How To Tell The Difference Between Porn And Comic Books

I still clearly remember the moment: I was digging around under my parents bed looking for something to make a catapult out of or some toy soldiers to play with. I pulled out a cardboard box full of what looked like comic books... 

The cover of the top ‘comic’ was written in a language I didn’t know but showed a real photo of a woman standing in a forest and she seemed to have something wrong with her dress. Use to the idea that characters sometimes get their costumes shredded by energy blasts and such things, I thought maybe it was more like those photo strips with words in boxes, like a German version of Eagle. I had never seen a character with quite so much of their clothing destroyed so I thought the story probably involved a big space war.

Upon flipping through the pages I quickly came to the conclusion that these stories did not include any robots or spaceships. They all seemed to involve two people, one of who was doing a job and the other person spoke to them. Once they had, they both took off their clothes and did something that I had never seen before. It was the same repeated story through the whole book and so I decided that German comics were boring, even though it left me with a funny feeling in my tummy. Thankfully, over time it all made sense. A lot has happened since last Thursday.

Q – How many Sigmund Freuds does it take to change a lightbulb?

A – Two. One to change the lightbulb and the other to HOLD THE PENI…. I mean ze ladder.