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When having dinner at someone's house...

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When having dinner at someone's house, do you ever refrain from jumping on the table and exposing yourself merely to avoid being thrown out?Chris
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You obviously travel in different circles than I, since getting naked on the table is frequently a requirement if I wish to be invited back If you make yourself really small, you can externalize virtually everything. Daniel Dennett, 1984
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