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Nicholson Baker’s obsession with tiny details is captivating in the largely non-sexual The Mezzanine (see my parody review HERE), but in this context, it is often more of a distraction than an enhancement.
Finding each other's voice attractive, they soon switch to a private, "one-to-one" connection. The brain is the sexiest organ, and the voice is a conduit from one mind to another: pitch, timbre, accent, and intonation determine the hearer’s response at least as much as the words themselves.I wanted to relive the experience I'd had or come to a better understanding of it.Instead, I got tiresome and unlikely dialogue between two dowdy and poorly dressed adults I knew it was safest not to visualize.Her admission was met with shocked gasps from the audience who appeared to be cringing at the remark.Host Jimmy Carr then quipped: "You know what Rachel, if you're not interested, just say you're not interested."Rachel then added: "It was in text form," before going on to recall her experiences with Tinder.However, it is a little known fact that men are attracted to oysters as it’s the closest they can get to cunnilingus in food form.
I was told this at a marine snack-shack in Orkney). Two people dial a sex chat line, switch to a private room, and have a natural conversation that I liked this.I'd purchased it in college, after having gotten to know (as much as one can know someone you can't trust) over several months of almost daily calls the random phone sex caller at my college.And, as happens in this book, our talks ranged in subject from his religious views (which I found quite odd, considering how he'd found me) to philosophy to my negative views of myself.However, it is a little known fact that men are attracted to oysters as it’s the closest they can get to cunnilingus in food form. ;)Manny wrote: "PS MJ, please don't tell me what your contact at OSRCSS says about men who like sea urchin..."ROFL.I was told this at a marine snack-shack in Orkney). Two people dial a sex chat line, switch to a private room, and have a natural conversation that culminates in mutual masturbation. I think we can safely say, without a moment’s hesitation, this book is Romeo & Juliet for the postmodern age. What surprised me about this book was just how boring it was.In a book about a phone conversation, couldn't Baker have paid more attention to how conversations usually unfold?