Posted: 5/29/2002 7:05:14 PM EDT
I just had an interesting conversation over dinner tonight regarding language usage.
Do you mount it, get in it, or get on it?
Do you mount a car or get in it?
Do you mount a motorcycle or get on it?
Do you mount a pickup or get in?
A jeep, mount or get on?
What about a tractor?
Most people mount a horse.
Do you mount a swing or get on or in?
And for the real gutter minds; do you mount your signigicant other?
I'd say that your wife is just taking advantage of the fact that you don't have to study late into the night....
Don't matter to me! You kids have fun!
[I'm not even going to use that smiley. Never have, prolly never will. LOL!]
Sooo, much stuff deleted in the interests of good taste! [:D]
Quoted:[I'm not even going to use that smiley. Never have, prolly never will. LOL!]
Make it easy and "Get it on".
car- get in
pickup-not get in, git in
jeep-hurry the f*ck up, we're going wheelin!
sig other-sorry, i'm a virgin
George Carlin had a good skit on this stuff called "word word's" I believe.Line:some people say they are getting On the plane I tell them F***Y** I'M Getting IN the plane.same album side note If Janitor in a Drum made a Douche who would buy it?.
I still chuckle everytime I "mount" a drive under UNIX. That means to make it accessable under the directory structure, but even after over 20 years, I still find it amusing. There is also a discussion of the UNIX command "finger." You "finger" a user to find-out more about them.z
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