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District of Chit: parts seven and eight

Seven shots and still going strong, which is more than I can say for my new friend.  “E” sure seems to have a thing for giant unflattering jackets.  Luckily for her, it looks like eight shots may be one to many for me.  At that point I became preoccupied with how awesome the color purple is at the expense of, well, everything else.  But don’t worry, I didn’t let that stop me.

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ain’t nobody got a swagger like, umm, what’s swagger?

I was at a restaurant last night, at a business dinner, when one of my colleagues commented that the woman across from me had “swagger”.  That’s one hell of an illusive term right there.  We discussed the matter at the table for a bit.  Now, women do not usually receive this label of endearment, but it fit in this situation, so swagger must not be gender specific.  It doesn’t seem to have a lot to do with age either.  So maybe looking at people who have swagger can help us derive a definition.  Pierce Brosnan came up, but he’s not quite there.  Robert Downey Jr. had it as Tony Stark in Iron Man:

Hold on a second.  That may just be the women, you know, skewing my perception.  Let’s try that again: Continue reading

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