As Washington approaches the official deadline for the default of our economy (the massive harm already inflicted will unfold over years and is well under way: Fitch has taken us off A rating to ‘Watch’) we have been alerted to the debate that cuts to the heart of our being.
Do we ‘come’ or do we, as I believe, ‘cum.’
Preference or grammar? Two sentences for your consideration:
A: ‘Did you come in those pants?’ As in, dude, what a fashion statement.
B: Did you cum in those pants? As in, dude, you’ll want to pre-soak.
The debate, masterfully handled by Mr. Dan Savage, rages in the comments at Savage Love. So far it seems that the ‘comers’ outnumber ‘cummers’. This to me is the okay/OK debate reignited. Brits tend to write OK (which I believe to be the correct form so case closed), Americans tend to prefer the pathetically flaccid ‘okay’.
To which I say: Where is the explosion in the word? Is it even a word or does it more properly denote an ejaculation? A verbal ‘cumming’ if you will.
Which returns us to ‘cum’. On Twitter: short is good. (This does not always apply to life.)
My money’s on cum. Pass the towel.