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Posted on 2007.04.16 at 22:00

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snapper521 at 2007-06-12 03:07 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Smakdown/guy time

"make sure you would not regret waking up" Yeeeah... I'm sure I wouldn't regret it. :-P Married men have had time to perfect their abilities... :-P

My name is Paul, and that's between y'all! Huh?? *confused look*
Renegade
leonardii at 2007-06-13 15:33 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Smakdown/guy time

Married men perfecting their performance! Ha! That's too funny. :)

Regarding My name is Paul, and that's between y'all!, this is a quote form the movie "Pulp Fiction."

There are many many of us here who incorporate movie quotes into our dialog responses. The things is - to respond with another quote from either the same movie - or another that fits in line with the previously said quote. It's a kind of intellectual/trivial humor that gives the dialogs and responses more flavor and color.

So, in the quote I said - it was about a guy who's boss asked him to take his wife out... so she wouldn't be bored while he (the boss) was out of town on business. All his buddies kept kidding him that he was taking the boss's wife out "on a date." The guy kept saying... "dammit - it's not a date!" Then one of the guys in the conversation said My name is Paul, and that's between y'all!, basically saying... "Hey, whatever you do with the girl - that's none of my business!"

Got it now?

snapper521 at 2007-06-13 16:26 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Smakdown/guy time

*laugh* Well... Married men should be able to prefect themselves. *laugh* It depends on the marriage I suppose. Whether they have children... or other stressers outside of the normal married life stress.

Personally, hubbies gonna get it as much as he can stand, and even a bit more then that perhaps. At least for the first 4 or 5 yrs, or till we start having kids, and then, he'll still get some as much as I can put out.

The way I figure it, I'm so picky about my guys, plus I've got an over active sex drive, soooo... If I land the guy I have in mind, I'm gonna do my best to keep 'im. And... one of the constipulations to my "perfect man", is that he has a healthy drive.

Anyway --

Movie quotes: Yeah, I know how it works, I just didn't recognize it as a movie quote. :-) Sorry. Have to pay better attention next time. However, I suppose on one hand, it may be because I'm not used to you quoting, where-as I'm used to Howton, Tomas and Goot quoting. *shrug*

I'm slow but I'll catch on. :-)

Quote make sense?: Yup. :-) Thanks.
Renegade
leonardii at 2007-06-13 17:05 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Smakdown/guy time

Well now, good for you... on all accounts.

I just hope your man is still alive after you get through with him. You know, even the best of us need some time to recover. :)

Yeah, I quote lots of things... famous people, infamous people, people of wisdom, people without wisdom (or any clue at all), The Bible, books (good, bad, and otherwise), movies, and just about anything that can generate something worth quoting.

As you said yourself - I like quoting from Sun Tzu. I do, because he has many words of wisdom that help not only in their context - war, but also in just everyday life. Which some do consider to be "war." For some of us, on some days, it's a battle just to walk out the front door. :)

I'll leave you with one of my most favorite quotes. It's more like a mantra instead of a quote... just because of its purpose. It's called "The Litany Agaist Fear." It comes from the science fiction book "Dune." Without getting too deep - basically in the society within the book, there is a sisterhood known as the Bene Gesserit. You can look up "Dune" and the sisterhood on Wikipedia. It's actually got a really good overview of the entire series and explanation of the setting, characters, technology, etc.

Anyway, the Bene Gesserit are called "witches" because through specialized training of the body and mind, they possess powerful mechanisms to control others through direct manipulation or control themselves in tims of crisis.

So, in times of panic - they call upon the "Litany Against Fear" to calm their nerves and strengthen their powers. I like it because it itself is quite powerful just as it is. I use it quite often, and it does bring a sense of calm.

I must not fear.
Fear is the mind killer.
Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration.

I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.

And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I shall remain.

-- Litany Against Fear

snapper521 at 2007-06-14 00:18 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Smakdown/guy time

*laugh*

Yeeeah. :-P There is a reason I've had so many boyfriends. :-D
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