Nukes lead to sweet hot monkey sex?

Nukes lead to sweet hot monkey sex?

WCBS said:
Oct 26, 2006 10:17 am US/Eastern
Condom Sales Spike In S. Korea

(AP) SEOUL Condom sales and bookings at several of South Korea's pay-by-the-hour "love motels" surged in the aftermath of North Korea's nuclear test, according to statistics released Thursday.

South Koreans are used to living in the shadow of war, and life has continued as normal across the country in the wake of the Oct. 9 explosion. But statistics on the number of condoms sold in recent weeks suggest that despite their apparently blasé reaction to the North's nuclear bluster, many South Koreans may be seeking solace in sex.

A leading chain of convenience stores reported Thursday that their condom sales rose to an average of 1,930 a day in the week after Oct. 9, compared to 1,508 a day for the year to Sept. 30.

Sales of the prophylactics dropped slightly to 1,772 in the week of Oct. 16-21, but remained well above previous norms.

Another national chain said it sold 3.54 million South Korean won (US$3,721) worth of condoms a day during the week after the test — a 14.8 percent rise over last month's sales figures, and a 12 percent rise over the year to Sept. 30.

The statistics were first reported by a prominent newspaper, Chosun Ilbo, which ran a full-color graphic of a condom-shrouded missile bearing the North Korean flag.

It was impossible to know whether the increase in sales was directly linked to a heightened sense of vulnerability or stress among South Koreans.

However, the head of the Korea Institute for Sex Education, Seong Gyeong-won, said it is not uncommon for people to seek comfort in the arms of a lover during times of crisis.

"People tend to have urges to procreate in times of extreme situations," she said. "Stress is released through sex ... it's one of the top 10 reasons why sex is good for the body."

A popular online reservation site for several business hotels and South Korea's ubiquitous "love motels" — the popular term for lodgings built for clandestine rendezvous — also reported a rise in bookings in the two weeks after Oct. 9, according to the Chosun Ilbo report.

The motels are a fixture across South Korea. In one of the world's most densely populated countries, where extended families often live together, such accommodations provide a refuge for those seeking discreet intimate encounters.

But those who haven't already made their reservations will have to wait. The online system says it has no available slots until next month.
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Kimmykins make little boom. S. Koreans respond with lots of boom boom.

Does this mean Kias are goin to start coming with bigger back seats? :wink2:
 

Freet

Diabloii.Net Member
The North Koreans seem grumpy. Must be because the South Koreans are getting all the nookie. :wink3:
 
Sales of rubbers are up so it's not for making babies. All this means is naive S. Korean girls are easily swayed by the classic line "You dont' want to die a virgin do you?"
 

DOC

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Sales of rubbers are up so it's not for making babies. All this means is naive S. Korean girls are easily swayed by the classic line "You dont' want to die a virgin do you?"
They are South Korean Condoms, product quality might not be as high.

Or better swayed by the line: "I don't want to die a virgin, care to help me out?"



 

Sokar Rostau

Diabloii.Net Member
You are offended by my implying that Dondrei has viewed online necrobestiality, and yet you seem to have no problems with posting such a clearly racist thread title as this: Nukes lead to sweet hot monkey sex?
 
~shakes head~ I feel like I just got bukkaked by stupid. How do you get sweet hot monkey love to equal Koreans? I refer to sex as sweet hot monkey love regularly.

Sounds to me like somebody needs a hug.
 

Sokar Rostau

Diabloii.Net Member
Thread title: Nukes lead to sweet hot monkey sex?

Thread body: An article describing the rise of condom sales in South Korea since the North tested nuclear weapons.

There is mention of nukes leading to a rise in South Korean sexual activity. There is no mention of monkeys, but the article is about South Koreans. Your title is a very staight forward, and pretty damn clear, racist statement, no matter how you try and claim otherwise.

Incidentally, the second sentence in your comments (S. Koreans respond with lots of boom boom.) can also be interpreted as racist by virtue of cultural stereotype.
 
OK. I get it. You're just looking for a reason to be offended and I'm handy. I'll accept that. I'll also tell you that having sand in your vagina is a bad thing and you should go wash it out. Otherwise you might get even more irritated than you already are.
 

DOC

Off Topic Moderator
Sweet hot monkey sex is not referring to Koreans who are having hot sex, but rather as the type of Sex. Hot Monkey Sex is right up there wild drunken sex, and kinky swinger sex. Its all the same, monkey used as an adjective describing the action, not as a noun describing the people having it.

As for boom boom, other things such as S. Koreans respond with lots of Whoopee and S. Koreans respond by buying lots of barry white and candles, not bad at all in my opinion.
 

Dondrei

Diabloii.Net Member
Maybe they're going to use them to make water balloons to hurl at those dastardly northeners.

Women who look like that always make me feel like a paedophile...

The first one is cute though, kind of like a Korean version of Lindsay Lohan (not that I'm fond of her).

I feel like I just got bukkaked by stupid.
And now I feel the sting of Smeg-plagiarism.

You are offended by my implying that Dondrei has viewed online necrobestiality, and yet you seem to have no problems with posting such a clearly racist thread title as this: Nukes lead to sweet hot monkey sex?
My god, you aren't serious, are you?



 
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