Valentines Day is the day that the "V" and "D" come together.
“That’s what she said” (TWSS) jokes are emblematic of our culture’s fascination with female sexuality. TWSS jokes make innocent comments seem sexual by suggesting that any given statement was said by a female while engaged in a sexual activity. When someone responds to a statement with “that’s what she said,” they emphasize even the slightest sexual connotation of the statement. For an example, look no further than the TV show that popularized the phenomenon, The Office. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve heard some very funny TWSS jokes in my day, and many that made me cringe. I don’t think that TWSS jokes are particularly offensive or troublesome. Instead, I see them as a four word summary of four lessons society teaches us about women and sex.
An evening of Valentine's Day.
A man comes to a drug store: "Good evening!"
"Sorry, we are sold out..."
10. I admire your strength, I admire your spunk, But the thing I like best, is getting you drunk.
9. Our love will never become cold and hollow, Unless, one day, you refuse to swallow.
8. I bought this Valentine's card at the store, In hopes that, later, you'd be my whore.
7. This feels so good, it feels so right, I just wish it wasn't $250 a night.
6. You're a woman of style, you're a woman of class, Especially when I'm spanking, your big-round-fat ass.
5. Before I met you, my heart was so famished, But now I'm fulfilled. . . SO MAKE ME A SAMICH!!!
4. Through all the things that came to pass, Our love has grown. . . but so's your ass.
3. You're a honey. . . and you're a cutie, I just wished you had J-Lo's "booty".
2. I don't wanna be sappy or silly or corny, So right to the point, let's do it, I'm horny!
1. If you think that hickey looks like a blister. You should check out the one that I gave to your sister!
He’s The Boss.
TWSS jokes don’t express female enjoyment of sexuality. Instead, TWSS jokes focus on “her” surprise, naiveté, and vulnerability. America loves to think girls don’t know anything about sex; just ask Jessica Valenti, the author of The Purity Myth. TWSS jokes aren’t about sex as an expression of love and commitment between two people. Most, if not all, TWSS jokes are about the guy’s sexual expertise and physical…endowment. These jokes reiterate lessons young men are taught: that they must impress their partner with their sheer masculinity, and that size does matter, if you know what I mean. Perhaps the most troublesome message is that TWSS jokes always portray girls as passive and submissive. What she says to him is never an articulation of her love, her pleasure or her desires. As much as our culture obsesses over female sexuality, the actual act of sex is about his experience. His pleasure is paramount and girls are there to please, not to enjoy.
Valentines day sex jokes: TWSS jokes make innocent comments seem sexual by suggesting that any given statement was said by a female while engaged in a sexual activity. Instead, I see them as a four word summary of four lessons society teaches us about women and sex.