Didn’t saw that coming
Well, it had to be something. All the Shortpackers [that sounds rude] have issues. Actually we should have seen it, since the issues are usually revealed in the most awkward, uncomfortable situation possible for the character. As soon as Joe started talking about SEX, SEX, SEX we should have guessed that Jacob’s issues were at one end or the other of the sex issue spectrum, and Robin already had the virgin thing clinched, so…
To be fair Robin doesn’t exactly fit into the virgin category Joe is referring to here. Joe says “Don’t knock it till you try it” he means the people who think sex should only come after marriage types, like Joyce. Robin is probably the opposite end of that spectrum as she wanted to have sex, but was probably the only female on the planet that couldn’t seem to get any.
Yeah, even though Robin is a virgin, Joyce was defiantly “the virgin” of SEMME. It’s all in the attitude. I wonder if Joe even knows that Robin is a virgin. She certainly doesn’t seem too keen on letting people know about it.
Robin is not a virgin anymore. I’m pretty sure Leslie breaking into song is a pretty good indication that they sealed the deal.
Oh god. If Robin had met Joe even at THIS point, the fact that she’s never had sex with a man but still kinda wants to try would be deadly. They’d have sex right in his office. And then UC would be ultraconfused.
Joe’s said before that he wouldn’t Joe her up.
Two years from when this comment was made, yer gonna laaaaaaaugh…
Not as confused as if they had sex *in* UltraCar…
…Rachel left him, didn’t she.
you never know, Rachel could be just as much a nympho as Joe
Mr. Rosenthal, you asshole.
Oh Joe same as always.
Finally something to balance out all these almost-asexual/virgin/tough-time-getting-any people.
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