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Who put my name on the list?

Updated on July 13, 2007

I want to be taken off the list!!

I want one thing in my little world clarified for me. Maybe some of you have an answer. I know all the obvious jokes and jabs you can probably come up with about this subject. Don't, or I will delete your non-original material. However, if it makes me giggle I will post it on the page.

My plight for this day is a simple one and really involves nobody in particular that can be singled out, as far as I know. The subject of this piece of literature is the neverending E-Mails begging the question: "Tim, do you want a larger penis"? These E-Mails come from thousands of different addresses. Filling my E- Mail inbox to capacity. They never end, it becomes annoying to me.

The annoying part is not the mail, it's the apparent fact that thousands of people assume I have a small goober and consider myself inadequate. This is simply not the case. Who told these people this outrageous lie? Where did these people get their information?

If I were "circumferinically" (I made that word up, I think) challenged, I'm not, at least I think I'm not. I haven't thrown the beast out on a table with all my buds to make comparisons. However, if I did, I would not expect the results to be on public display. How did I come to be on this list that is tossing accusations all over the information superhighway? This sounds like the work of a truly evil person. I want off the small weiner list. I want off now!

Since I have been added into a data base I have no desire to be a part of,I am starting a new E-Mailers spam list. The mail will read like this, insert your name at the salutation:

"Tim, is your goob heavy, far too large and uncomfortable"?

That's the list I want on. If anyone else has this problem, leave a comment and I'll add you to the "Growing" list.

I must end this blog, I need to go take my 1000 Mg. Girth - B - Gone pill I obtained on the internet without a prescription.


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    • Ole Number One profile imageAUTHOR

      Tim Hyde 

      11 years ago from Louisiana

      You sound as if you may be circumferenically challenged. You are on the "growing" list as of now!

    • Ralph Deeds profile image

      Ralph Deeds 

      11 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

      Ha!Ha! Mine's short but not very big around,


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