have a goal" just didn't cut it. My jaw dropped when I started seeing regular everyday objects look sexual. Maybe I'm a little pent up, maybe I have a creative mind, or maybe... just maybe... the clock in Blue's Clues needs to wear a bra!
Yeah... I saw an old episode of Blue's Clues, and when you're midway through NNN, you notice certain things. Or like when I drive back from the Tri-Cities and there are a couple mountains that look like a couple mountains I'd climb!
I'd say the one thing that my brain turned sexual, made me laugh so hard, I almost got into trouble. One because I was sitting next to my wife, two because we were in public, and three, because I was in the middle of a craft fair / holiday bazaar at the Yakima Harmon Center. Next time you go into that building, look up at the ceiling and tell me that you don't think those light fixtures kind of look like boobs!
Don't even get me started on all the food I saw that just warped my mind. It really reminded me of an old The Dana Carvey Show bit about "Food Network: After Dark!". If you don't believe me that a comedy bit like that existed waaaaaay before Seth Rogen's Sausage Party film... check out the clip below!
If you successfully made it through NNN, congratulations! Be careful if you participate in the December challenge. You are a better person than myself... many others!