On a recent trip, an amigo and I had a little too much time/booze on our hands and decided to come up with sentences and phrases involving economic terms that were double entendres of the gettin-id-awwwn variety.
Oh, there were many. And I am proud to say they went beyond the simplistic "I'd like to stimulate her economy" which, without really knowing for shizzle mah nizzle, would have got quite a run of late.
Some of the gems were:
-"I'd like to bust her housing bubble"
-"I'd like to stimulate her retail sector"
-"I'd like to expand her money supply"
-"I'd to cause a spike in her GDP"
But my favorite, due primarily to it's obscurity is:
"I'd like to find a Pareto-efficient outcome in her Edgeworth Box".
I wouldn't bother wiki-ing those terms (because you were, like, totally going to, yeah?)
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While I was away I spotted this (apologies for out of focus-ness):
Foto Serliana di Majalah Male - *Foto Serliana di Majalah Male *
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