Monday, August 6, 2007

Quote of the night

"When I get married, you can get my poutine."

13 comments:

Ant said...

Haha! I mentioned this on a distant blog ages ago: does the word "poutine" have anything to do with "poontang", which in itself is some kind of naughty French corruption of prostitute of female genitalia (or something).

Whatever - it's apt.

Yoda said...

hahahaha! That's funny :-)

Beth said...

After reading Ant's comment, I don't think I'm going to touch this...

Ultra Toast Mosha God said...

Touch what?

Oooh!

Pardon?

Airam said...

Well at least we know they are willing to share.

eric313 said...

I had to google "poutine".

Do they really?

Really???
----
What a fair sumation of the entire matrimonial contract.

For both parties, of course.

Take care of business and see you around when the smoke clears, Princess.

Jocelyn said...

There are so many ways to read that sentence. No matter which way I read it, I like the vow.

captain corky said...

If we have a daughter I hope she'll live by this decree. ;)

Crashdummie said...

do I really wanna know what that meant?

Jeff said...

Yea, my mind went right in the gutter on this one.

eric313 said...

See that? I ignored the whol poontang debacle. Very proud of myself for no big reason.

yeah...

I know, this undid any good will built up by the original ignoring of temptation...

Heart Of Darkness said...

Okay, I'll take that... If I get married, what do you want from me? :D

Princess Pointful said...

Bah to all of you! I refuse to get my national dish tainted by your dirty minds!

(okay, so generally I have the dirtiest mind of all-- except in the current situation)

The actual situation was much more innocuous than what you all are presuming. I went out on the weekend with a group of girl friend's to celebrate on of them's upcoming weddings (she didn't want a real stagette, so we just went for dinner and martinis). At the end of the night, we went out for poutine, as Canadians who are drinking are prone to do, and one of the girls insisted on purchasing the bride-to-be's food.

That's it, I swear!

Heart- is it weird that I read your comment "when we get married"?