Yesterday, I briefly mentioned that many new children will be borneded in Pittsburgh because of the recent victory of the hometown Steelers. Though I was being a weebit facetious, there just may be some truth to those words. That idea got me to thinking: exactly what ARE some events that may have lead to an increase in the birth rate in this here fine nation of ours? I mean, we all know that upon finding out some good news or being apart of some good news tends to make people randy, right? That’s true, right? Right?
Sporting events get people’s blood boiled and emotions rise, but do they pass muster in the grand scheme? Let’s see.
Here are five eventst that I think helped spread the love:
Isn’t mud just, euphoric? On the real though, at a music festival intended to promote the ideals of s.ex, love, and rock & roll, you know folks were spreading 2 out of 3. Add a little PCP to the mix and the risky activities probably peaked in the middle of day 2. Every picture I’ve seen indicates that women AND men were giving up the lovin’ at rates unbefore known to man. And yes that counts as scientific evidence towards the fact that I’m right.
4) Million Man March
Though billed as a day of responsibility for Black men across the nation, my guess is that women everywhere were excited at the masses of Black men who seemed to care so much about the progress of the Black community. And you know what happens when Black women start thinking about responsible Black men. Yep: lovin. As in McLovin. Oh yeah. One million Black men too? You know the draws were being tossed at the TV screen from Idaho to Maine so when the man returned home, well, needless to say, I’ll bet they played apart in their own million man march…if you catch my drift.
3) Boston Red Sox 2004 World Series victory
This one probably didn’t really boost the Black love rate but you can’t tell me New Englander weren’t running around on major hump duty after the BoSox won in 2004. I’ll bet lots of “home runs” were hit that night! Heh heh heh. Okay, that was a bad joke but I’m exhausted right now. Sue me.
2) Dr. King’s March On Washington
Civil Rights? Check. Lots of people? Check. Way back in the 60s Dr. King and his organizers put together the March on Washington and I’ll bet lots of marching was taking place behind the scenes. With all of that good vibration and feeling going on in and around Washington because of this event, you know the lots of legal briefs were filed. Throw in the “down for the cause” ness of the March and hormones and love were at all an all time hight. My theory is that this did more for interracial mixing than any other time in history but I have no data to back that up. So we’ll just assume its true because I’m sexxy.
1) Election Night/Inauguration Weekend for President Barack Obama
This one is so easy its almost illegal for me to type it. But have you any idea how much lovin’ was happening because of the good mood and feelings that people were having because of these events? It’s like everybody was in a constant drugged state of being leading to lots of bad decisions, in the name of all that is right. I’ll bet that around September or October of this coming year, lots of little Inauguration Conceptions will become Stimulus Babies. That’s a little budget nerd humor for you. Viva la Obama – now gimme dat ….
So VSB.com, what are some other events that you think might have led to more lovin’ just due to the sheer excitement or good times of the event? Basically, why were people so happy to jump in the sack??
Where is the love, people? Where is the love?
-VSB P aka THE ARSONIST aka TANGLE JIG P