How to Strip Your Wife: Do You Really Need Instructions?

A few months ago, Silverwolf wrote a serious blog on the Civil Rights implications of those heinous machines that look through people’s clothing at airports, and the passive wimpishness of the public in response to this visual rape. (The Blog was entitled: “May I Strip Search Your Wife and Daughter? Why sure!”)

However, in response, it would seem to be that the search entry that directed most people to this post had nothing to do with Civil Rights abuses, but usually was a request for information pertaining to “how to strip your wife”.

Silverwolf must wonder at the denseness of male Human Beings if they can get themselves married off, but yet not have grasped this vital skill. Can their education be so lacking in basics?

Therefore, Silverwolf wishes to put an end to the constant searching amongst Human Beings for an answer to “how to strip your wife”. He will tell Human Beings (male) how to do it.

Firstly, undo all buttons, zippers, and velcro fasteners. Then pull hard. It’s really that simple. And if it’s something you’ve never done before, you might be very pleasantly surprised at the outcome.

Then again, you might not be.

Hooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwww! — Silverwolf

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2 Responses to “How to Strip Your Wife: Do You Really Need Instructions?”

  1. BottledEye Says:

    That is not how they do it in Kentucky.

  2. lobobreed Says:

    BottledEye — Yes, thanks for reminding me. How could I have forgotten that one exception?

    I hear that, using a little Kentucky windage, they stand ten yards away from their wives with a sawed-off shotgun, and then blast the buttons off without ever once hurting their wives. This is completely legal throughout the State of Kentucky, except within five miles of downtown Booneville.

    Recently I’ve been hearing more and more rumours that live Human Beings have been sighted living in Kentucky. Is this really true?! — Silverwolf

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