Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The difference between "soon" and "sue-en"


Her word: Soon.
As in, I'm hoping he'll propose soon.
Definition: Within days, possibly months, but not longer than one year.

His word: Sue-en
As in, I'm going to ask you to marry me sue-en.
Definition: Vaguely relating to some sort of time measurement in some alternate world somewhere.

6 comments:

Sarah said...

Addon:
Sue-en
Belongs in the family with the crossed fingers behind the back move.

Anonymous said...

That's very exciting, I hope it is soon (or sue-en, I've never heard of it), but nonetheless it's one of the most amazing things to happen in a girls life!

Better be a blog about it when it happens! ;)

Chrissie said...

and when the wedding happens in want to catch the bouquet;)

again.

Sarah said...

Woa, woa, woa. Perhaps I wasn't clear. I am getting the "sue-en" version.

Chrissie said...

Maybe it will be SOON!

Guys usually tell their GF's best friends first... so tie them all up and demand to know how SOON it will be.

And hope your friends are nice enough to keep mum and not ruin the surprise;)

Sarah said...

I've got the rope in trunk of my car, but no answers. Only, I gained this new talent to speak the male marriage language of "VAGUELISH."