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In a rage, I shout, "I'm certainly not impotent with other women," which is not true because I have never had the opportunity, but nevertheless I tell her that without penetration there is no adultery, leaving her to guess which of her friends I have lain with but haven't yet penetrated.
Outrage is nearly always impotent; it just makes the speaker feel good.
At a rally in Farrukhabad on February 25, Khurshid had stoked a controversy by calling Modi "impotent" and insisted that he did nothing wrong as there was no other appropriate word to describe him in the context of the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Khurshid's impotent remark is a ref lection of the levels to which political discourse in our country has fallen
Khurshid created a stir when he called Modi, the incumbent Gujarat chief minister, impotent for his failure to prevent the 2002 Gujarat riots, insisting that while he meant incompetent, he found it too soft a word to use in this case.
If he is impotent, they can speak to their GP to find a solution.
Here are a few of the winners: Cashtration (n): The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period.
John Lyke's The Impotent Giant: How to Reclaim the Moral High Ground in America's Politics which takes America's elected officials to task for their failure to govern in a time of international and domestic crisis and its citizens to task for their failure to elect good leaders.
Welsh language activist Eilian Williams, who arranged a concert to raise money for the women's air fares, said last night: "The decision by the representatives of the British state to prevent the Patagonian girls from visiting Wales makes a mockery of our so-called democracy and exposes Wales as an impotent nation.
To be sure, the blind rush to cover our shores and land with impotent wind generation will almost guarantee the lights going out, and in more senses than one, usher in a second Dark Age!
IfMirdif-dwellers are serious about venting their impotent rage on members of society, couldn't they choose people more deserving?
SO the technological might of the RAF can be rendered impotent by a few wind turbines (The Journal, September17).