Four 100 years ago, Shakespeare had written Romeo and Juliet and coined the phrases “star-crossed fans” and “wild-goose chase.” The expressions stuck, and quickly grafted on their own into everyday English.
In a vein that is somewhat different 10 years ago Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby offered us the expressions “shake and bake” and, many famously, “smokin’ hot spouse,” for whom Will Ferrell’s character had been hilariously grateful to Baby Jesus.
I would personallyn’t have expected catch-phrases from a Hollywood spoof to own quite the exact same stickability as the Bard of Avon, but I happened to be incorrect. Pastor Joe Helms launched a 2011 NASCAR competition with a prayer of many many thanks for—among other things—cars, gas, and their smokin’ hot wife; therefore the phrase has since become a normal feature on Twitter bios: e.g., Father. Jesus Follower. Spouse to your smokin’@whateverhiswifesnameis that is hot.
There will be something to be said for Christians speaking up positively about marriage and intercourse, therefore the smokin’ hot wives and their proud husbands are fast to guard the expression: No damage is meant, playful banter as well as an energetic sex-life are indicators of the thriving wedding, and general general public statements of praise for one’s spouse build them up and also alert to the remainder globe that they’re joyfully talked for. In the end, Proverbs 5:18-19 tells us to “rejoice when you look at the spouse of one’s youth … may her breasts satisfy you constantly.” Then there’s that inspired erotica within the Song of Songs, with metaphorical fruits being tasted and woods being climbed and all sorts kinds of poetic praising for the beloved’s flock of sheep-like locks, twin-gazelle-breasts, towering throat. Weiterlesen