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If she really wants to attract the guys, call it a “toe job.”
Okay, people don’t recognize that quote any more. I guess it’s to be expected, since the movie is now 25 years old.
Now look, I’ve given a million ladies a million foot massages, and they all meant something. We act like they don’t, but they do, and that’s what’s so cool about them. There’s a sensuous thing going on where you don’t talk about it, but you know it, she knows it.
If I was the kind of person who would use any excuse to make a lame pun, I might say something like, “What did Puddles do when he was standing next to another dog? He did some parallel barking.” Thankfully, I’m no like that.
Heck, vending machines don’t even take pennies anymore. The only thing they’re good for is to keep you from getting more of them in your change.
Treat yourself. Go for the chamomile.
Welcome to “Lifestyles of the Poor and Pitiful.” Next up, the ten best ways to prepare a Top Ramen lunch.
Don’t oppose when she paints my toes!
And luckily, Nancy’s past the age where she has to worry about any “surprises.”
Wouldn’t it be lover-ly?