How soon is now?

How soon is now?

posted on 19 Jul 2006 in Toiletries

Did you mean now? Or now?

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QueenCheesecake
QueenCheesecake
12 years ago

Beause now happens only once? Sorry, now happened

FizzleMuffins
FizzleMuffins
11 years ago

You know I love rose hair…

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

pack the scent of rose in your hair today–er now–or now?

Who?
Who?
11 years ago

This is actually very good English. I wouldn’t consider this to be Engrish at all. It’s pretty sophisticated. “Now happens only once” perhaps isn’t what you’d normally say, but it ends up actually being pretty effective for its uniqueness.

Ryan D. Ring
Ryan D. Ring
10 years ago

Once now happens is it then the past when the future occurs.

Nicholas
10 years ago

I agree with “Who?” in the comment above. It is sophisticated – but I believe unitentionally so. Whatthey probably intended was “Live in the moment”, “Be in the moment” etc… “Now only happens once” has a philosophical edge…

rebecca
rebecca
10 years ago

de ja vu

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
5 years ago

I like The Smiths reference in the title.

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