Talk:Morning Glory

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Wait... couldn't morning glory also be a reference to the flower or to the psychadelic drug? --Greenie 22:32, 7 April 2008 (CDT)

Yes it could. I love how the first instinct is toward something sexual now. I know Jonas is full of himself, but I doubt he'd be calling it "glorious"... :P - Shiori 22:47, 7 April 2008 (CDT)
How could it be a reference to a flower or a drug? Jonas is not talking about doing drugs or flowers. He is blogging early in the morning after not being able to sleep and thinking about bree. I realize some people are uncomfortable with the overt sexual titles being used lately, but we shouldn't ignore them. --Milowent 22:53, 7 April 2008 (CDT)
Well, if you want to get down to it "Morning Glory" is actually a very popular term (well, it's popular among my mom's friends, anyway...) used for someone that's up ridiculously early, which is probably the case it's being used in. But I wasn't debating that it could be the sexual reference, just that it could be other things as well. - Shiori 23:02, 7 April 2008 (CDT)
Oh, BTW, thanks for bringing this up. Thanks to my previous comment, I know have a vision of Jonas running around going "Behold, my glory!" lol! - Shiori 23:07, 7 April 2008 (CDT)
Urban dictionary lists my definition first, in different language though. It has a total of 23 definitions, none of which match's Shiori's mom's friend, which I suspect is a derivation from mine anyway, and a young Shiori was led astray to its true meaning :-) --Milowent 23:30, 7 April 2008 (CDT)
No, Shiori's is one I've heard, as well... I'm just saying, does it always has to be the sexual one? There are MANY different definitions for it, including an early riser, an early *wink, wink* riser, the psychadelic drug (look it up on Erowid), or even the flower. I mean, just because all of their titles lately are sexual, doesn't mean this one is! I just think if we're going to list it as a note, we might as well include other possible theories, instead of one person's thought as to what it could mean. --Greenie 08:57, 8 April 2008 (CDT)