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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. Oh, not tonight Josephine, I'm too tired.
See also: not
what's on tap for (some point in time)
What has been arranged, organized, or scheduled (for some period of or point in time). A: "Good morning, Mark! What's on tap for today?" B: "Morning, boss. We have production meetings with each department up until lunch, then the first prototype will be ready for you to test in the afternoon." Let's go over what's on tap for tomorrow so that we're all on the same page.