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Friday, February 12, 2010

Toooooooo FUNNY!

So just now I was having a conversation with The Chief about a woman we both know who he referred to as a philanderer - a term I was, until now, unfamiliar with.  So I asked him what it meant and he said, "You're sitting at the computer, Google it."  And I did.  And I spelled it with a "Ph" and he said mockingly, "Did you really just spell that with a 'Ph'?"  "Yes," I responded, a bit defensively.  "It's with an 'F', Liz."  So I dutifully, though dubiously, typed in Filanderer into a Google search.  And you know what popped up?  First of all, that little prompt that says Did You Mean to Type 'Philanderer'? *Neener neener*  And second came the Urban Dictionary definition of "Filanderer": one who walks around juggling three onions while maintaining a stark erection. 


First, this woman is definitely talented if she's able to maintain any type of erection.  And second . . . onions? AHH HA HAHAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!

The Chief couldn't even be embarrassed about his decisively incorrect spelling - we were too busy laughing harder than we've ever laughed before.  Oh.  Hee.  Ha.  That was the best.  I'm still coughing from laughing so hard.

Thanks Pops.  That was CLASSIC.

P.S. The definition of Philanderer is "to have casual or illicit sex with a woman or with many women; especially: to be sexually unfaithful to one's wife."

P.P.S. Yes, we were talking about a woman and yes, The Chief did use a male term for this woman.  What's up with that, Chief?

I'm so confused.  I know even less about our mutual acquaintance now, except that I'm not sure whether to call her a 'he' or a 'she'.  :D


Sara said...

Okay, this is REALLY funny!! What in the world? Filanderer? Who juggles onions anyway? And who wrote that definition? I love the things you guys find...what a fun couple you are together. :)

Brooklet said...

Wow, I learned so much about philandering today. I also didnt' know it was exclusively a male term- I learned a lot today- a lot.