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    one shot to make the difference

    I don't understand the first part of the sentence:

    Just one shot to make the difference between happily ever after and:
    "Oh, he's just some guy I went to some thing with once."

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    Re: one shot to make the difference

    Quote Originally Posted by 8Julieth8 View Post
    I don't understand the first part of the sentence:

    Just one shot to make the difference between happily ever after and:
    "Oh, he's just some guy I went to some thing with once."
    Be noticed that I am not a teacher!

    I guess you got that phrase from the movie Hitch.

    This means the guy needs one more action (shot) to make the transition between love and not love with the woman.
    PS: That transition happens in a blink of an eye ;)
    Last edited by hanky; 19-Aug-2009 at 14:05.

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