And What Did You
Have for Lunch?
politician in northern Sweden wants to list sex
as an officially approved activity for civil
servants during their daily paid lunch break. Per-Erik,
Muskos of Overtornea on the Arctic Circle made
a serious and formal proposal
to add sex to the list of acceptable activities,
which also include going to the gym or getting a
massage, as well as eating. --Associated
I told our Director that Agneta, a superb
accountant, and I were simply making our country
stronger through our noontime trysts. Morale
would improve in our office. But he was so
uncivil, so un-Swedish. He didnt have
to yell simply because Agneta had approached the
tax auditor without her clothes on.
We decided the
motor pool would be safer from prying eyes.
Obviously, we had to turn on the truck engine
because it was bitter cold. But how were we
to know the bloody machine would lurch forward
when Agneta had an uncontrollable orgasm and
pushed the gearshift. Women do get emotional.
Fortunately, we leaped from the truck before it
crashed into the office. (We apologize for
the supervisors broken member and his
noontime lovers wrenched back.)
in a darkened conference room, Agneta and I still
had 15 minutes of lunch break and resumed our
noontime workout. No one was more chagrined when
the lights suddenly were turned on and we found
ourselves in the middle of the conference table
surrounded by visiting dignitaries from Lapland.
Yes, I know
older Swedes are a bit embarrassed to talk about
sex outside the bedroom. But we are happy to
announce Agneta is now pregnant, we plan to marry,
and Overtorneas population will be 4,501 in
nine more months.
Soon I will be
back to eating my reindeer sandwiches with
lingonberries while Agneta is on maternity leave.
However, Im happy that the Laplanders
returned home with new thoughts on increasing