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JOKE OF THE WEEK

An older man had met a younger woman, but unfortunately he was unable to last very long before he would orgasm during sex. A caring man, he was concerned that he was disappointing his new lover,so he called his doctor for advice. The doc told him that masturbating before sex often helped men last longer during the act. The man decided, "What the hell, I'll try it." He spent the rest of the day thinking about where to do it. He couldn't do it in his office. He thought about the restroom, but that was too open. He considered an alley, but figured that was too unsafe. Finally, he realized his solution. On his way home, he pulled his truck over on the side of the highway. He got out and crawled underneath as if he was examining the truck. Satisfied with the privacy, he undid his pants and started to masturbate. He closed his eyes and thought of his lover. As he grew closer to orgasm, he felt a quick tug at the bottom of his pants. Not wanting to lose his mental fantasy or the orgasm, he kept his eyes shut and replied, "What?" He heard, "This is the police. What the hell are you doing?" The man replied, "I'm checking out the rear axle, it's busted." The cop says, "Well, you better check your brakes too, because your truck rolled down the hill 5 minutes ago.

SITES OF THE WEEK
Jersey Shore -VDay Cards.
Mens Attention -Span!
Greg Rutters-Internet List!
Top 150 -Quotes!
Hot Smokin -Cowgirls!
NSFW: Fling Stripper -Game of the Week!
TIPS AND TRICKS
How To Cope With Valentines Day If Youre Single.
Tip #1: Stay inside. This simplest of all solutions is also the most difficult to carry out. Call out sick next time on Valentines Day unless you're self-employed, by all means, lock your door, turn off all your lights, and wait 'til the day is over. Tip #2: Be a spoilsport. Okay, you have no choice but to go to work, but that's no reason to succumb to the V-Day spirit. At the water cooler (or wherever else you and your colleagues blow off steam), loudly express your opinion that Valentine's Day is a plot by greeting card companies to bump up their post-Christmas sales (there's more than a grain of truth in this, by the way). Tip #3: Don't compare yourself to other people. If you're the type who imagines folks secretly pointing at you on the street and laughing at your single status, you're spending way too much time measuring yourself against supposedly happy, snuggling couples. Remember: just because a person is partnered up on V-Day doesn't necessarily mean that he or she is blissed out (or even remotely contented). Tip #4: Turn off the TV. By following the above steps, you've managed to make it through your workday (and your commute) with your self-esteem intact. Don't toss it all into a heart-shaped hamper by sprawling out in front of the tube and watching Valentine's Day-themed episodes of your favorite TV shows. Rent a good movie instead, or turn off the tube entirely and spin some thrash metal. Tip #5: Commiserate with friends. It's perfectly okay to ring up your single girlfriends (if you're female) or male friends (if you're male) and dis on Valentine's Day. But at all costs, avoid the temptation to call your ex or that hottie at the office you've secretly had a crush on all these years. That kind of maneuver is dangerous enough in ordinary circumstances; on February 14, it's potentially deadly. Feel free to send contributions or suggestions to webmaster@sublimedirectory.com
ASK TINA

Q:submitted by: confusedman28.

I am in love with my best friend, she is everything I am not, but she has a boyfriend and I don't even know if I have a shot. I am so afraid to ask if there could ever be more because I don't want to lose her as my friend. I can't keep lying to her saying that I am happy with just being friends when my heart yerns for more. What should I do or what should I say?

A:
Dear CM28, While this may not be the best time because she has a boyfriend, there will be no other better time than now. What I suggest is writing out exactly how you feel on a letter before speaking to her. Indulge in all of those emotions you had to repress in order to maintain her happiness. Be explicit about what you expect once you tell her how you feel. What do you want her to do? Now, after you've written this, you can either 1) Burn the letter or 2) Put it somewhere so you can read it later. Then, go and fill your time with positive activities and people. Reconnect with friends. Go to events that interest you. Give yourself space to separate from this emotional conflict you have for you friend. Then, eventually, tell your friend how you feel. I say this because sometimes we romanticize the idea of being in love with someone we can't have. We feel this need to tell this person before it's too late, and we hang our hopes on this and expect things not to change, when, in fact, they do whether you want them to or not. The last thing you want to feel is the pain of her rejecting your answer and then needing to distance herself from you in order to avoid tension or discomfort. So, give yourself a moment to dive back into being surrounded by other people that you can develop friendships with, take up some hobbies, do things you love. Then, talk to her about how you feel. It may end up sounding much different than what you've written. Keep in mind that these feelings now are not forever, heck, her relationship may not last forever, but if you want to maintain the friendship, then be honest with her in a way that doesn't make her feel like she needs to choose sides, but instead understands and recognizes the depth of your respect and loyalty to her. Then, you may need to give her space after that. Again, remember, these feelings do not last forever, and in order to move in a positive direction, distance might be necessary to settle everyone's feelings and welcome reflection. Good Luck Babe!

-Tina

 
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A postman who trapped his finger in a letter box has won £3,000 damages from the householder after complaining that the injury stopped him from playing darts. Dennis Coleman, 52, said the cut he suffered meant he could not compete for cash prizes in local tournaments. He was delivering mail to Martin Welch’s four-bedroom home when the letter-box flap snapped shut on the middle finger of his right hand. He was treated at an accident-and-emergency department, then hired ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors to make a claim against Mr Welch.  The civil engineer, 49, initially offered £500 in a settlement but eventually agreed to pay six times that because he was worried about legal costs if the case went to court. Mr Welch believes the accident in Stokesley, North Yorkshire, last March, occurred because Mr Coleman was rushing to finish his round. But the postman said the letter box was dangerous because it incorporated a home-made draught-excluder. He said the cut to the finger on his dart-throwing hand was so severe that he was off work for six weeks. Mr Welch was out at the time of the accident. He knew nothing of it until a claim document arrived from TMJ Legal Services. It said: ‘It will be alleged that you were in breach of your statutory duties under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957.’ It added that Mr Coleman would be seeking financial compensation due to ‘loss of opportunity to obtain prize money from darts competition’. But within a few months of the accident, Mr Coleman was back on top form on the North East darts circuit, competing for the £750 top prize in the Teesside Ranking Event at Marton Country Club, Middlesbrough. He produced one of the night’s big upsets and was ‘a whisker away from the semi-finals’, reported his local paper, the Evening Gazette. Mr Welch, who has since sold the £300,000 house, said: ‘I am astonished Royal Mail doesn’t have procedures in place with insurers to deal with this. 'The letter box is as it was when the home was built 20 years ago, and after the accident Royal Mail went on delivering. ‘I believe the postman was under pressure to finish his round. You don’t get your finger trapped in a letter box if you are doing your job carefully.’ Mr Coleman said: ‘The cut was deep and pouring with blood. I had three stitches and my hand was badly swollen and extremely painful. I couldn’t play darts for around four months. I had the choice of asking Royal Mail to deal with the matter or making a private claim.’ A Royal Mail manager allegedly examined the letter box after the accident but a spokesman said last night: ‘Royal Mail has not been approached by the postman nor the householder and has had no knowledge of any legal action concerning this incident.’ TMJ Legal Services declined to comment.
 
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