post #151 of Old 04-17-2011, 03:21 PM
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post #152 of Old 04-17-2011, 03:39 PM
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Putting a full roll of toilet paper on top of the one that's got 1/4 left... you got to MOVE the full one to get to the one in use!

wrapping an entire roll of paper towel onto the one on the dispenser so it "doesn't go empty". Which is fine...except when you fill it to the point where it doesn't spin!

say things like "you shouldn't have to ask why I'm mad, you should know" well hunny, i just got home and you're angry, and i'm asking because i have no clue

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post #153 of Old 04-17-2011, 03:57 PM
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My wife loves to dress up my dogs and then post the pictures on facebook.

My all time favorite is this little gem she did.
she got tired of my ice hockey goalie pads smelling, so while I was at work she put my trapper and blocker in the dishwasher. Hosed down the leg pads with bleach and febreeze. Needless to say her getting a new charger was delayed for awhile.
Both of my boys play hocky - one's a goalie. I used to merely threaten him with washing his gear, problem solved. (EDIT - got this backwards. I wanted him to air out his gear - I was going to wash it if he didn't!)

I'm fully aware of what happens to leather in the washing machine. He asked me if I knew what would happen the first time I threatened it - I told him I did. Then I told him he'd have to figure out a way to amass money for replacement gear, because I wasn't going to do it.

Yes, I know about the funk they can collect. Yes, I know non-destructive means can be used to mitigate it. I didn't want that funk in the house, and I didn't want it in my garage (that was my space, and I like it smelling like solvents & grease!)

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post #154 of Old 04-17-2011, 04:21 PM
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What's the deal with roosters as kitchen decorations??? I never got that one...
There's got to be about 50 of them in my mother's kitchen... I've lost count as to the number of them I or the dogs have sent to the trash bin...

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post #155 of Old 04-17-2011, 07:23 PM
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My wife loves to dress up my dogs and then post the pictures on facebook.

My all time favorite is this little gem she did.
she got tired of my ice hockey goalie pads smelling, so while I was at work she put my trapper and blocker in the dishwasher. Hosed down the leg pads with bleach and febreeze. Needless to say her getting a new charger was delayed for awhile.
They make a pad de-funk recipe you can do yourself at home (I use it on my derby pads)

Or if you want really really simple. Dilute plain vodka in a 1:1 mixture. Neither of which will ruin pads. Just be sure to let them air dry.

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post #156 of Old 04-17-2011, 09:16 PM
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They make a pad de-funk recipe you can do yourself at home (I use it on my derby pads)

Or if you want really really simple. Dilute plain vodka in a 1:1 mixture. Neither of which will ruin pads. Just be sure to let them air dry.
Usually what I do is dilute rubbing alcohol with water and spray it lightly. It usually works unless its a years worth of funk. She just thought using bleach would work better.
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Usually what I do is dilute rubbing alcohol with water and spray it lightly. It usually works unless its a years worth of funk. She just thought using bleach would work better.
The mix we use is baking soda, vinegar, peroxide, rubbing alcohol, and water. Different quantities for each (I have them written down somewhere). That stuff works amazing and dries reasonably quick.

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post #158 of Old 04-18-2011, 12:38 AM
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Not so much what my wife does, but what she says. Several weeks ago, I told my wife I was thinking about selling one of my guns (I have one that is worth AT LEAST $2000) and buying a lift kit for the Jeep, but I wanted to let her know first. She told me, "that's fine. They're your guns and your Jeep, so it's your money. How much are you thinking about spending?" I told her about $1500 to $2000 for everything. At this point she says, "What?! You can't spend that much money! We need a new refridgerator and a new dishwasher!" Whatever happened to it being my money??
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post #160 of Old 04-18-2011, 03:17 AM
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when you come home and sack out on the couch only to wake up 25 minutes later to your card being gone.

then logging into your bank account and see your card has been charged fifty some dollars at victorias secret... and then not showing back up at the apartment the entire night...


































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bleed 7 days a month but exhibit symptoms 365 days a year
Axe wounds! Lol

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when you come home and sack out on the couch only to wake up 25 minutes later to your card being gone.

then logging into your bank account and see your card has been charged fifty some dollars at victorias secret... and then not showing back up at the apartment the entire night...


































scandalous wench...
Damn. Your woman is like that?

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she was, and then i made her become some other *******s problem. i have no clue where she is today or what she's doing... but i heard a while back that she isn't doing so well.

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My girlfriend... well she's going to school to be an engineer and drives (lets me drive when I'm a good boy) a WRX wagon.

More laughs in this thread than I expected.
My ex has an engineering degree and drives a WRX, too. I can't tell you the number of times I've looked at her in disbelief and asked her how many years of college she went through.

Here's another one from her - This had happened enough that I immediately knew what was going on. Middle of winter, I wake up in the morning and the house is freezing. I go downstairs and she says to me:

ex: We need to get someone in here to look at the furnace. It's freezing in here!
me: (sigh) - Open the basement door and flip the burner switch back on. Furnace fires right up.
ex: It wasn't me this time!

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she was, and then i made her become some other *******s problem. i have no clue where she is today or what she's doing... but i heard a while back that she isn't doing so well.
gotta keep them hoes on leashes!!!
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