By sissydlk - 02/12/2010 15:54 - United States
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Oh dear. Dump him? If not for the cock thing, for somehow thinking 'would you like scrambled eggs' is a euphemism.
Were: Etymology: Middle English were (suppletive singular past subjunctive & 2d singular past indicative of been to be), weren (suppletive past plural of been), from Old English wǣre (singular past subjunctive & 2d singular past indicative of wesan to be), wǣron (past plural indicative of wesan), wǣren (past plural subjunctive of wesan) — Was: Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, wæs, 1st & 3d singular past indicative of wesan to be; akin to Old Norse vera to be, var was, Sanskrit vasati he lives, dwells past 1st & 3d singular of be. Look at this prick and correct yourself.
LMFAO that's HILARIOUS!!! Sorry that happened to you, but still, it's pretty funny! he probably learned that joke the last time he was with his buddies and was waiting for the perfect time to use it! I'll be lockin' that one in the vault in the event a man says that to me! Thanks for that! seriously though OP, sucks (no pun intended) but still hilarious. FYL