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post #226 of 448 Old 04-21-2011, 10:14 PM
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My gf will always ask me to do very simple tasks:

GF- Can you hang this picture up for me?

Me- you know where the hammer and nails are, why can't you just do it?

GF- Thats a man's job.

Me- oh yeah, what's a women's job then?

GF- silence

I was waiting for her to say "cleaning" or "cooking", but she caught on.

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post #227 of 448 Old 04-22-2011, 06:54 AM
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My gf will always ask me to do very simple tasks:

GF- Can you hang this picture up for me?

Me- you know where the hammer and nails are, why can't you just do it?

GF- Thats a man's job.

Me- oh yeah, what's a women's job then?

GF- silence

I was waiting for her to say "cleaning" or "cooking", but she caught on.
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My gf will always ask me to do very simple tasks:

GF- Can you hang this picture up for me?

Me- you know where the hammer and nails are, why can't you just do it?

GF- Thats a man's job.

Me- oh yeah, what's a women's job then?

GF- silence

I was waiting for her to say "cleaning" or "cooking", but she caught on.
Sounds like a good way to insure that you won't get sex.
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post #229 of 448 Old 04-22-2011, 09:47 AM
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I wish my wife thought silence was her job.

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I wish my wife thought silence was her job.
All that squealing and moaning that she does is distracting.

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post #231 of 448 Old 04-22-2011, 10:38 AM
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My mom and I used to spell things out so my sister would not know what we were talking about.



















































my sister is 9 years older than I am.

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My mom and I used to spell things out so my sister would not know what we were talking about.

my sister is 9 years older than I am.



HAHAH! I was about to comment saying, everyone does that with little kids. I do it on a daily basis!

Then i clicked on the link in my email, and saw she's older

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A few years ago a bunch of us were hanging out on the lake and swimming behind the boat and this girl that was with my friend stepped on a shovel underwater(just the shovel part, the handle was missing), and she is still convinced to this day that shovel was left there when they were digging the lake...
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My wife still has the dead reamins of the first dozen roses I gave her over 13 years ago.
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My mom and I used to spell things out so my sister would not know what we were talking about.


my sister is 9 years older than I am.
i use phonetic alphabet and my mom never gets it. figure being married to a military man and having a kid in rotc.

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My wife still has the dead reamins of the first dozen roses I gave her over 13 years ago.
That is weird in my eyes. really weird. That is all that I'm go into. But my gal thinks it's sweet, so all *****es are crazy.

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post #237 of 448 Old 04-23-2011, 10:26 PM
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i use phonetic alphabet and my never gets it. figure being married to a military man and having a kid in rotc.
My wife still can't get used to a 24-hour clock - I've been thinking on a 24-hour clock since I was six (found out about it then, though it made good sense.)

I write dates DD-MMM-YYYY - and say them that way. Seems to screw everybody up - but she's finally gotten used to it.

At least she grasps the phoenetic alphabet (I still use it - fmr AF radioman & private pilot.)

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I write dates DD-MMM-YYYY - and say them that way. Seems to screw everybody up - but she's finally gotten used to it.
how many months are there in your year?
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post #240 of 448 Old 04-23-2011, 11:35 PM
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how many months are there in your year?
it would be like 24-Apr-2011. At least, that's the way I do it...

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