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Old 04-04-2013, 03:54 PM   #11
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Happy bday OP
My wife says on the way out the door this am, hey ya know weve been toghter 11 years today, my brain said oh sh_t I forgot again wait a damn min its not our anaversary she giggeld we went on our first date today 11 yrs ago. LOL anaversary is the 25th this month 9 yrs im still good lol

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she got me a ruger single six for our anniversary.
Well, then, let me just say, "Quitcher bitchin'." You got a mighty fine gift for your anniversary.

When my birthday comes around I just wish everyone would forget about it. I used to remind my children when my birthday was coming up. Now I wish they would forget.
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Happy birthday man!! But don't worry, women, as much as we love'em, can sometimes be as dense as they claim we are.

My dear Mom asked me what I want for Christmas. Ammo. What did I get? A desktop fountain doodad. Wanna talk about piss? Not pissed off, but I can't even be near the damn thing without having to take one.

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Happy happy birthday......!

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Face it, holidays geared around gifts, are all in all pretty childish. Xmax, BDays, and such. As an adult, if you want something, get up off the couch, drop that remote control, and go purchase anything you want.

My wife and I never exchange gifts, we just purchase what we want, when we need it.

We have a 30th wedding anniversary in a few days. It will slide by like just another day, which it is.

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Face it, holidays geared around gifts, are all in all pretty childish. Xmax, BDays, and such. As an adult, if you want something, get up off the couch, drop that remote control, and go purchase anything you want.

My wife and I never exchange gifts, we just purchase what we want, when we need it.

We have a 30th wedding anniversary in a few days. It will slide by like just another day, which it is.
Toys are childish. Not even so much as bothering to get your wife some cheap flowers (ya know their free, right? If you get off the couch, drop the remote control, and just go get them your damn self...), maybe a bottle of middling wine (also free to cheap, if you do it yourself), and a nice dinner (again... cheap, if you make it yourself at Casa De La AR10), to say, "Hey babe, thanks for putting up with my Debbie Downer ass for 30 years..." is pretty sorry in my book. The best part? All three of these show great appreciation to a loved one, and if you take the time to do it yourself, shows a lot of forethought and consideration... And, unless your home has no flowers nearby, or your cupboard is bare, you don't even have to move more than 100' or so. You can just turn the TV UP and not even miss much while you're off the couch.
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Face it, holidays geared around gifts, are all in all pretty childish. Xmax, BDays, and such. As an adult, if you want something, get up off the couch, drop that remote control, and go purchase anything you want.

My wife and I never exchange gifts, we just purchase what we want, when we need it.

We have a 30th wedding anniversary in a few days. It will slide by like just another day, which it is.
So you pop in don't even wish jj a happy birthday that's just wrong...
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Happy birthday and cheers jj. Put something good in those glasses and hoist a few. Before the end of the night they'll be the best gift ever.

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Happy bday late early or belated to all you twisted people.

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Happy Birthday JJ!

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