Objectum Sexuality – Don’t Act Like You’ve Never Heard Of It Before

Here are a couple of videos from a recent documentary (each video has less than 2000 views on YouTube, so we’re catching this phenomenon on the way up). Yes they’re long, I just told you they are from a documentary, but don’t worry you will get the point very early on. They swear it’s true, I researched it and there seems to be a decent amount of information out there on the topic. There was a character on an episode of Boston Legal who was an Objectum Sexual, and my own sister says goodnight to the lamp when she turns it off (she also seemed to have a strange relationship with our schoolbus when we were kids too). So that’s really all the proof I need.


Sorry, the original videos were removed. I hope you enjoy this one, it’s very similar to the second one.
Here’s another:

Okay, I actually got a little aroused watching this one. Is that weird?

Um… Okay… Well I’m gonna go fuck a wall outlet in my bedroom, you guys discuss this one among yourselves.

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5 Responses to “Objectum Sexuality – Don’t Act Like You’ve Never Heard Of It Before”

  1. Okay, I have to admit. I’m EXCITED to watch this video. I read the first paragraph and realized I don’t have time to watch this while I’m at work. I can’t wait to get home and I’ll comment again with my response. And, no, I’ve never heard of Objectum Sexuality.

  2. Well, the next time I think I’m a little weird I’m just going to remember these videos and think “Hey, I’m really okay”. Thanks for reminding me.

  3. Hysterical! Not sure if you know this but that ride love scene took place at Knobles. I’ll never get on that one again—it’s missing too much grease now.

    Excuse me I have to go “adjust” a carburetor in my garage.

  4. Maybe it’s me, but considering the “objects” of their desires, the Twin Towers, the Statue of Liberty, even the gondola ride with it’s “round counterweight, and long thin jib,” I think the object they really crave is a dick.

    I remember when an obsession with phallic objects was not autism, it was impending sluttiness

  5. It’s cool that you get to see people who read your blog in person. I know plenty of Chicagoans read this blog, but we’d never recognize each other on the street.