May 26, 2009

Sex Education

Discuss:

17 comments:

julie said...

Yep, looks about right.

Jean said...

Nope.

Joan of Argghh! said...

It's not necessarily about sex as an act, but as a state of being. But I think a picture tells it all.

dogette said...

Makes perfect sense to me. "These go to eleven."

Velociman said...

Yep. Men spend all that time trying to figure out which knob is the "Gain" knob.

diamond dave said...

Pretty accurate.

mushroom said...

I've got the sequence down, but at one point you have to turn three knobs simultaneously while holding down a lock button.

CastoCreations said...

*snort* Classic. I had to twitter it. =)

PeggyU said...

Shouldn't there be a scoreboard or a counter or something on the "Men" one as well?

Irrelephant said...

I'm in a two-week class out of town, and am the only man out of the seventeen of us, along with three female teachers. Oh yes, this is DEAD ON. If I were teaching the class it'd take three days. It's going to take my teachers nine business days.

Nothing personal, I loooove women, but ye gods, let's get to the point please!

Joan of Argghh! said...

Oh dear! But I'd have to agree. Nothing chafes my attitude worse than rabbit-trail teachers.

PeggyU said...

We can't help it!

robinstarfish said...

However, if this is stereo equipment, it's labeled backwards.

wv: The alierset knob is clearly out of adjustment!

Mark Alger said...

The illustration is wrong in one significant detail. The knobs and buttons on the panel labeled "Women" all have labels and/or graduations. Utterly unrealistic.

M

Joan of Argghh! said...

Mark, the labels are meaningless anyway, since every woman is different, some knobs are just for show (of course!) and the ones that actually work are usually cross-circuited differently about every 5 years.

Hammer said...

That sure is a small toggle switch ;)

Joan of Argghh! said...

Ha! The toggle is merely a metaphor for how little it takes to get things started. . .