Are Mermaids The New Vampires? Ctd

A reader writes:

Well of course this discussion reminds me of the episode of Futurama where, in the lost city of “Atlanta”, Fry meets and falls for a mermaid. Of course the deal breaker is that she has fish parts instead of lady parts down below. I couldn’t find the clip from the deal breaker scene, but I did find this mashup with accompanying song that sums the episode up pretty well!

Another sends the above video:

There’s always a gay angle to mermaid sexuality … you’ve probably run across this guy? I think he’s kind of hot. And he’s really talented, because he makes the tails he wears and produces them for movie studios and theme parks.

Another tells a dirty joke:

After a year at sea, a sailor returns to his home port and walks into his favorite bar, and everyone turns to stare at him because his head has shrunk to the size of a grapefruit. Finally, one of his oldest friends asks him what has happened.  And the sailor tells this story:

“We were at sea, and it was fine weather with a fair wind,  and there wasn’t much to do that day, so I decided to do a little fishing. I felt this immense tug on the line, and when I reeled in my catch, what had I caught but the most beautiful mermaid in all the seven seas!

“And she said to me, ‘Mr. Sailor, sir, please, won’t you let me go!  I am a magical mermaid, and I can grant you your very fondest wish if only you’ll release me.’

“And so I said to her, ‘Well, Miss Mermaid, ever since I went to sea, I’ve had only one dream: to make love to a mermaid.  So if we can go below … ‘

“But she interrupted me, and said, ‘Alas, Mr. Sailor, I’m sorry, but that’s the one wish I can’t grant, because as you see, I’m a woman from the waist up, but I’m a fish from the waist down.’

“And so I said to her, ‘Well, that’s OK, Miss Mermaid.  Why don’t you just give me a little head?'”

Update from a reader:

Some friends were joking about the dick dock in Ptown and someone made a comment about all the semen that must be in the sand. Another quipped, “Where do you think mermaids come from?”