Hi, my name is sex
Hi, my name is love
Nice to meet you love
Nice to meet you sex
So, love, what do you do for a living?
Oh, I work at this place that helps me get in position to have a loving family. I will have children that propagate our species you know.
Yes, I do know. I personally work at this place that helps me get sex. My having sex helps propagate the species also. But you know this already. Heheh.
So I’m incredibly strong. My job only hires the strongest of people.
Oh really? That’s cool. I love strong guys.
I’m also very intelligent. Would you like me to say something very intelligent?
No, no, that’s ok. I can tell from your overall disposition and approach that you are very smart. I love intelligent guys.
Are you sure you don’t want me to prove my intelligence? Here, let me do it anyways. Cause everyone says they’re intelligent, but I want to show I’m really intelligent. Here, what do you think of this: [intelligent statement, preferably humorous since humor demonstrates intelligence, or at least that’s what we think].
Oh wow. That was VERY intelligent. And also kind of funny. Haha. I love intelligent and funny people.
I knew you would. Sex?
No thanks. Love?
Mmmm, not right now. So, um, what do you do when you’re not working?
Oh, I don’t know. I go out to movies and museums. Jog around the park. Go for a drink with my lovely friends. Nothing abnormal.
Huh. That’s funny. I love movies. And I can tolerate a museum with the best of them. Maybe we should have sex?
Well I most enjoy going to the movies or museum with someone I love, you know?
Yeah, me too!! I feel like we may be talking about the same thing. Maybe love and sex mean the same thing, have you considered that?
Indeed, I have considered that! I actually thought about it the last time I talked to a strong, intelligent, and funny person like yourself. Ha. Just letting you know, I know how this game works.
Game? Ha, what game? I’m just trying to talk to someone about love-sex. I keep saying sex, and you keep saying love, but it translates the same for all intents and purposes, right?
NO! Love means love. Sex means sex. That’s why they’re two separate words. Duh.
Haha. Touché love, touché.
So, do you want to do something? What do you think about sex?
Hmmm, I don’t know. Sex is cool, but I prefer love.
Are you sure sex and love are not the same thing?
Hmmm, well maybe we can have sex until love develops?
Hmmm, I’m not positive, but I don’t think that’s how love works. I’m a product of sex, technically, but really I’m a product of love. You know what I mean?
Hmmm, not exactly.
Well, no matter, I have the vagina. You can’t have sex without one, right?
Yes, you are correct love. Ok. It seems you have the upper-hand here. Let me cut to the chase. How could I get you to partake with some of that there vagina?
I don’t know. Obviously I’m all about love, so maybe if you showcased a little of that it might help your cause.
Ok. I’m into that. What do I do?
I don’t know. It’s up to you. Love is personal and subjective, that’s why it’s so special.
Hmmm. But I think love and sex are the same, so how does that work? If I think love is sex, then doesn’t that mean you should have sex?
Hmmm. I’m a little confused, but I know the answer is NO!
Now you’re just being difficult.
Love is difficult.
Sex is not difficult.
Why don’t we just have sex?
Why don’t we just make love?