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Deep Thoughts on Listening to the “Oldies” Station on the Way to Work October 12, 2017

Posted by skinbad in History, Music, Philosophy, Sex, slutbags.
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Has any woman in the history of the world ever really said:

“Come on dudes, let’s get it on!”?

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1. geoff - October 12, 2017

Hope springs eternal.

2. lauraw - October 13, 2017

That particular song references a famous groupie named Connie. “She had the whole show.” Ick. But yeah, someone like her, probably would or did, and followed through.

Again: ick.

3. geoff - October 13, 2017

Buzzkill springs eternal.

4. skinbad - October 16, 2017

I don’t doubt the follow-through; I just can’t picture the phrasing.

You don’t see any girls named “Connie” any more do you?

5. lauraw - October 16, 2017

I don’t know if that that part of the song was a direct quote from a groupie back in the 70s. It does seem possible to me, since it’s a bragging song recounting the times that they had, and they also went ahead and named one of the chicks who was present.

You find it more understandable/believable that a girl would do such a thing, but not that she would say such a thing?

6. Mrs. Peel - October 16, 2017

Does it help if you assume she was drunk or otherwise suffering from impaired judgement?

I have a hard time understanding why someone would do that kind of thing myself. But I guess if you’re doing it, you might as well be crude about it.

7. skinbad - October 16, 2017

Tough looking chick at the bar throws back her drink, puts fists on hips and turns to look at the assembled men and shouts . . . .

Nope. Can’t see it.

Sorry. We’re probably talking past each other. Maybe it’s the word “dudes.”

8. Jimbro - October 17, 2017

Connie is currently a chocolate chip cookie-making great grandmother living somewhere in the Dakotas


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