...rdquo; Hugh input.
“I was curious how the act got to be associated with ‘birds and bees.’ Let’s face it, birds and bees reproduce in relatively different methods from human beings. And the whole reference in regards to bees, seems to be analogous to the pollination of flowers. Which I guess is a hidden reference to the ‘pollination’ of the female genitalia. Yet, I laugh at the comparison,” Jimmy stated and looked up at his father.
“Well, that’s good, son. Listen, there’s this logic when it comes to girls,” Hugh said as he readjusted himself in his chair.
“Logic? Dad, logic and girls don’t mix. I mean, honestly, figuring out the female of the species is an exercise in patience. I think I know what you’re going to say. You’re going to tell me about the associated risks of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, right?” Jimmy ventured.
“Well, uh,” Hugh replied, trying to get his bearings.
“As far as STD’s goes, I’d say it’s a fargone conclusion that I’d be only interested in one female. Afterall, who has time for girls when science beckons? Besides, there are only a ton of ways in which to be properly protected against just such an event. What I would want is someone my intellectual equal. Yes, it’s true I’ve had an interest in a girl at school. She’s really cute. However, my interest in her is r...