January 23, 2010

One more round...

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... let's talk through the night.

25 comments:

Harsh Pencil said...

I can't talk more than 20 hours.

WV: toomene. How many men has Angelina had?

Lem said...

The longest I've gone is around 6 hours.. the next day she complained she was sore.

Ron said...

I'll admit to it being the most exhausting 4 minutes of my life...2 of which were searching for the remote.

Lem said...

You are just being modest Ron ;)

Hoosier Daddy said...

The longest I've gone is around 6 hours.. the next day she complained she was sore.

I once only went 3 minutes and she caught on fire.

I'm just fast that way.

Ron said...

That's true Lem... it would never take me 2 minutes to find a remote.

Lem said...

I once only went 3 minutes and she caught on fire.

thats got to be the liquor talking.

Pogo said...

Initially, I wondered about chafing, but like chronic guitar playing builds up calluses, she was probably fine.

Lem said...

..like chronic guitar playing builds up calluses, she was probably fine.

When the rubber meets the road.. go with a pro.

Fred4Pres said...

Oh my oh my. This 20 hour thing is not going away anytime soon.

El Pollo Real said...

I once only went 3 minutes and she caught on fire.

When the rubber meets the road.. go with a pro.


Burn rubber!

jaed said...

<whimper>

The Crack Emcee said...

O.K., that's got to be one of the best photos so far, did you take it? It looks like a high-priced ad shot. Very nice.

One I'd put aside for the portfolio.

BJM said...

@ Ron That's true Lem... it would never take me 2 minutes to find a remote.

Unless it was next to a G spot?

*rim shot* (no pun intended)

Seriously, who has sex for 20 hours without riding the white pony or cranking?

Nobody. No. Body.

Chip Ahoy said...

Sometimes I put ice in my wine.

My new thing is going to be to take my little aerator and whip it out at the table then run the wine through it a few times. Then when the other people at the table look at me like I'm a weirdo I'll go, "Wut?" Like doesn't everybody do that?

Chip Ahoy said...

Fox is really pissing me off. I don't know what their bag is but every time I go past their channel, and I mean EVERY time, they're running a clip of Himself. I think they're trying to mismatch his previous sayings with his current sayings to prove he's not worth listening to, and yet they keep at it as if that makes them worth watching.

Chip Ahoy said...

I think I'll make a pop-up card that doesn't make any sense at all. Then mail it to somebody randomly with no association to any event. I think I'll make meerkats stand up inside it. I'll anthropomorphize them doing something un-meerkatish, with a serious looking meerkat cover that gives no indication to the nonsense inside. And just let it puzzle the hell out of the person who gets it.

ricpic said...

Drinking chafes?

traditionalguy said...

You have been so feisty all weekend. Are you now challenging commenters to put another round into a square hole. I believe this was also Rielle Hunters best pick-up line to little Johnnie Edwards.

AllenS said...

I was over at Politico reading an article about how Obama has been practicing his salute. Then there is a picture from the AP of The Obama giving the most pathetic attempt at a salute, that I've ever seen. Once again, a picture of Obama, making him look like a fool.

reader_iam said...

Chip: Sounds like one of those voicemail messages one gets every once in a while from a "wrong number" late at night. For the most part, I get a kick out of those.

Elliott A said...

I thought wine comes in flights

twinsdad said...

when you hear the words, "either get off or get off", the thrill is gone

Ann Althouse said...

"O.K., that's got to be one of the best photos so far, did you take it? It looks like a high-priced ad shot. Very nice."

Of course I took it! The difference between that an "a high-priced ad shot" is that I didn't have to set anything up. It's a matter of having it register that the thing is really there in front of your eyes. People don't notice light and shadow patterns and reflections enough, because there isn't much practical use to seeing such things. Indeed, learning to see involves excluding light and shadow shapes and identifying the real objects in your view. If you read about blind people who have their sight restored, you'll get what I'm saying. But for photography, it's really helpful to start seeing the stuff that would make you incompetent in normal walking around life.

BlogDog said...

And I quote:
It's hard to stay up
It's been a long, Long Day
And you got the sandman at the door
But hang on, leave the TV on
And let's do it anyway
It's ok
You can always sleep through work tomorrow, OK?
Hey hey
Tomorrow's just your future yesterday