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post #166 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 08:11 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??
Your money became her's when ya said "I Do", She did just that. She said I will make yours mine

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post #167 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 08:34 AM
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*Bangs head on desk*

I'm a woman...and I am so embarrassed by these other women.

But you guys are making me LOL!
I'm only halfway through the first two pages and I agree.. I've been shaking me head the whole time.
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post #168 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 08:41 AM
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Your money became her's when ya said "I Do", She did just that. She said I will make yours mine
Your first mistake was telling her...its much easier to ask for forgiveness than permission....

Does your refrigerator still keep the food cold?
Do you have running water in your sink? A sponge and some soap?

If you answered yes to these questions you should get a lift kit.
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post #169 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 11:00 AM
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epic thread.. I love this. i have been reading them to my wife the whole time and we have been after i read all this i told my wife how much i love her for not being like these other women
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post #170 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 11:27 AM
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My wife and I are moving all the furniture from my father's house, earlier that morning I had packed everything worthwhile. As I am moving the bed frame out I say, "I will get the boxes, you just organize into the back of the truck."

A futon, bed frame, and roughly 15 boxes later I ask her where she moved the tie downs.
She replied, "The orange tow rope with the handles?"
Me: "Yes, those were tie downs so the frame stays in the truck."
Her: "Oh, I put those in a box that had tools in it for the next time you get stuck."
*It was at this point I gave up trying to explain the use of the 'tow ropes'
Me: "Can you grab them for me?"
Her: "They are in the box under the futon in the front... I can't get them."
Me: "...I love you."
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post #171 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 11:44 AM
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When I was 11 or 12, riding down the interstate with my mom driving, she says, "there must be a cop up ahead somewhere because a lot of the oncoming cars are flashing their high beams at us." I looked over at the instrument panel and said, "It's probably just because you have your high beams on and they don't like being blinded." She said she didn't have them on, so I pointed to the high beam indicator (little headlight with the lines coming out of the front). She said, "That isn't for my high beams, that just tells me when I am going too fast. That is why it is a bullet next to the 55 mark!"

Only one of many...... I had an interesting childhood.
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post #172 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 01:04 PM
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This thread makes my mom seem like a genius. At least she has some common sense when it comes to vehicles and when something needs fixed/maintenance needs done. I've also decided it's probably a good thing I've never had a girlfriend since a lot of these things would have made me go ape ****.

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post #173 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 02:40 PM
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When I was 11 or 12, riding down the interstate with my mom driving, she says, "there must be a cop up ahead somewhere because a lot of the oncoming cars are flashing their high beams at us." I looked over at the instrument panel and said, "It's probably just because you have your high beams on and they don't like being blinded." She said she didn't have them on, so I pointed to the high beam indicator (little headlight with the lines coming out of the front). She said, "That isn't for my high beams, that just tells me when I am going too fast. That is why it is a bullet next to the 55 mark!"

Only one of many...... I had an interesting childhood.
Your mom sounds like alotta fun.

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post #174 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 03:07 PM
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I know a guy whose wife went to Autozone looking for petroleum jelly.
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post #175 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 06:36 PM
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I know a woman who went to Kentucky to get some KY Jelly.

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post #176 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 08:03 PM
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Your first mistake was telling her...its much easier to ask for forgiveness than permission....

Does your refrigerator still keep your beer cold?
Do you have running water in your sink? A sponge and some soap?

If you answered yes to these questions you should get a lift kit.
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post #177 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 10:04 PM
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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...
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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.
Oh, you were married to my ex-wife too?

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post #178 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 10:12 PM
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Oh, you were married to my ex-wife too?
that or her sister!

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post #179 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 11:11 PM
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coffee table at my parents house



top of the toilet has a kleenex box, but it is a beech themed bathroom
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post #180 of 448 Old 04-18-2011, 11:22 PM
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Why is it that women must have paintings of bathrooms in the bathroom...?

Anyone else deal with this?

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