What's more important to a man, love or lunch?

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I have this thing, that when I'm singing a song, I always replace any lyric that uses the word love with the word lunch. So many songs instantly make much more sense to me.

It doesn't seem right that a man would put a bunch of effort into writing a love song when writing about lunch is so much better from so many perspectives.

Dire Straights song Romeo and Juliet seems more, what's the word I'm looking for here, poignant when you sing "When we made lunch, you used to cry", doesn't it?

Go on, sing that song and tell me it's not a great lunch song from 1980.

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There wasn't much wind out on the harbor tonight. While crawling along at less than one knot I managed to do something I haven't done in nearly 3 months. I used my camera. Ta Da!

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Posted: Wednesday, 19 March, 2008 22:23

Captured: 2008:03:19 19:07:35

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  • "Lunch Me Do" the anthem of merchant bankers etc.
    Ken - Wednesday, 19 March, 2008 22:48
  • Brilliant Ken, nice contribution. How about Tina Turner's "what's lunch got to do with it?" which is also a damn good question.
    Dave - Thursday, 20 March, 2008 7:09
  • All you need is lunch. Lunch Will Keep Us Together. Dream Luncher. Lunch and Marriage. Crazy Little Thing Called Lunch. etc Great idea, Dave! Good to see you back on the intertubes!
    Darren - Thursday, 20 March, 2008 13:48
  • that is hilarious - "the power of lunch" etc
    amanda - Thursday, 20 March, 2008 13:51
  • Sounds like a bunch of "Silly Lunch Songs" to me...
    Lynn - Friday, 21 March, 2008 10:55
  • You can find me In Da Club Bottle full of Bub Momma I got what you need you need to feel a buzz I'm into having sex I ain't into making lunch So come give me a hug If you're into getting rubbed
    Tim - Sunday, 23 March, 2008 21:58

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