Thursday, 20 January 2011

Cerebral Coitus: better than sex???

Whilst watching 'Brothers and Sisters' this one time, I was introduced to the phrase 'brain sex'. What is this you ask? [so glad you did]....

Brain sex [or my very own adaptation, 'cerebral coitus'] is the phenomenon that occurs when two people [of opposing gender if you're heterosexual] engage in a passionate merging of minds. There is no penile penetration, no pregnancy and sure as heck no disease but rather the incredibly attractive insertion of knowledge into another's mind.

It was whilst watching this that I realised that far beyond being a self declared 'blazerwhore', I am also somewhat of a intellectual power whore. On occasion, I have been known to drool when a man [even one of erm mediocre physical attractiveness] does/says something that is borderline genius and then wins all the power as a result. Does that make me a wee bit sick??

I tried to share this with a friend of mine but apparently I 'took it too far' when I politely asked him to 'stick his knowledge in me any time he wanted'. I mean, honestly, I even said please. *sigh* It is a sad day when the world fails to recognise cerebral coitus as the best form of foreplay ever. What are genitals in the face of the stimulation of my greys anatomy? hmmm? NOTHING that's what.

is it too late to promise I am not weird?? because I really am not...





here are some of the T.V. characters that shiver my timbers when they talk the talk...

one senator Robert McAllister [brothers and sisters/ the man who started it all]
 Will Gardner [the good wife]
 Eli Gold [the good wife]

At this point, I must reiterate that cerebral coitus is REALLY not about the visual aesthetics etc but if you CAN get my mind all hot and bothered then you are a good deal more likely to get me to drop the 'brain' prefix [upon marriage of course].. ..oh dear...If my mother should ever see this...

*she sings* "I don't see nothing wrooooong, with a little cerebral coitus..." [not quite the R.Kelly version but ho hum]

Love, Peace and worthwhile degrees :D 

7 comments:

Miss behaviour said...

lol. So do you have thoughtgasms?

Nicola said...

yes. yes i do. it's like an explosion. but a good one.

**OnYxStA** said...

you are after my heart with those Good wife picks! SHEESH!!

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Nicola said...

RIGHT?? intellectual men are just so bloody hot!!

Janet Gok-Jan said...

Ive never nodded my head so much whilst reading a blog post, this is tooooo correct!
Lol you're not alone on that.. totally love your blog btw :)

Vallin Sfas said...

In December 1987 I played my first two 'Messiahs' as a professional bassist. I'd worked on it since October, and I was having a difficult go of it. The first one I was "secondo" (which took some adjusting as I was usually solo) to the Ass't Principal bassist of the NC Symphony which gave me some flash mentor points for the next gig.

The rehearsal was Wed. the 16th--Beethoven's birthday!--for the Sunday concert. So that Wed. evening at 7:30 in walked the most adorable ray-of-sunshine cello-nymphette. And a friendly young pip, too. I would soon discover she was quite gifted, talented, and ambitious. She had actually been a "Young Soloist" guest at a Raleigh Symphony concert I missed by one day the year before.

We totally clicked musically. We sounded like one smooth continuo part. I'd never played better before. She inspired me to add more gigs to my season roster, and we met up at several gigs over the next year before she went to Northwestern. There's a little cello-bass tag at the coda of "For Unto Us" that I always call the "Jennifer riff" because of her.

arturozinga said...

Good post...I think everybody is sapiosexual in one way or the other. After all, everybody loves a smart kid. Recently, I watched Christina Amanpour interview the smart Malala Yousafza. At the end of the program, she jokingly told Malala, "I need to introduce you to my son". That sums it up.

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