Ahhh, “naughty” drawers. Takes me back to this NSFR post. Not that I don’t think adults should share jokes about “personal lubricant” with each other, but personally the LAST place I’d want to discuss those details would be on Facebook. Why? Well, let’s see, among my Facebook friends I count my Dad’s third cousin, my boyfriend’s mother, a few former bosses and a girl I used to babysit in junior high. And I’m guessing none of those people want to hear or think about my relationship to lube.   
Again, I’m all for jokes, and I understand Amy’s impulse to share that her children found her sex drawer and had a "There’s Something About Mary" moment with her sex jelly. It’s funny! But then it’s also kind of not funny, and after Erik steps in for the second time it’s like, “Ehh, please just stop now.” By the time I got to Krystal’s comment I was officially done thinking about Erik and Amy’s Naked Lubed-Up Fiestas. Plus, what parent makes jokes about their kid “finding the lube” when the kid gets older? That would totally weird me out. But hey, maybe I’m the only one who feels this way?
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Ahhh, “naughty” drawers. Takes me back to this NSFR post. Not that I don’t think adults should share jokes about “personal lubricant” with each other, but personally the LAST place I’d want to discuss those details would be on Facebook. Why? Well, let’s see, among my Facebook friends I count my Dad’s third cousin, my boyfriend’s mother, a few former bosses and a girl I used to babysit in junior high. And I’m guessing none of those people want to hear or think about my relationship to lube.   

Again, I’m all for jokes, and I understand Amy’s impulse to share that her children found her sex drawer and had a "There’s Something About Mary" moment with her sex jelly. It’s funny! But then it’s also kind of not funny, and after Erik steps in for the second time it’s like, “Ehh, please just stop now.” By the time I got to Krystal’s comment I was officially done thinking about Erik and Amy’s Naked Lubed-Up Fiestas. Plus, what parent makes jokes about their kid “finding the lube” when the kid gets older? That would totally weird me out. But hey, maybe I’m the only one who feels this way?

Related: Tampons Are Not Popsicles

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