It's all BeetleBoss's fault!

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by mikel108, Nov 15, 2005.

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  1. wildman

    wildman Registered Member

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    Mikel: I don't know! When I tried this Mrs. Wildman was ready to take me to see Dr. Headshrink, I had to come up with the excuse that it was just a temporary memory loss. Mrs. Wildman said she would be happy to jog my my memory for me. I don't like her jogging technique, so my memory came back real quick. No stick with the "yes dear" and the "no dear", and under no conditions let her hear you mumbling.

    Also keep us posted as to the developments.

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    Wildman
    :eek: :D :p ;)
     
  2. BeetleBoss

    BeetleBoss She who posts lots of <I>Smileys</I>

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    Well BB, it's like this. I am a man. I don't ask for directions, burping is a coming of age, the smellier the better, more horsepower(ugh, ugh ugh), and it's never, ever our fault.

    Just remember this little quote.

    "He who smiles, has somebody else to blame!"

    Mike
     
  4. BeetleBoss

    BeetleBoss She who posts lots of <I>Smileys</I>

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    Remember this quote, my friend.....[​IMG]


     
  5. mikel108

    mikel108 Registered Member

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    LOL....Good Point;)
     
  6. wildman

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    :eek: Dang good point, plus it helps from having them want to perform an attitude adjustment to your head. This is not a good thing, epically if the spouse is holding a cast iron frying pan or a rolling pin.

    Yes dear and no dear is an ancient method that when applied properly has worked for centuries.

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    Can you tell that my wife left for the week-end with the kids. I just had too much work to do with one of my jobs. You can tell how much I am getting done right now:rolleyes:
     
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