When was the last time you felt butterflies in your stomach?
Was it long ago? Do you miss it?
The last workshop I delivered at a conference a few months ago. It is a pecuilar feeling but at the same time it is reassuring to know that most people experience this phenomena. I personally like it when the butterflies change to excitement because the audience are engaged in the topic I'm delivering. I can't say I miss it because it is an inevitable occurrence.
The last time I had butterflies in my stomach was when I went to my dentist and saw him with his mask on.
Dentists give me the shakes and shivers and lots and lots of butterflies. I feel like just taking off at 100m/sec and reaching the safety of my home.
. . . every time I see my high school sweetheart moving toward me to give me a kiss . . . after 40 years, 6 kids, and 12 grandkids.
My wife can give me butterflies at will and it drives me crazy. I want that kind of power!
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When was the last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
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