Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by SDsalsaguy, Dec 14, 2005.
but .. isn't that what marriage means? .. long term death of sexuality?
short term death of sexuality then?
Best line of the morning! *gigglefits*
I bleieve I can speak for MQ and myself when I say that there is "possoulutley absotively" nothing wrong with either of our long or short-term sexuality....and you are free to ask at least my dh if we ever meet...(if he has recueperated from the rigors of being my dh at that particular moment, sir)
Hey wait, isn't "rigor" Latin for "stiff?" Oh, never mind, I see what you meant!
I didnt mean to be THAT graphic...I meant the english def'n
Hey, I didn't create the context, I just followed through!
Always an admirable trait when rigor is involved, no?
and here I was thinking we were about to get censored and you chime in and encourage this....crawling back under the desk ...waiting for this conversation to shift you people
Ok, ok.... just to get mildly back on track: a huge thanks to HF who -- *gasp* -- actually emailed me his nominations!!!! Who knew??? :shock: :lol: :lol:
bless you my child ....now how do I email you and what are the categories?(just kidding)
Umm, wrong religious metaphor... :lol:
:roll: :roll: :roll:
Rigor is a good thing (with the possible exception of rigor mortis). If Rigor were not a good thing, how would Pfizer be making so much money with it's little blue pill?
Sure... but you can't knock follow through either, now can you?
I hope not. I'll leave it to Fascination to comment on that! ;-)
Which she undoubtedly will. :wink:
*struggling to find a segue back to topic* Ah. What the heck. I'll use the brute force approach.
Back to topic: Does anybody know where the categories were listed last year? That might give folks some starting point for this year's nominations. Let me go try a DF search. Be right back. :car:
I'll have you know I skimmed 35 (or is it 36) pages to find this post. That, in itself, is award-worthy (hint hint. :wink
Here's the listing of the 2004 awards. Nominate away, folks.
Separate names with a comma.