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Not Tonight Josephine




Not Tonight Josephine

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not tonight, Josephine A phrase used to spurn someone else's sexual advances or overtures. The phrase is usually attributed (probably incorrectly) to Napoleon Bonaparte.

Description. Not Tonight Josephine is a historical trivia game. The game includes glass bead gaming pieces, a colorful board and question cards, many of which are also in color. There are two boxes for the cards, and cardboard coins, as well as dice. There are 30 different question categories on the board, which uses a circular track with a hub.

No, not tonight Josephine I wanna lay down I don't wanna talk now Cause we ain't just friends And it takes all I have Just to feel this bad So don't be mean, Josephine I'm used to being good at doing wrong I'm the host of the losers parade I'm the king of a thousand regrets.


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  • Nesar

    What's the origin of the phrase 'Not tonight Josephine'? There's no evidence whatsoever that Napoleon ever uttered these words. There's certainly no printed record of them in any language in his lifetime. The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations lists the phrase as early 20th century. The earliest reference that I can find is to a recording of a song with that name, composed by Seymour Furth and sung by Ada .

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