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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Larry F, Jun 16, 2019.
Right or wrong: getting to second base with your wife when she's asleep.
Right if she stays asleep. Wrong if she wakes up.
might be the third strike for you,
so a possible sacrifice (of half your stuff),
better off to bunt.
And don't forget to look out for the balk.
That is like getting one free base.
What does the wife say about it?
Why even bother?
You leave my wife alone, Larry.
She says it depends on who is doing the creepy groping.
You'll only increase the chances of getting a brushback pitch on your next at-bat.
Doesn't that depend on what she's dreaming? What if she wakes up in the mood for a little scrimmage? (ooops.....wrong sport)
It’s ok as long as you’re asleep, too. If you’re conscious and she isn’t it’s verboten. We live in a time where clear, conscious, explicit consent is absolutely required, as it should be.
Giving her the 'ol change-up?
I believe baseball scorers would call that "defensive indifference" and the stolen base stat is therefore not awarded.
(In Jersey) Anything is legal, as long as you don't get caught ... To paraphrase Bob Dylan ...
That’s true everywhere though. I’d make a sweeping statement about the subject of this thread too, but apparently there are differing opinions about it.