One night of my show, my cast mate leans over to me on stage, in character, and asks, "Do you know that guy in the audience? He keeps oggling you."
After a little back and forth, I figured out to whom she was referring. Nope, didn't know the guy.
Following curtain call, we giggled when he walked through our receiving line, then we headed to a friend's house for a movie.
We walk in the door and there he is!
What are the odds?
And....? What's the rest of the story? Did the oggling continue? Did you talk to him? You can't just end the story there. :)
I get to oggle you on the 14th! woot woot
@j - use your imagination:-)
@Melissa - I can't wait! I'll make sure to adjust the seem on my tights an extra amount just for you;-)
I think it's actually ogler, long o as opposed to oggler, short o. ;)
It sounds so much better as "oGGler!" In the English language you can make up your words as long as the meaning is understood:-)
I think you might have made up that rule about the English language.
Absolutely not. I learned it in my English Useage language class from one of the most amazing professors in the world. Seriously. He could to gymanstics "giants" on the bars at 70! Go ahead and e-mail him to verify if you'd like, his name is Don Norton: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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