A Slovenian Folk Saying You Won’t Soon Forget

Giant Green Penis Man

A Slovenian friend recently used a Slovenian folk saying about how easy it is to propose that problems be solved by other peoples' sacrifices: "It's always easier to beat the poison ivy with someone else's dick."

This raises a few questions. First, what are Slovenians doing that brings their penises into contact with poison ivy? And is it really "easy" to bring someone to a patch of poison ivy and manipulate their member? (Perhaps yes, if it's done Lorena Bobbitt style).

These issues aside, it certainly makes the point.

5 thoughts on “A Slovenian Folk Saying You Won’t Soon Forget

  1. I suspect your Slovenian friend pulled your leg. Poison ivy is not a part of the European flora; so I seriously doubt that it could become part of a folk saying.

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  2. Always a possibility, Junger Gott, especially with this friend.

    However, my faith in the folk saying is unshaken: my friend first recited the saying in Slovenian, and confessed he had no idea how to translate the name of the plant.

    I asked him what kind of plant it was, and he said it was the kind of plant that hurts when you touch it. “Like poison ivy?” I asked. “Well, not really, but that’s close enough. The exact name of the plant is not important, just that it’s something you don’t want to touch. Especially with your penis.”

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  3. The plant in question is probably stinging nettle. If that is so, the beating may be to break the stinging hairs before further use (of the plant, that is).

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