Thursday, July 10, 2008

Hunka Hunka Burning Ted


"You know, I think Ted just might be the virile love machine he says he is. He has the makings.

He’s curious, willing to play with toys, not at all self conscious, open to new ideas and most likely very grateful. I could see him as a power bottom.

It’s just the weeping afterwards that would turn most people off."
--Commentator on Comics Curmudgeon

Ted is what one would call "passively masculine." To look at him you might think he's the type to shriek at the sight of a butterfly (and he has). But in the right situation, in the right environment, with the right odds stacked in his favor, the right tools at the ready and the right side of his opponent felled by a massive stroke, Ted can go at his attacker like Ralphie on Scut Farkus, hurling his tiny fists with wild abandon and cursing like a man possessed before collapsing in sobs and having Sally bring him home to wash his face.

6 comments:

Lindsey said...

Is it wrong for me to be turned on by a man like that? No, not like Ralphie, you sickos!

Kaitlyn said...

I'm with you, Lindsey.

Ted is awesome.

scoter1 said...
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scoter1 said...

I like Ted, actually, but I fear for the stability of this family if they have another child. What if Ted loses his maginal job?

Wallsy said...

I only read Sally Forth when it appears here or on joshreads.com but Ted's always seemed pretty awesome to me...

yellojkt said...

You know that Ted is My Hero. His smirky compliment fishing only endears him to me more. Because I too am a virile machine. Ask anybody.