She looked down at me, but could only see the top of my head, resting comfortably between her legs. She moaned as the rest of my face was deep inside, pleasuring her vajayjay.
Not a very good beginning to my latest erotic story, is it?! I’m so out of it. Until I saw this article yesterday in the New York Times, I had never heard of the word “vajayjay.” Apparently, this euphemism for vagina got “her” start on a TV show.
It began on Feb. 12, 2006, when viewers of the ABC series “Grey’s Anatomy” heard the character Miranda Bailey, a pregnant doctor who had gone into labor, admonish a male intern, “Stop looking at my vajayjay.”
Now do you understand why the TV writers are on strike? Without them, we would still be crude and calling it a p***y?
Oprah then used the term on her show, catapulting the term into the public domain like Jerry Seinfeld’s wife’s lame cooking book.
As you all know, I write about my Penis a lot. I actually use the word “Penis.” That’s what it is called in the English language. If I want to be a little saucy, I might say c**k, but I tend to use asterisks. I’m very prim and proper at heart. I’m not a believer in letting it all “hang out.” I’d prefer a burlesque show to a strip joint. I’d rather keep the non-asterisks for private, like for those special moments when the women is quietly murmuring, “Give me your f**king c**k! Harder!” I believe in keeping some of the mystery out of the public realm.
If Penis = Vagina, c**k = p***y. Vagina might be a tad clinical to some, mostly because it isn’t truly the interesting part of the anatomy, or specific enough. Althoug most women hate it, I personally like the word pussy (there, I said it!) because it is sexy, and women are mysterious, like cats.
Whatever the term, I really really hate “vajayjay.” It reminds me of childish terms like wee-wee for the penis Women, please — do not use the term in the bedroom. Any man will lose his will to live if he hears you scream, “I love the way your wee-wee feels in my vajayjay.”
Neil’s Penis: Please, No!!!!