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No man can compete with Guy Compton

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Perry White, Mar 29, 2007.

  1. Perry White

    Perry White Active Member


    Here's one for the Breakup Hall of Fame: A woman walked out on her boyfriend because she said her new lover had a special talent - he could make her climax using only his mind.

    Such is the tale told by Quoc Pham, who is suing the mother of his child for dumping him for an Arizona cycling stud who allegedly possessed the unusual sexual gift.

    In a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Pham is demanding $1 million from Neli Petkova.

    Pham accuses Petkova of duping him into getting her pregnant - then dumping him after meeting Guy Compton in Arizona.

    "[Petkova] returned from a 10-day guided bicycle trip [in 2003] and told [Pham] that she had met someone else that could make her cervix orgasmic just by thinking and that [Pham] was sexually inadequate," the lawsuit charged. "Previously, she told [Pham] that he was a 'remarkable' lover."

    In court papers, the Jackson Heights, Queens, man charged that Petkova announced at Thanksgiving dinner that she was ditching him for "someone who could afford to buy an apartment in Manhattan."

    Pham had been misled into thinking he had a good relationship and a girlfriend who wanted his child, who is now nearly 3 years old.

    But soon after Petkova got pregnant, she told Pham he couldn't be trusted with a baby and that he wasn't fit to be a father, the lawsuit charged.

    "The real reason for all these bizarre actions were the defendant's attraction to Guy Compton," Pham said in court papers.

    Compton, who could not be reached for comment, is identified in court papers as an employee for BackRoads Inc., a travel company that caters to outdoor enthusiasts.

    The lawsuit accuses Petkova, who could not be reached for comment, of inflicting "emotional abuses" on Pham.

    Pham declined to discuss the lawsuit as he packed for a move to California - where, he said, Petkova now lives. "There is nothing I can say," he said. "It is an ongoing legal process."
  2. finishthehat

    finishthehat Active Member

    Seeing as this involves orgasms and bike-riding, I can only think of that joke about two two nuns bicycling through the old village.

    "I've never come this way before, Sister," says one.

    "Yes, it's the cobblestones," the other replies.
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