[Dick Spit No. 2018-04]
Rarely do I feel the need to be ambiguous when I am writing or speaking about anything. My intent is to always be clear when expressing myself. I simply feel it is important to eliminate any chance of unnecessary ambiguity; unless of course, certain aspects of the topic about which I’m writing or speaking makes it necessary to be ambiguous.
Sometimes when I’m writing articles related to male sex and/or sexuality – particularly when the subject refers to or is directly talking about dick/cock, there are moments when I feel the use of words like “difficult” or difficulty” would be better and clearer to use in a sentence discussing and/or describing a particular action or activity related to the functioning of that particular male sex organ than using words like “hard” or “harder”.
Fellow wordsmiths who also write blog articles on the subject of male sexuality – and who are proficient in grammar, efficient sentence structure, unambiguous word usage, and effective word flow, will understand and may appreciate the humor behind this article.
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