Title text: That's a gneiss butte.
Here we have Cueball and Megan (with her stylish Geology hat) discussing Geology and the words they use are ripe with puns and double entendres which also have sexual meanings. In the end they just decide to get it on.
In the alt text, gneiss (pronounced "nees") is a type of rock, and butte (pronounced "but") is a conspicuous isolated hill with steep, often vertical sides and a small, relatively flat top. Thus, phonetically, a "gneiss butte" is pronounced similar to a "nice butt".
- [Two people are doing a geological survey]
- Person 1: Forget the bedding - we were wrong about the whole valley.
- Person 2: The spreading is recent.
- Person 1: See the friction breccia?
- Person 2: Oh - flow cleavage! Deeper in the rift.
- Person 1: Deeper.
- [An idea pops into Person 1's head]
- Person 1: This orogeny
- Person 2: is driven by a
- Person 1: *huge*
- Person 2: *thrust* fault
- [The same idea pops into person 2's head]
- [They both drop to the ground in a fit of passion]
- Geology: Surprisingly erotic.