meaning to the word, E.R. with it's Erotic Room closely resembling that of the No Tell Motel and the doctors encouraging couples to spend $140 a night to stay there. It's kind of creepy what is the reason behind this? Where are the cameras? Is this part of the New Healthcare package coming to US? We are wondering, what Kellie's thoughts were on this:
"I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that sticking an infertile couple in a room that looks like a cross between Barbie's Kinky Playhouse and the Big Brother video diary room isn't going to do a damned thing to help them get pregnant. In fact, if they're not careful they might just put their poor dears off sex forever! Hell, those hideous feathered lamps would be enough to send me into a permanent state of celibacy. The feathers ... oh god, the feathers! Huh, do you think maybe that's how pandas got so close to extinction? It's not that they don't WANT to get freaky between the bamboo, it's just that all the "help" they keep getting from the scientific community is giving them a constant case of sorryhoneyihaveaheadacheitis. If that room is anything to go by, Chinese scientists don't have the first clue about what will get someone hot and bothered! Here's a little tip for you, Mr Chinese Doctor, stick to the classics. Champagne, strawberries, silk sheets and Marvin Gaye."
Nothing's going to beat "Let's Get It On" in the panty dropping department.We also wanted to hear a little about Kellie's blog Delightfully Ludicrous, so we asked her to tell us a little about her blog her inspirations for writing her blog pieces, and also if she has plans to blog in the April A-Z Blogging Challenge? She tells us:
I started Delightfully Ludicrous back in May with no real idea of what I wanted to do with it or what areas I'd like to write about. Don't we all though? I think blogging is very much a jump in feet first and see if you sink or swim enterprise. No one plans ahead, if we did we'd all give it up as a bad job before we'd even written our first post.
But it didn't take me very long to learn where my strengths lie. One, I'm good with sarcasm (I know it's the lowest form of wit, I'm just happy someone thinks I'm witty at all), and two, I have a sixth sense for the most ridiculous news articles out there. I hate mainstream news, all the fighting and the killing and the drama, but there are some truly amazing things written about the ludicrous nature of the human race. As the great Captain Picard once said, sometimes you just have to bow to the absurd.
As for writing in the April A-Z Blogging Challenge, I'm not sure. I'm still very new to this whole blogging thing so I haven't been participating in all the blog hops, jumps, parties, shindigs and shenanigans, although I do enjoy going to read the posts other people put up for them! I'm probably a little intimidated to be honest. It's one thing for me to blather on about something I've pulled out of thin air, but to write to someone else's specifications and be compared to all the amazing bloggers out there ... well, I'm a bit of a chicken at heart. But best of British luck to all of you giving it a whirl!
So that's pretty much is. Delightfully Ludicrous is just my attempt to poke fun at the weird and wonderful, and hopefully make a few people chuckle in the process.
Well I for one am glad she joined the blogging world and definitely enjoy reading her blog. Many thanks to Kellie for letting me add her to my weekly spotlight and hoping you go check our her blog @ Delightfully Ludicrous. to find out why Kellie will never do a beauty blog. I swear you will not be disappointed!