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You Too Could Be a Phone Sex Operator

If you’ve been a little sour on dear Alma Mater lately, an anonymous Bwog informant has just stumbled upon something to restore your faith in your degree and your Columbia.

This gal’s a CU grad — just like many of you! (Go Lions!) She majored in Anthropology. And also like many of you, she loves to just gab away on the telephone, except her telephone conversations are infinitely more lucrative and sexy (?) than yours:

“Men call me for an infinity of reasons. Of course, they call to masturbate. I call it ‘Executive Stress Relief.’ It’s not sex; it’s a cocktail of testosterone, fueled by addiction to pornography, loneliness, and the need to hear a woman’s voice.”

See? Plus, there’s hope for those of you questioning the worth of your English/Anthro/Philosophy/Comp. Lit. degree:

“I make twice the money I made in the corporate world. I work from home, the money transfers into my bank account daily. I’m Scheherezade: If I don’t tell stories that fascinate the Pasha, he will kill me in the morning.”

Ha! Hear that econ. majors? Twice the money and 100% more phone sex.

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24 Comments

  • Well says:

    @Well Since she is 65, she was either GS or Barnard.

  • Math says:

    @Math Dear Bwog,
    Twice as much and 100% more mean the same thing.

    1. Spoonful of sugar says:

      @Spoonful of sugar You’re just a bitter econ major aren’t you?

  • Why, Bwog says:

    @Why, Bwog Why would you EVER post this??? My eyes are bleeding. MY EYES ARE FRIGGIN BLEEDING!!!

  • Look says:

    @Look Look at the whole gallery; it’s actually kinda neat.

  • Hmmm says:

    @Hmmm Eye Bleach!!!! Stat!

    But seriously, one of the girls was surprisingly cute. The one getting all existential on phone sex.

  • yea says:

    @yea although i don’t usually use the ‘but he/she’ didn’t go to columbia college’ i will invoke it in this case. not because i judge phone sex, but that lady chose an unflattering outfit/ pose. she fancies herself a mrs. robinson, but as a new college graduate myself i would totally not hit that.

    1. oh come on... says:

      @oh come on... “that lady chose an unflattering outfit/ pose”?

      the artist who put the book together that this came from is a photographer… i doubt this lady posed herself entirely… you’re gona use your use your ‘but he/she’ didn’t go to columbia college’ card on that? there are so many more “columbia” students that i find much more embarrassing than her…

  • Hey says:

    @Hey The “fi” ligature in “infinity” doesn’t show up in my RSS feed. Just thought you should know.

    1. Font lover says:

      @Font lover That’s because your RSS reader is displaying the post in a font that doesn’t have ligatures. Change the font in your reader (if you can) to whichever one in the following family (from the Bwog CSS page) gets used in your browser and you’ll have ligatures:

      font-family: ‘Adobe Caslon Regular’, ‘Adobe Caslon Reg SC’, ‘Adobe Caslon Regular Alternate’, ‘Adobe Caslon Reg’, Caslon, ‘Adobe Garamond’, ‘Garamond ITC’, Garamond, Georgia, ‘Times New Roman’, sans-serif;

      1. I love fonts too says:

        @I love fonts too I’m using Google Reader on my iGoogle homepage. Anyway I was just pointing it out because that problem has never happened before. I’m guessing they got the text from a Word or Apple Pages document where the ligatures were automatically put in, and it was copied and pasted onto the Bwog entry. I’ve seen ligatures mess up a PowerPoint presentation made on a Mac but played on a PC, it wasn’t pretty.

        1. ZvS says:

          @ZvS Hmmm… I’ve now retired from webmaster, but this is pretty interesting… because there’s no ligature in the HTML source!

          That said, I use Google Reader to keep up with Bwog and it’s wrong for me too. How odd.

  • spike lee says:

    @spike lee made me believe all of these women should look like theresa randle.

    bastard

  • yeah says:

    @yeah I agree. Since when did CC become a certificate for good looks?

  • hmmm says:

    @hmmm interesting post, Bwog. way to keep an eye out for interesting alumni.

  • i just says:

    @i just soiled myself. Phone sex: one more thing to add to my “do not do” list.

  • Thanks says:

    @Thanks but I’d rather work in the “corporate world”. As a cultural anthropology major (does such a thing exist?) and a phone expert, she was probably referring to the receptionist’s position.

  • wooooooooo says:

    @wooooooooo dayum look at those sexy gams.

  • i am says:

    @i am going to keep believing that one of the olsen twins answers my phone sex calls thank you very much.

    1. uhh says:

      @uhh the olsen twins? ok…

    2. that's says:

      @that's hot!

  • macaulay says:

    @macaulay buzz’s girlfriend, woof!

    1. EAL says:

      @EAL A Home Alone allusion! Well done!

      Yes, I agree that this was most disturbing.

  • oriental tales says:

    @oriental tales hahahaha…”I’m Scheherezade”

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