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Word For The Day: Necrophilia

To me that word had no connotations. No preconceived ideas.
You know sometimes, when you hear a word, it sounds like something? But not this one…
I have never even heard it!

According to Wikipedia, Necrophilia is an irresistible attraction to dead bodies.

How incredibly SICK is that!?



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  1. October 9, 2007    

    “I tell Marla about the woman in Dear Abby who married a handsome successful mortician and on their wedding night, he made her soak in a tub of ice water until her skin was freezing to the touch, and then he made her lie in bed completely still while he had intercourse with her cold inert body. The funny thing is this woman had done this as a newlywed, and gone on to do it for the next ten years of her marriage and now she was writing to Dear Abby to ask if Abby thought it meant something.”
    -Fight Club

    To me, the definition of furries would be the information I could’ve gone without. I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether to look it up or not. :)

  2. October 9, 2007    

    That is disgusting although I did know what the word meant. It’s sometimes used by goths (:P) and CSI-like TV shows.

  3. tom tom
    October 9, 2007    

    The fact that someone made up the word explains that there are sick disgusting people like that out there…creepy

  4. October 10, 2007    

    LOL… that is quite sick, I must say! On another note, I didn’t realize until is very moment that the top post is a sticky, so I’ve been missing all the posts. So glad I figured it out! 😛 I can really be oblivious some times.

  5. October 10, 2007    

    I agree. It’s sick!

  6. October 11, 2007    

    As soon as I read this it reminded me of Tom Petty’s “Mary Jane’s last dance” video.

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