Do you frequently listen to National Public Radio? If you've listened to hosts like Ira Glass or local hosts on your listener-supported station, then this is for you.
This is my idea of a future National Public Radio host getting lucky on a college graduate weekend in Vegas:
"Yes, yes. You like that tumescent male organ, don't you? Don't you? I'm awaiting your response. Please answer and then could you fondle my testicles? I'd greatly appreciate that."
Being a Vegas hook-up, the encounter might end with "The money is on the dresser. Right next to my PBS tote bag."
Not all of them, but a few of the NPR hosts sound way too whitebread. Can you imagine what Ira Glass would sound like during a hot "Who's your daddy" moment? Or, in the NPR fashion, a "Who's your father figure" moment? Wow.
Maybe that could be one of his shows. "Hi. I'm Ira Glass. Next on This American Life, I get my freak on! Bitch!" That would be the episode that would actually make millions of us working class African-Americans want to listen to the show.