Rectilinear

I was reading though my spectacular textbook for Art History called, “Understanding Art” by Lois Fichner-Rathus and I saw a word that jumped off the page and into my imagination.  Let the following word roll off your tongue a few times and tell me that it’s not entertaining to say.

Rectilinear

Though the author defines it as a type of shape, I immediately conjured up an image of Dyke’s rectal cavity and the 12″ long, black, linear object that Smeggy more than likely uses to penetrate it every night.  And, knowing Smeggy the way I do, I doubt she uses lube.

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