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But after George picks you up, you notice that George isn't driving to the airport. The disappointment you would have felt if your friend wouldn't have taken you to the big game is the same kind of disappointment I felt last night." "Oh." I understood.
Instead, he takes you to a little league baseball field and informs you that he wants to watch a little league game in Texas instead of the Royals in Miami. " "Well," I said, "I'd probably be mad at George and tell him to drop me off at a sports bar on the way to the little league game." I'm not a brilliant man, but I did begin to comprehend that there was something more to the story that she wasn't telling me. And two, the Royals weren't playing in Texas, where we live, for another month, so I knew she wasn't trying to surprise me with tickets. "I wanted to tell you that I didn't get to go the Royals game last night," she said. The Kansas City Royals have been referred to as the laughingstock of baseball, and used as a punch-line in the movie , but this was probably the first time in Royals' history that they'd been referred to as an orgasm.
In college, when I began dating the man who would become my husband, he told me that his family loved baseball.
"Okay," I said, treating the news as if he'd said they all liked the color blue -- a fine distinguishing characteristic, but nothing that had anything to do with me. My brother plays baseball in college," he insisted.
My wife immediately asked whether the common English expression "to go all the way," referring to sexual intercourse, would be that similar in Japanese.In the New Yorker there is an English translation of a story by Haruki Murakami, called Yesterday.I was reading the first part of it to my wife, and the young man speaking asked, "Did she let you go all the way?He knows all my feelings about him now, so the ball is really in his court. Everyone has a reputation in one way or the other, but do you ever get to hear about yours unsolicited? He’s in a serious relationship, and during our conversation, something dawned on me: All my friends who are in serious relationships think being single is just NON-STOP fun.