Tuesday, October 10, 2006

hot or not?

so i saw this article on cnn today and i thought it was irritating enough to share with the 7 people that read this lil' blog.

let me preface this by saying that i am not a purveyor of the gossip tabloids, but i do try and keep up with some current events and figures. like mark driscoll did on his blog yesterday, i think looking at prominent figures and their beliefs about God, sex, relationships, etc., can be enlightening, humbling, heartbreakingly sad, and at times, humorous and ridiculous.

basically we have scarlett johansson, one of the current hot starlets in hollywood, talking about her views of sex. she is currently in a "monogamous" relationship with current hot hollywood hunk, josh "i can't really act but i can squint" hartnett.

her view of sex is as follows:

"I do think on some basic level we are animals, and by instinct we kind of breed accordingly," she says. "But as much as I believe that, I work really hard when I'm in a relationship to make it work in a monogamous way."


she then follows this by stating that she is tested twice a year fo hiv and says:

One has to be socially aware," she says. "It's part of being a decent human, to be tested for STDs. It's just disgusting behavior when people don't. It's so irresponsible."


as a monogamous married man who doesn't have to get checked for std's because i am actually monogamous, i am disappointed to learn that i am not a decent human, i am actually disgusting and irresponsible.


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5 Comments:

Anonymous Chris Hubbs said...

A high-five to my fellow disgusting monogamous non-STD-testing brother!

Oh, and you can up your reader count to 8 since I showed up. :-)

9:32 AM  
Anonymous Rae Whitlock said...

Me too, me too!

5:46 PM  
Blogger mcmuffie said...

Add me. that makes 11

4:42 PM  
Blogger mcmuffie said...

Loved the fainting goats, by the way.
Haven't laughed so hard all day!

4:43 PM  
Anonymous gentile said...

I've always thought you were a dirty HIV non-tester.

7:34 AM  

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