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  • Mainly they get caught with crumbs on the floor in their neighborhood - I think most of the sex part is in your febrile imagination :-)

    November 18, 2007

  • But it's the way it's written. It's obvious (to me) that the molecule theory as stated is, if not entirely metaphorical, a front for a more lubricious story. It's the intimate detail with which the bikes are described, every crossbar and spoke, the way they sidle furtively along walls, what they get up to with their riders in the remote country lanes.

    November 18, 2007

  • yarb: The mollykewl theory doesn't really have any particular sexual connotations, however.

    November 18, 2007

  • Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman contains some disturbing allusions to human-bike intimacy.

    November 18, 2007

  • Inspired by this story.

    I also loved this bit of the article:

    "This is not the first legal case involving someone simulating sex with an inanimate object.

    * In 1997 Robert Watt, 38, was fined £100 for trying to have sex with a shoe in an Edinburgh street
    * In 2002 the same man was arrested for simulating sex with a traffic cone in front of a crowd of people."

    November 18, 2007