Playboy Magazines Hidden In Bedroom Before Company Comes Over

Friday, May 21, 2010

AMES, IA -- While preparing her home Friday afternoon for a gathering of friends and relatives later that evening, local housewife Imogene Stewart ordered her husband to move the two latest Playboy magazines from the living room coffee table to the bedroom for the duration of the get together. "Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the reasoned political articles and frank discussion of American culture as much as any other Playboy subscriber," said Stewart. "I just don't want people to get the wrong idea about us." Not wanting to leave her sitting area too bare, Stewart explained to her husband that the Cosmo magazine is alright to leave out because it is publicly displayed in grocery stores and Barnes & Nobles.