“I’ve never shagged an Eskimo before.”
“I’ve never shagged a Mexican before.”
Recent bedtime conversation between a poorly, cold-ridden midlife couple. She was shaking and shivering with cold; he was burning up.
Mind ramblings: Why do we automatically think that Eskimos are cold people just because they live in an icy environment? I bet they sweat cobs under all those layers of clothing and animal skins. Same thinking applies to inhabitants of Mexico – is it the warm climate or is it the spicy chilli based food that conjures up “hot people” images?
I have no idea. Need some medicine though to restore normal body temperature. Otherwise my brain will probably explode.