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Life before the Student Conduct Code

So some benevolent but inscrutable soul donated a 10-inch stack of very old issues of Playboy to the 1st floor men’s room at the Knight Library yesterday. They looked fairly hygienic, and as I am a softy for both (a) periodicals old enough to be historically interesting, and (b) boobings, I helped myself to October 1980, “The Girls of Canada.”

As I flipped through the articles back at home, I noticed this bit of snark in the “After Hours” section:


In a new teaching assistants’ handbook, the University of Oregon plagiarized a section devoted to plagiarism from a similar handbook published by Stanford University. University of Oregon officials apologized and said they would revise their guidebook. Reportedly, the next version will be called either Robert’s Rules or Crime and Punishment.

Okay. I have no idea how to end this pointless post, so how about a 1980 Playboy Party Joke?

“When, in the inexperienced days of my youth,” the middle-aged man recounted to the psychiatrist, “my lovely young wife stroked my hair, my organ stood up! But now,” he continued, “whenever the old bag strokes my organ, my hair stands on end!”

Ho ho ho! They sure knew how to work a room back in 1980!

  1. Danimal says:

    Hey, I’m not trying to bullshit anybody. I disclosed my affinity for “boobings.”

  2. Timothy says:

    Dan just left out the next part of the sentence: “on my way to the titties.”

  3. Olly says:

    “Flipped through the articles”. Suuuure.

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