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In bed is more fun.
In bed is more fun in the biblical sense.
For those who don’t know why “in the Biblical sense” sounds dirty; the Bible, particularly the OT, uses the phrase “to lay with” as a euphemism for sex. People would say “I laid with him, but not in the Biblical sense” as a joke.
All your compliance with authority will be rewarded, in the biblical sense.
Saturday I had lunch with the Springfield Freethinkers for the first time. It was a great time, and although I don’t eat the fortune cookies, I had to open it up: “You are the master of every situation.”
In the biblical sense . . . . did that fortune cookie bestow godhead?
Really? Here I’ve always heard it applied to “to know.” As in “Adam knew his wife . . . ” So you hear people say, “Yeah, I knew her . . . well, not in the Biblical sense.”
My friends and I have always used “…with a chainsaw.”
I dunno. It takes more effort, but I most enjoy the one where you listen to two people having a conversation and imagine they had sex the night before and are trying to not talk about it.
I like to use “as the Bishop said to the Actress”.
That just sounds stupid.
that’s what we’ve always used. it’s esp funny when talking about science or other non-religious stuff. “i know…” “you ‘know?’” hee
Actually, yeah, you’re right. I mega-failed there D:
I guess the tag has really been deprecated.
I have to say this is my first evidence that other people do the ‘in bed’ thing beyond my social circle (though I have long assumed that to be the case.)
Magpie’s corollary: just as “in bed” makes anything *funnier* (though I must agree xkcd has a point), “in space” makes anything more *awesome.* eg. “Getting a haircut … in SPACE!!” … (tip of the hat to Cmdr. Hatfield, my Southern Ontario homie!)
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