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Unread 04-15-2011, 03:23 AM   #46
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Wife: What are you doing?
Me: Changing my oil.
Wife: Why? It hasn't rained in weeks.
Me: What does that have to do with anything. What do you think oil does.
Wife: Keep the engine from rusting right?
Me: Ya your right I don't know, just figured I'd get a jump on it. Can you grab me a coke.

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Unread 04-15-2011, 05:19 AM   #47
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Yesterday I was puttin together an outdoor sitting bench in the garage but didn't quite finish. The wife came home later complaining because she couldn't park in the garage because the bench was blocking her side of the garage.

The next day comes around and I didn't get a chance to finish the bench so it's still sitting in the garage, right where I left it the day before and right where my wife had to walk right by it to get to her vehicle outside when she left for work. Later that day the wife comes home. She comes running into the house after parking in the garage and says "there's a bench stuck under my car!"

First I lol'd thinking she was joking, then I serious'd when I saw what was left of the bench under her car.

She said she didn't know it was there.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 06:47 AM   #48
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Sometimes we know what it does, we just don't know the name or can't think of it at the moment. You figure out what were saying so it all works out.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 07:30 AM   #49
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Ok, I guess I will add one:

I had a co-worker who was upset because her car (ford freestyle) had just failed inspection. I asked her what for and she told me her brakes were low and that her tires were 'cracked'...

We went out to the car to look it over, her tires were bald, I mean street slick bald.... I told her she shouldnt be driving it at all and we went back inside. I asked her what size the tires were and she had no idea. Back to the car we go. Once back inside I asked what brakes she got hit on and she promptly replied....... I only have 2 brakes its not a four wheel drive vehicle........

Sigh... some women
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Unread 04-15-2011, 07:47 AM   #50
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Ok, I guess I will add one:

I had a co-worker who was upset because her car (ford freestyle) had just failed inspection. I asked her what for and she told me her brakes were low and that her tires were 'cracked'...

We went out to the car to look it over, her tires were bald, I mean street slick bald.... I told her she shouldnt be driving it at all and we went back inside. I asked her what size the tires were and she had no idea. Back to the car we go. Once back inside I asked what brakes she got hit on and she promptly replied....... I only have 2 brakes its not a four wheel drive vehicle........

Sigh... some women

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Unread 04-15-2011, 08:11 AM   #51
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you guys have it bad , my women just collects loads of hot wheels there is like 1,000 on the wall.

you need a "NO MAAM" kinda club on the jeep forum.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 08:40 AM   #52
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I don't know much about women, I've been married for 12 years......but I do know this for sure: If you give a woman a small basket of seashells, she will put it on the back of the toilet.
Just go ahead and close the thread now, it doesn't get any better than this.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 08:46 AM   #53
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Unread 04-15-2011, 08:59 AM   #54
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I don't know much about women, I've been married for 12 years......but I do know this for sure: If you give a woman a small basket of seashells, she will put it on the back of the toilet.
I have read this one several times, read the entire thread & I can't figure out what's so funny about this. Don't get me wrong ... I don't have a basket of shells on the back of my toilet, and if you gave me one I'd look at you as if you're crazy ... but I don't get the joke.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 09:16 AM   #55
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Seashells on the back of the toiliet,pillows on a couch or bed you cant use,towels you cant use,candles you cant light,I have to have this 400 dollar potato peeler that says pampered chef on it.What the dollar one wont peel them?Baskets for stuff. Seriously you need 10 baskets with fluffy covers to hold pen and junk? Insert females friends name here:is having a basket party/pampered chef/girl party where we ***** about you and your friends so I had to buy SOMETHING!

My first wife puts us in a skid during winter and puts her hands in her lap! I scream at her turn the wheel! Turn the FING WHEEL!! Her response? Why it wont do any good.So I counteract the skid from the passenger seat and she looked at me like I was some kinda wizard!WOW The drivers ed teacher said you COULD NEVER do that!!!! Your amazing! Guess where she got her drivers training? Iowa Sorry to all my Iowa friends but now you know why its Idiots out wandering around,not your fault your trained that way.JK I have had a few Iowa friends that could drive.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 09:30 AM   #56
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guys, really, havent you learned anything yet. when I got married my wife promptly enrolled me in her training course. and since I have learned a great many things that do not make sense at all.

first, there are heat pads in our kitchen that you cant touch anything hot with?

there are towels in the bathroom you cant dry your hands with?

there is soap you cant wash with?

oh ya, candles, this is good. we have candles you dont light because they are for looking at and we have candles we light but not for light just smell.

and my favorite, the bowl of sawdust and bark commonly refered to as "popourri" (dont know how to spell it). so as a joke I went outside and filled a bowl with landscape shreddings and dead flowers and put it on the coffee table. My wife came home and a while later sat down and noticed the bowl leaned over and smelled it and said that it was nice and wanted to know if I got it at...............

wait for it..........


BED BATH AND BEYOND!


I just didnt have the heart to tell her, so I said her mother sent it to her. two weeks later we are at her mothers birthday party and I hear her thank her mother for the "popourri" (spelling?). it ended badly for me but I got some extra garage time for a few weeks.


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Head out for a 2 or 3 hour road trip, she loads purse, bags full of magazines, snacks and drinks, a pillow and blanket, stuffs it in the passenger side floor board and complains that the truck has no leg room. The passenger side sunvisor in her car is where all household bills are filed along with loose CDs
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Unread 04-15-2011, 09:31 AM   #57
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I've heard it said that a man will spend $10 on an $8 item Because he needed it.
A women will spend $8 on a $10 item she didn't need because "it was on sale!"

The women in my life have proved this time and again.
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Unread 04-15-2011, 09:53 AM   #58
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I worked in the auto hobby shop on base a bunch of years back. This relatively attractive supposedly smart (ensign) woman came in and asked if I could look at her car. She noticed a different sound had started a couple of weeks before and she was getting ready to drive home on leave. I got it up on the lift and pulled off the left front tire. I got to see a steel donut! The brake pads had worn away, the pad backing had worn away and the pistons had cut the rotor completely off
The other side still had pad backing but was close to gone also.
She said that it had been making a squeeling noise when she stepped on the brakes but someone had told her all disk brakes squeeled so she just turned up the radio. She got worried when the squeel stopped and the clanking started.

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Unread 04-15-2011, 10:07 AM   #59
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Head out for a 2 or 3 hour road trip, she loads purse, bags full of magazines, snacks and drinks, a pillow and blanket, stuffs it in the passenger side floor board and complains that the truck has no leg room. The passenger side sunvisor in her car is where all household bills are filed along with loose CDs
Sounds like my ex-wife. Any trip of 2 hours or longer required about 30 of those reusable grocery shopping bags filled with crap.

Another one from her. I'm riding in her car with her driving, when suddenly:
ex: Oh... I guess I need to make an appointment to get the oil changed.
me: Uh, why do you say that?
ex: The oil light just came on.
me: You know that means it's dangerously low on oil, right? That you need to add some right away?
ex: Well, they fill it when they change the oil.

And then there's one from my old housemate. He asks if I mind running out to give his girlfriend a jump start, she's stuck at work with a dead battery. Yeah, no problem. I run out there, get to her car, open it up to pop the hood. My jaw drops, I turn to her and say, "It's a stick shift?"
her: "Yeah, why?"
me: "You're parked at the top of the biggest hill in Baltimore."
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Unread 04-15-2011, 10:18 AM   #60
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They can go to the store (WalMart or Target) to get ONE item and they have to walk through almost every isle in the store first....
I told my wife that when I go to the store to get something I find it, get it, and get out. Her response:
"Well, you know men are the hunters and the women are the gatherers..."
I guess we hunt for the one thing and get out while thay gather all kinds of crap into the buggy....
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