Mislav Posted April 28, 2015 Posted April 28, 2015 (edited) Hey Mislav. I found the juxtaposition of the childlike play and the sexual inference in sleepover to be disconcerting. Maybe it's my frame of reference. I don't think I'm alone, there are at least two who think so. Not falling about in stitches means I didn't find it funny either. Falling about in stitches refers to being breathless from laughter and getting a pain in the side, I think from localised cramping. That is the best seat. Though in the open top buses you have watch for the drop bears. That's why here we only have single decks and they are closed in.I know what falling in stitches means. I took it that your comment meant that you disagree with others who had written about experiencing such reaction. Since nobody had done that I was confused. One can find it off putting means that it is possible for a certain individual to find it off putting, not necessarily that only one person (or you) can find it off putting. And having somebody else agree on that too doesn't necessarily add much credibility to your argument. I didn't find anything off about the inference since it was nothing major and they are grown ups after all, despite engaging in something that innocent. I personally find jokes about Bernadette being like Howard's mother to be much more off putting. You can find it (interfirence regarding Shamy) "disconcerting" if you want. But you didn't explain why you found it off putting. And simply writing off putting would mean that you found the whole scene off putting, not just a certain comment/moment, or that simply the fact that Amy is sexually mature and Sheldon isn't as much (if you don't mean physical maturity, that is) makes it off putting. That is something that you can expect people to question, and rightfully so. I don't need dictionary definition of "falling in stitches", I just haven't found the previous post to be enough detailed/specific regarding that scene and your feelings about it, I also don't agree with most of your points/opinions regarding the matter, but that isn't as relevant now. Edited April 28, 2015 by Mislav Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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