I hope this blogpost is helpful when people google ‘Oklahoma public television’

January 8, 2011

The very best thing about a Saturday morning is drinking a whole pot of coffee one cup at a time, getting all caffeined up to complete my chore list do nothing. This morning, I drank from a naked lady mug my friend gave me:

Fishs Eddy mug

The second best thing about this particular chilly mid-winter Saturday morning, is getting to watch hours of local public television programming, starting at about 7:45 a.m. OETA is Oklahoma’s statewide public media source that provides educational and public television programming to Oklahomans statewide. On any Saturday morning, an Oklahoman like myself might be educated in such areas as wire welding and winter heat exhaustion on the show Sunup, cutting quilt shapes and sewing quilt pieces together on the show Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting, and more sewing and how to make ‘expressive sweatshirts’ on Sewing with Nancy. Nancy can refurbish a sweatshirt like nobody else. She can cut the sleeves off to make a vest, and she sews stretchy headbands (!) on the front of the sweatshirt for decoration.

If none of this programming sounds interesting to you, I don’t know what is wrong with you. But I’ll give you ideas for spicing up a Saturday morning watching OETA anyway. You could:

1. Stroke your naked lady mug while people talk about sewing.

2. Stroke a real naked lady if you have one nearby, one that wants to be stroked.

3. Get naked and stroke yourself. This suggestion is for the ladies and the gentlemen.

I hope that my Saturday morning Oklahoma public television research has been helpful for you all.

Until next time,

Spring

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4 Responses to “I hope this blogpost is helpful when people google ‘Oklahoma public television’”

  1. Miz H Says:

    I like to do the same thing on Sunday mornings with the Antiques Roadshow/Nature/Nova trifecta.

  2. beamish Says:

    mmmmm, antiques road show…

  3. okiefeminist Says:

    antiques road show naked!

  4. Daniel Says:

    When I was a kid, our Sunday night family ritual was to bring dinner into the living room and watch Nature. Sometimes we’d get a special treat and order pizza. However, it rarely involved nudity or masturbation.

    On a related note, that coffee mug is hella sexy.


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