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we wont go as far as to say that every guy has had this feeling at least once, but, ummmm, every guy has had this feeling at least once.

(btw, you can never go wrong with british comedy.)


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  • F_T_Enchantress

    Really? That’s hilarious! I guess Chivalry really is dead then?

  • F_T_Enchantress

    Really? That’s hilarious! I guess Chivalry really is dead then?

  • LoL. To be honest, I can’t say I’ve had that feeling. The closest I come to it is when she mentions the bf and I’m like “Aha, that’s why it was so easy to talk to her”.

    Hmm. . .or maybe I got closer with the one that said “I can’t dance too close to you cuz my bf is watching”. She later broke that rule. . . and at some point the words f*ck did leave my lips.

    Though the most fun have been the ones who did NOT mention a bf at all. There was a funny incident in TLH that involved a girl being practically dragged out of a club by a guy a few moments after showing me just what she meant when she said “there’s no point in coming to these places if you’re not going to flirt”. I still can’t believe (at that time at least) that I responded to that with a straight face.

    • TLH?

      • Tallahassee. Ever since I worked for this FAA/DoD firm, I tend refer to cities by their airport codes.

        • 2Degreez

          Tallahassee? Did this happen at the Moon? LOL!

          • The Moon. . . nah. I was never there enough to get into trouble. This was at Clydes.

            • 2Degreez

              Ah yes, Clyde’s and Costello’s. Did you go to FAMU or FSU?

            • 2Degreez

              Ah yes, Clyde’s and Costello’s. Did you go to FAMU or FSU?

            • Neither. I spent 13 months working in TLH before going back to school.

              Both. While I was there, I took a class at FSU’s school of engineering while registered as a FAMU student.

            • Neither. I spent 13 months working in TLH before going back to school.

              Both. While I was there, I took a class at FSU’s school of engineering while registered as a FAMU student.

            • Man Clyde’s and Costello’s…talking about memories but that’s nothing…bring back those good ole days of CPA anyday and I’M THERE!!

            • Man Clyde’s and Costello’s…talking about memories but that’s nothing…bring back those good ole days of CPA anyday and I’M THERE!!

          • The Moon. . . nah. I was never there enough to get into trouble. This was at Clydes.

        • 2Degreez

          Tallahassee? Did this happen at the Moon? LOL!

        • Tallahassee has always had one of my favorite nicknames in the Tally-Ho.

          It’s fun and ignorant all at the same time.

          • 2Degreez

            “Fun and ignorant all at the same time.”

            It’s funny how that’s also an accurate description of Tallahassee as a city.

          • 2Degreez

            “Fun and ignorant all at the same time.”

            It’s funny how that’s also an accurate description of Tallahassee as a city.

          • Good ole Tally-ho…I was thinking about venturing there this weekend for a little physical solace…

            • If it wasn’t such a long drive, I’d be right there with you ;)

            • If it wasn’t such a long drive, I’d be right there with you ;)

          • Good ole Tally-ho…I was thinking about venturing there this weekend for a little physical solace…

        • Tallahassee has always had one of my favorite nicknames in the Tally-Ho.

          It’s fun and ignorant all at the same time.

      • Tallahassee. Ever since I worked for this FAA/DoD firm, I tend refer to cities by their airport codes.

    • TLH?

  • LoL. To be honest, I can’t say I’ve had that feeling. The closest I come to it is when she mentions the bf and I’m like “Aha, that’s why it was so easy to talk to her”.

    Hmm. . .or maybe I got closer with the one that said “I can’t dance too close to you cuz my bf is watching”. She later broke that rule. . . and at some point the words f*ck did leave my lips.

    Though the most fun have been the ones who did NOT mention a bf at all. There was a funny incident in TLH that involved a girl being practically dragged out of a club by a guy a few moments after showing me just what she meant when she said “there’s no point in coming to these places if you’re not going to flirt”. I still can’t believe (at that time at least) that I responded to that with a straight face.

  • Yep…guilty as charged!!!

    Women will let you go SOOOOO far too and then drop that bomb on you!

    I lost it when he did the Jack Black in Anchorman though!

    • yeah, it started lagging towards the middle, until the baxteresque punt. i definitely wasnt expecting that

      • And he kicked the other dog for sport…

      • And he kicked the other dog for sport…

    • yeah, it started lagging towards the middle, until the baxteresque punt. i definitely wasnt expecting that

  • Yep…guilty as charged!!!

    Women will let you go SOOOOO far too and then drop that bomb on you!

    I lost it when he did the Jack Black in Anchorman though!

  • Anechoic

    “every guy has had this feeling at least once”

    Yeah, at least once… per day.

    I don’t get violent thought. I find an excuse to step out, I sit in my car and cry for a good 10 minutes. Then I go back to the joint and start a fight.

    Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked. You would think this would be common knowledge but I know too many women who think that chivalry is not dead (“it’s so strange, he was being soo nice and when I told him *insert BF* he suddenly remembered he was late for a meeting”).

    • “Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked. You would think this would be common knowledge but I know too many women who think that chivalry is not dead (”it’s so strange, he was being soo nice and when I told him *insert BF* he suddenly remembered he was late for a meeting”).”

      Pretty much! I mean the bottom, bottom line of chivalry is really getting some ass if you want to be frank about it….either THAT ass or peripheral ass, but preferably THAT ass….

    • “Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked. You would think this would be common knowledge but I know too many women who think that chivalry is not dead (”it’s so strange, he was being soo nice and when I told him *insert BF* he suddenly remembered he was late for a meeting”).”

      Pretty much! I mean the bottom, bottom line of chivalry is really getting some ass if you want to be frank about it….either THAT ass or peripheral ass, but preferably THAT ass….

    • “Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked.”

      i won’t co-sign this. we can be nice just for the sake of being nice. it’s just that when we actually are interested, the subtle “boyfriend” slip can be like a kick to the nuts

    • “Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked.”

      i won’t co-sign this. we can be nice just for the sake of being nice. it’s just that when we actually are interested, the subtle “boyfriend” slip can be like a kick to the nuts

    • dude. we know this. were just letting you do it anyway so we don’t have to … like my lawn mowing neighbor.

    • dude. we know this. were just letting you do it anyway so we don’t have to … like my lawn mowing neighbor.

  • Anechoic

    “every guy has had this feeling at least once”

    Yeah, at least once… per day.

    I don’t get violent thought. I find an excuse to step out, I sit in my car and cry for a good 10 minutes. Then I go back to the joint and start a fight.

    Women: whenever a random guy is being nice to you, it’s because he wants to see you naked. You would think this would be common knowledge but I know too many women who think that chivalry is not dead (“it’s so strange, he was being soo nice and when I told him *insert BF* he suddenly remembered he was late for a meeting”).

  • Chivalry? See people don’t know.

    Chivalry was when a Knight was out in public with the Lady he was boning in private. Chivalry was the outward show of his affection as well as a signal to any Lancelots out there that they better watch where they’re sticking the jousting poles if you catch my drift.

    You only benefited from Chivalry once you had a man. . .not the other way round.

    • Treezy F. Baby

      Oooh you ALMOST break it down. Except that purity and virtue were the utmost characteristics of the damsel you were courting. Maidens were maidens thusly because the cooch hadn’t been broken in yet. The knight showed his honor and thus his dessert of the lifetime cooch through knightly duels and displays and various other chivalrous acts. ;)

      Don’t come in here trying to tack on YOUR tainted modern day morals anachronistically just for arguments sake! You will get called out King Arthur!

      • Women were bonin’ back then before marriage too. Hell, lest we forget that Guinivere was Arthur’s wife but Lancelot was getting his giving her some of that good joustin’ pole anyway.

        People have been slippin’ and dippin’ since the damn of mankind.

        The only reason Adam and Eve weren’t cheating was because there was nobody to cheat with.

        *looking out for lightning*

        • Ana B

          “I want to be a part of your lifes story not just an audience member.”

          would that be the damn DAWN of mankind?

          • Ana B

            sory qouted the wrong one

            “People have been slippin’ and dippin’ since the damn of mankind”

            would that be the damn DAWN of mankind?

            • No. We were damned once Eve fed Adam the fruit of the tree of knowledge. Since then, things have never been right :)

            • No. We were damned once Eve fed Adam the fruit of the tree of knowledge. Since then, things have never been right :)

            • D*stroy

              lol How you gonna correct somebody with the wrong quote?! lol!

              P.S. I don’t want any beef, Ana…just thought it was funny, that’s all.

            • D*stroy

              lol How you gonna correct somebody with the wrong quote?! lol!

              P.S. I don’t want any beef, Ana…just thought it was funny, that’s all.

            • Ana B

              @D*stroy LOL I know when I hit enter I was like oh shit… thats the wrong cut and paste… that is what I get for multitasking

            • Ana B

              @D*stroy LOL I know when I hit enter I was like oh shit… thats the wrong cut and paste… that is what I get for multitasking

          • Ana B

            sory qouted the wrong one

            “People have been slippin’ and dippin’ since the damn of mankind”

            would that be the damn DAWN of mankind?

        • Ana B

          “I want to be a part of your lifes story not just an audience member.”

          would that be the damn DAWN of mankind?

      • Women were bonin’ back then before marriage too. Hell, lest we forget that Guinivere was Arthur’s wife but Lancelot was getting his giving her some of that good joustin’ pole anyway.

        People have been slippin’ and dippin’ since the damn of mankind.

        The only reason Adam and Eve weren’t cheating was because there was nobody to cheat with.

        *looking out for lightning*

      • Purity and virtue were supposed to be the utmost qualities of the maiden. That’s why in public, you were all smiles and politeness.

        Once her powerful merchant/lord daddy was asleep, you’d be sneaking into her 60 story room for some hanky-panky.

        Where do you think the story of Rapunzel came from? Did you really think she was just having nice conversation with that Prince who happened to climb up into her room when the witch was gone?

      • Purity and virtue were supposed to be the utmost qualities of the maiden. That’s why in public, you were all smiles and politeness.

        Once her powerful merchant/lord daddy was asleep, you’d be sneaking into her 60 story room for some hanky-panky.

        Where do you think the story of Rapunzel came from? Did you really think she was just having nice conversation with that Prince who happened to climb up into her room when the witch was gone?

    • Treezy F. Baby

      Oooh you ALMOST break it down. Except that purity and virtue were the utmost characteristics of the damsel you were courting. Maidens were maidens thusly because the cooch hadn’t been broken in yet. The knight showed his honor and thus his dessert of the lifetime cooch through knightly duels and displays and various other chivalrous acts. ;)

      Don’t come in here trying to tack on YOUR tainted modern day morals anachronistically just for arguments sake! You will get called out King Arthur!

  • Chivalry? See people don’t know.

    Chivalry was when a Knight was out in public with the Lady he was boning in private. Chivalry was the outward show of his affection as well as a signal to any Lancelots out there that they better watch where they’re sticking the jousting poles if you catch my drift.

    You only benefited from Chivalry once you had a man. . .not the other way round.

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