I thought we had a thread for this but buggered if I can find it.
Here's the challenge. To seamlessly use a The Cure reference, lyric, etc in day to day interactions whether at work or hanging with friends or at the pub with a bunch of strangers. Let's hear what you managed to pull off with aplomb or even what was met with a wall of bewilderment albeit executed beautifully. Let's see how long we can keep this up.
I was talking with a carpenter earlier today & told him to cut here which was a bit of low hanging fruit, but you get the idea & I'm sure we can all do way better than that. Have at it folks
Ha! I just uncovered a slight flaw in my plan. Although I have used "igen" several times today, that's slightly tenuous. Even if it's the only Hungarian word in any The Cure song. But I did manage, during a conversation with a friend about someone at the local market, to use "Hajlamos a vad hangulati ingadozásokra" which effectively means "she is prone to wild mood swings". So I think that ought to count given the number of times I said, "Igen" too
I talk almost everyday with a close very young friend who loves music so much about wich band or record is his fav. A thing that changes all the time, given his age. I keep saying to him “yeah, that record (or band) is amazing but it doesn’t have Robert Smith in it”. Another one is “Wonderful record but it is not Pronography”