Paul Parillo Writer's Cock

Writer's cock is a challenge to overcum. No matter what remedial outsourcing you do, there's always another cock stopping you from writing. I've heard and even tried many of the apparent aids such as: starting with an author's pre-written line and finishing the rest yourself, free association, heavily drinking, having a midget write it for you, taking frequent "bathroom" naps, eating a sandwich made of rejected paragraphs etc etc. But like any ole' hangover, the best solution isn't the most immediate. 

Imagination can't flourish if all you do is sit inside doing nothing. There's no way your brain can operate without the fuel of life raping your gas tank until it's reading full again. Sure, I could talk about this bagel in front of me, and maybe fill a semi - interesting paragraph, but nearly before you've finished reading my drivel, you'll be able to sense not only the dryness of my vagina, but also the lack of, wait, I can't believe I said vagina back there! Honestly, I didn't mean to (reader: "Well why don't you just erase it from your document with the "delete" button - Me: How dare you tell me what to do with my fingers! - Reader: who said anything about "fingers", wink wink. Me: Ohhhhh snap, hey, you wanna be friends? - Reader: Yep). You see folks, bagels are a lot like vaginas, they both have holes and are super dry if they don't have cream cheese slathered all over them.

If you have the tenacity to stick to it and if you have the diligence to improve upon your mistakes, defeating writer's cock can be easier than fucking a bagel without cream cheese. I suppose it cums, like most things, from a little practice. And before you know it, writer's cock will cum and go like a cream cheese bagel, and if you're lucky, the fibre will give you a proper bowel movement.

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