Wednesday, May 7, 2014


Can You Use "Lay" In a Sentence?

"No one likes an awkward lay. You want to lay someone who wants to lay you; you want to say who you like and get to lay that person. That's good sex. You don't want to lay some girl that you're supposed to lay, who you don't like, but you don't want anyone to know that. Like, neither person is having good sex. You might as well beat off."

-Neil Patrick Harris, Rolling Stone, May 2014

Bobby: lay

lay lay lay


Emma: wanna lay?

oh yea... i laid him

oh yea... we laid

Bobby: me and my partner laid last night

how often do you lay?

oh laying is natural

i love a good lay

Emma: oh, i tend to lay regularly

Bobby: not gonna lie, i love to lay 

Emma: breathing, eating, and laying: my 3 priorities in life!

laying? yea, i lay. i love to lay

Bobby: I love to experiment when i lay

Emma: do you? same. same here. love an experimental lay.

why lay if you're not gonna brag about the lay?

Bobby: nothing like talking about your lay the day after you lay

Emma: what a lay

gooooooood lay.

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Rookie (not the magazine) (not that there's anything wrong with that)

Not sure if this was intentional or not, but at the very beginning:

"Bobby: lay"

Bobby Lay isn't the worst porn name out there. You could probably make a lot of "poblano" euphemisms, and other food-related porn stuff, while you lay.


Bobby Flay

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