For Better or for Worse
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Thu Jan 27 14:25:48 UTC 2005
From: Dave Wilton <dave at WILTON.NET>
:somebody else wrote:
:: The wording seems a little odd. "Hands on" suggests, to
:: me, something short of intercourse, while "been there" presumably
:: means that the 14-year-old has lost her virginity and "gig"
:: sounds like she's sexually active. "Roadside" is, to me, opaque,
:: or at least would be out of context.
: In this context, I read "roadside" to be a reference to a
As for me, i read it as a reference to sex in a parked car.
(And "hands on" didn't seem short of intercourse to me--but that may have
been from the later "been there".)
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