Marion, OH—Joshua Linskey admitted to our own Cokie McGrath that his decision to take down the poster wasn’t an easy one. The Farrah Fawcett poster holds considerable nostalgia for Mr. Linskey, a nostalgia reaching clear back to his first masturbatory experiences. Despite the impact of the emotionally charged event, the Ohio man tried to maintain his sense of humor.
“I guess sometimes it’s time to say Farah-well.”
Before taking down the poster, he asked to be alone for a moment—a moment that took about ten unsettling minutes. Then, with great care, he removed the poster in the presence of our own Cokie McGrath, who may opt to sue Mr. Winslow for his insistence she cover this story. Linskey denied allegations the poster, hanging in his room since 1978, had any impact on his inability to date.
“No, it’s probably just my grating personality, or, then again, it could be the Styx poster next to it.” The Styx poster is slated to come down in the spring of 2014.
When asked what he does with the posters once they are down, Linksey replied, “You don’t want to know.”