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Icon 1 posted May 02, 2003 08:40            Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
On a friends Away message on AIM

"I've got 17 inches in my lap"

and

"17 inches baby!"

He just got a new PowerBook [Wink]

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Icon 1 posted May 02, 2003 08:42      Profile for spungo     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
>>Aren't we using the term "gentlemen" a little "loosely" here??

Why, Madam, whatever do you mean? Besides, I would have thought a lady would have no use for two question marks after a sentence. [Razz]

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Living dangerously, aren't we, spungo? (Calling a woman turning...well, my age..."Madam") [Razz]


But, then again, you did say "lady" in the next sentence. [Wink]

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Icon 1 posted May 02, 2003 09:01      Profile for spungo     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
There's nothing incorrect or improper about "Madam". What would you prefer - "Ma'am"? [Smile]

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Icon 1 posted May 02, 2003 09:13      Profile for snupy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I'm just pullin' your plonker! [Razz]


No, you're right, "madam" is better than "ma'am", but don't BOTH imply oldness????

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quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
I'm just pullin' your plonker! [Razz]

No, you're right, "madam" is better than "ma'am", but don't BOTH imply oldness????

No, not at all. Ma'am is a more official/esteemed title - e.g., for the Queen.

Madam is just the female equivalent of Sir. There is no English equivalent of Mademoiselle (except 'Miss', which is not quite the same).

edit: actually, that's cobblers - Ma'am is just a contraction of madam... perfectly ordinary, I think...

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Icon 12 posted May 02, 2003 09:25      Profile for snupy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Well, sure-you Brits can make anything sound esteemed(and sexy!!!)

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Your opposable thumbs push my buttons !!! [crazy]

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Like pancakes?
*wait for response*
Wanna screw?

I've heard many varieties of this, not sure if it works though... [Wink]

-Oz

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quote:
Originally posted by Oz, the Wizard of:
Like pancakes?
*wait for response*
Wanna screw?

I've heard many varieties of this, not sure if it works though... [Wink]

-Oz

Yeah, with this being the most famous one, I'd say. [Don't visit if you can easily be offended by vulgar words or ideas - or at the very least, don't complain to me if you don't heed my words.]

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I heard that about 9 years ago in HS I think
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"Want to get a pizza and f*ck?"
"NO!"
"What, you don't like pizza?"

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Do you play Vampire?

(as in by White Wolf)

Worked for me. I'm married now [Smile]

-WS

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He: Do you have any Viking in ye?

She: No......

He: Would ye like a little Viking in ye, then?

*slap*


That only worked one for me, actually

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some that ive used (ok, not geeky) but worked.

by a UPS truck
"hey, do you work for UPS?"
"uhh, no"
"oh, i was wondering if you wantd to inspect my package"

i had a business card with my face on it (i looked excstatic, big ole grin and a thumbs-up) and it said "laugh if you wanna f**k me." they laughed.

are those astronaut pants? cause your butt is outta this world!

Uh, oh. My parents met at a place like this. Let's get the hell out of here

Why don't you come over here, sit on my lap and we'll talk about the first thing that pops up?

Hey I see your wearing clothes, I'm wearing clothes, you know we have something in common we should get together and do something sometime.


by worked, i mean a conversation got up, dont mean anything after that happened.

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Calrockr: Those are great! [Smile] I can definitely see those as being good icebreakers - getting beyond that would be tricky.

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i had a business card with my face on it (i looked excstatic, big ole grin and a thumbs-up) and it said "laugh if you wanna f**k me." they laughed.

thats freaking funny

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My friend had a few funny ones, that I had all but fogot about... So here they are:

(I know this one is similar to the card above)
F*ck me if I'm wrong, but don't you want to kiss me.

(I know similair has been posted)
I'd have a large popcorn, your phone number and a small coke.

So, your a nurse? Then how about giving me a oral exploration, a tonsilectame or perhaps just a spung bath?

Can I buy you breakfast tommarow?

At Summerfest, he picked up a shirt that said "I'm here about the blow job," and took to the cashier (much older), she said "That'd be 15 dollars." He replied "What, you thought I wasn'ted to buy the shirt." She replied, "Oh, yeah... Like I want to play teacher to kid like you. You probably don't know where to put it." He promptly turned bright red, paid for shirt and we moved on to find more music.

Hand them an application for the position of Girl Friend....

(pick up line for the ladies)
Is that screwdriver in your pocket or are you happy to see me?

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I wanna heal you grand theft auto style.

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Jesus shit, dude! I've heard of necroposting but this thread is just dust and worm shit - let it go gently into that dark night. [Wink]

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particularly to girls in motor cycle leathers/PVC

So wanna get buttered up and let me into your Matrix?

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Not had a chance to try this one yet, but:

Does this cloth smell like cloroform to you?

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quote:
Originally posted by Pitr Dubovich:
particularly to girls in motor cycle leathers/PVC

So wanna get buttered up and let me into your Matrix?

Stop Necroposting! Especially with Stef's pickup lines. Am goink to have to send plane to Antarctica for Darkside Dave to Kick Your ASP!!!!!! [Mad]

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