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June 21, 2010

SUDDENLY, GUYS ARE DEVELOPING A TASTE FOR MANILOW

Women 'more likely to give men numbers if they have been listening to love songs'

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)

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i used to give them the number of the office at my church. oh noes. romantic music aint gonna do it.

How about the banjo? Good enough for this wild and crazy guy...

I had a feeling all that yodeling wasn't worth it.

Hmmm. If love songs lead to romance, then what happens if they listen to "Pearl Necklace?"

Hammy, if they accept a pearl necklace from you I think you're then obligated to also give them a diamond bracelet. And yes, Dave, back in the 70's when I was courting the first ex Mrs. Layzee, BM got the job done for me.

Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?

Love Stinks,
Yeah, yeah.

I wonder if they told Antoine not to use one of those battery powered nose hair trimmers while he's asking for the number ?

KISS used to do it for me. I was a little different. Come to think of it they still do.

Ham, I can't TOP your pearl necklace comment...HAR!


PRICELESS!!!

Oh very attractive blog.Interesting and meaningful. Keep it up.

Oh very attractive blog.Interesting and meaningful. Keep it up.

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