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Monday, April 26, 2010

A New Pleasure Hunt Tool???

I got all excited the other day when I saw that Barnes & Noble had come out with the Nook eReader.  At last, I thought, a tool to help me in the Pleasure Hunt, my elusive search for the G-spot!  What else would you expect a product called a Nook e reader to do?

As it turns out, I was all wet (not pun intended!).  The Nook eReader is Barnes & Nobles answer to Amazon's Kindle (which, it turns out, has nothing to do with starting a campfire, either!)

 I'm just so confused by this new technology.  What strange names to give gadgets which are nothing but computerized book carriers.  I'm sure these are great products,  but I was really hoping they finally had come up with an answer to the G-Spot dilemma!

By the way, I am being featured on Midday Escapades today.  I hope you'll click here and skip on over and pay Lynn's blog a visit, and maybe learn a little about me in the process.

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25 comments:

woman:confused said...

I'm so sad for you - not only for not being able to find the g-spot, but also feeling tricked into thinking you'd found a new tool! Cruel world we live in, no?

BTW - it does exist. And Graffenberg is my fave OBGYN ever (I know at least 150). I MAY be able to find anatomical drawings showing where it is. It's also called the female prostate. Maybe that'll help ;)

tattytiara said...

The link in the entry didn't work for me, but anyone wanting to head over can find it here: http://www.middayescapades.com/

Brian Miller said...

teehee. you know i cant get into one of these book readers...there is just something about the smell of a real book...

R.J. said...

The e-readers won't make me sneeze, but I love my paper, dust and glue. I head to the local public library for my books. Good interview at Middayescapades, Eva.

My name is PJ. said...

I'm a tactile person so email (for me) is a poor substitute for a snail mail letter and anything that would take the feel and smell of a book out of my hands will be met with kicking, screaming and artillery.

:)

Ekanthapadhikan said...

Went through your interview. You deserve to be featured ma'm!

DJan said...

I'll pop right on over there and read more about you, since you are and will always be one of my favorite characters!

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

You are so naughty (but right) Eva!

I really liked the interview. I left a comment there which is appropriate here as well.

Eva; you are the Starship Enterprise of the blogging world -- bolding going where no one else dares to go!

Jen said...

Hmmmm...never saw that book!~!!

Good interview, Eva.

Jen said...

Hmmmm...never saw that book!~!!

Good interview, Eva.

Everyday Goddess said...

I saw someone using a Nook. It's just too weird for me. I'm not switching from paper. Yet.

glnroz said...

who would have "thunk it",, ms Eva would'a,, I said it before,, "you aint right", but righter than most,, lol,,,

Meeko Fabulous said...

I want one of those e-reader things! It's SO going on my Birthday/Christmas list! :)

Blackberry Jam Cafe said...

Loved your interview! I also like the previous comment - you are the Starship Enterprise: boldly going where no one else dares to go!

Some days I find myself checking to make sure no one is looking over my shoulder when I read your post! Too funny!
Susan

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ethelmaepotter! said...

I can't get into the whole ebook thing. I like to hold the book in my hands, feel its heft, feel the paper, turn the pages, and close it with a tasseled bookmark to find my place again. I like to be able to take it into the bathroom or the breakroom at work. No, thanks, I'll stick to the old fashioned stuff.

After many years, I have determined that there is either no such thing as the G spot, or I was simply born without one. And I'm too old to care. And if I ever find out who the sicko was who invented Viagra, I'm gonna kick his butt.

lakeviewer said...

First, I had to laugh at your elusive search. Now, I can return and skip over to your friend's. I do have to stay focused, though. I can't combine too many stimuli, or I'll lose it all. Uh, I mean i CAN DROP EVERYTHING.

Dame Nuisance said...

OMG, I don't think I'm old enough for this blog what with all the talk of Nook e and G-spots!

On a more serious note, I will no doubt be the last hold-out when it comes to those dagblasted infernal thingymajigs. Give me a good old-fashioned book, I don't care it it kills trees. I don't want batteries to read a book, thankyouverymuch. A book is still readable if it gets wet. Can you say that about a Kindle or Nook eBook? I doubt it!

The Lucy and Dick Show said...

I know! I have faced that 'problem spot' my whole life and I too search for that answer! Will we see the 'light of day' before we "see the light' Eva?

Cinnamon-Girl said...

I love books so much I don't think I'll ever own one of those readers. A bit too fancy for me! I liked your interview!

A 2 Z said...

Hi Eva,

2 things:

1. If they can convince me that these e-readers can save trees and benefit the environment then yes I will buy one.

2. I cant remember if it was Dr. Oz or some other show making the sad announcement that there was no G Spot. Researchers had given up looking for it (so did I many years ago)...

This comment brought to you by the letters E and G !!!

Cougar Tales said...

Oh boy! This is TMI but I appreciate your honesty. :-)

Eva Gallant said...

Sarah: That is a little weird at 13!! lol

A2Z: Thank you for message from letters E and G!

Jingle said...

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Happy Tuesday!