Words Men Use -- and What They Mean
He didn't actually hear anything you said, but he's learned that if he doesn't say something when you talk, you'll keep talking.
Somewhere between "in a little while" and "the end of time". Never actually means five minutes unless you gave that as a time limit, in which case it means five minutes, timed to the closest millisecond.
Of Course I Love You for You!
He loves you for your body. If that goes, so will he.
Is it OK if I...?
He's already done it, so you may as well approve.
Although not actually a word, the loud sigh accompanies the realization that he's going to have to figure out a way to undo something he's already done in the hopes that you'd approve.
He forgot what he was going to say, most likely because he was distracted by the subtle jiggle of your/your sister's/your best friend's/some stranger's breasts.
Thank you. Really, really thank you -- I thought for sure you'd say no.
Posted September 24, 2007
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