giving the slogan “Flick my Bic” a literal interpretation…
On a lighter note …
Hey I used to see her at concerts all the time back in the day.
You’re killing each other, dummies.
You should see some of his old flames.
That’s odd, just the other day he told me that Diana really burns him up.
She shrieked “eee! Cigarette” as he mumbled “But Juul was just a fling that meant nothing to me.”
Their relationship went up in smoke.
“Girl, he’s no good for you. He’ll just make an ash of himself in front of your friends. ’
Turn her on she really is a hot chick!
They’re trying to heat up their relationship
Next thing, he’ll be singing, “Come on baby, light my fire”..
Awwww shucks, stop! …..there are more hot flaming broads out there, ya know! I have been known to to leave a “Scorched Earth” impression…..so watch it handsome.
She really sparked up his smoldering desire.
He certainly doesn’t have a filter on now.
Come on baby, light my fire… I’m burnin’, I’m burnin’, I’m burnin’ for you…
Come flick her BIC!
What a Butt-head.
She’s thinking “nice butt”.
he always ends up the butt of jokes
Whoever doesn’t hear Debby Boone right now raise your hand.
She has been the last relationship for many guys like him.
I bet her favourite song is by The Tramps.
Good thing she wasn’t a Juul!
I think Diana could light a fire under his ass.
If she doesn’t light him, is he de-lighted?
Diana the BIC lighter.
The origin of the Toxic Couple is born.
♬Let our love be a flame, not an ember♫ — Tom Lehrer (Masochism Tango)
There’s been all sorts or warnings about you and the problems you cause. :)
In the end , the relationship caused massive burnout.
I really liked the song itself back when I took it as a sign of devotion expressed by one lover to another, but some of the shine went off of it when I learned that Debby Boone was referring to Jesus, not an actual human being. I suppose I shouldn’t have been surprised, given that her dad Pat was also a TB™.
That really burns me up
He’s gonna get burned.
And one of the ‘new’ reasons movies are rated ‘R’ is smoking.
They’re perfectly harmless by themselves, but put them together and he becomes a killer.
You mean Debbie.
Now remove your filter.
He’s just blowing smoke up her butane
Let’s just keep it on the lighter side.
“Sssmokin’!” a quote from “The Mask”.
Since all the good puns are already taken, I’ll just get a little philosophical here and mention that this reminds me of Tevye, from Fiddler on the Roof, in a scene where he’s musing over the wisdom of sticking to your own kind: “A fish might fall in love with a bird, but where would they build a home?”
These two are doomed from the start.
Later: “Diana, you really burn me up.”