Had the most interesting conversation with the top sales weasel at
our company today. She came into my office and noticed I had a box of
Altoids on my desk.
(Have you had them? They are these obnoxiously strong peppermints
made in England.) As soon as she saw them, she burst into laughter.
Turns out she had recently had an affair with a guy who called her
and left her an incredibly steamy voice mail message after an encounter.
He went on and on about what a blow job goddess she was, how amazing she
was, how he'd never be the same, etc. She was kind of puzzled,
thinking: what did I do to this guy that was so different from my
regular technique? She finally figured it out: she's a smoker, and
before getting intimate with him, she had gone to the bathroom to
"freshen up." Not having a toothbrush, she crunched on about four
Altoids and then got busy. Apparently things went amazingly.
So she passed this little tidbit on to another female sales weasel,
who immediately tried it out on -her- fiance. Apparently this guy has
never, ever been into oral sex, but liked the mint sensation so much
that he asked her to stop and chew another Altoid mid-blow job.
He is now a fellatio gourmand.
This news has been going around our office. Having a box of Altoids
on your desk is now like being part of the Secret Blowjob Goddess
Society. It's the equivalent of having the hottest car or coolest
computer. News spread like crazy among the females, who all went out at
lunch to Walgreens to buy a box of Altoids (about $2 for 100 or so), and
their partners across the city tonight are getting one hell of a
corporate blow job. As far as company-wide morale boosting events, it
doesn't get much better.
Some of the men found out, too -- they went out after work to buy
them for their wives. They strategized on how to get their wives to eat
them. And people wonder why I work in technology.
(For what it's worth -- it really does work! It leaves a lasting
tingle that is apparently quite exquisite.)