Published: August 17, 2011
If you do end up having to redefine the word "rick," which you threatened to do in your recent Funny or Die video, I have a suggestion: rick (v): to remove santorum orally. ("He was so grateful for the lay that he ricked his partner.") —Happy To Help
P.S. Thanks for your efforts on behalf of equality for all.
You're welcome, HTH, and in case anyone missed my Funny or Die video — in which I threatened to redefine Rick Santorum's first name if he didn't lay off the gay bashing — you can watch it at tinyurl.com/ricksick.
Santorum hasn't laid off the gay bashing, as it's all he's got, so it looks like I'm going to have to go ahead and redefine his first name, too. (My apologies to Rick Dees, Rick Fox, Ricki Lake, and all the other innocent Ricks out there.) The definition I proposed in my video was a little too long and involved, so I vote for adopting yours, HTH. Now "Rick Santorum" isn't just a vile and disgusting politician — he's a vile and disgusting sentence.
That said, I don't think someone would rick his or her partner out of gratitude; ricking someone — sucking the frothy mix of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex out of someone's ass — is something a person would do only under duress or under orders from a cruel BDSM top.
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