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Old 12-01-2012, 09:33 PM   #421
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Old 12-01-2012, 09:37 PM   #422
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I may be in the minority but I could care less to look at other people. I truly only have eyes for one. I wasn't always that way so for me I guess it just means I'm happy now.
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I may be in the minority but I could care less to look at other people. I truly only have eyes for one. I wasn't always that way so for me I guess it just means I'm happy now.
I didn't say I 'wanted' the other men I was looking at. It is like admiring a fine work of art. I like to look but when I was married I loved my husband.

It's almost like your implying those that look aren't happy in their relationships.
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Old 12-01-2012, 09:47 PM   #424
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I didn't say I 'wanted' the other men I was looking at. It is like admiring a fine work of art. I like to look but when I was married I loved my husband.

It's almost like your implying those that look aren't happy in their relationships.
Not at all. Notice I said "for me" it means that I'm happy. I also didn't say anything about wanting other people. I simply said I don't care about what other people look like. Sorry if you felt my comment was anything other than about me. . The older I've gotten I truly believe that beauty comes from within and for me I don't care to look.

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Old 12-02-2012, 12:32 AM   #425
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I hereby solemnly swear before all of you that when I get married I will not mandate what my husband can and cannot buy, I may discuss, but if we don't have money to buy what he wants, we don't have money to buy what I want.... That seems fair.
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:27 AM   #426
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Mine puts her phone on silent while at work then forgets to turn the finger back on so when I call her she doesn't hear it. Then gets mad at me when I don't answer my phone while I'm trying to navigate busy city traffic in a 10-speed truck dragging a 53 foot trailer....rolleyes.

Or at the end of the workday when I'm at the shop parking my truck or unhooking a trailer she'll call and if I don't answer she'll blow my phone up and when I do answer to tell her I'm busy and ill call her on the way home she gets mad.

I told her on her next day off she's gonna ride shotgun so she can see what I deal with in a day.
Its the double standard that annoys me the most. I call home from my cell and she won't click over knowing it is me on caller ID. Even if I call again and again to tell her its urgent. The I'll give up (maybe passed the last exit for town and can't exit till I'm nearly home.) Then if she calls and I don't click over (which is a very rare) I pay hell for it. It shouldn't be so bad now that I quit leaving my phone on unless I need to make a call and then its only for something really urgent. Like calling to gun store to see if I can swing by to pick something up.
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Its the double standard that annoys me the most. I call home from my cell and she won't click over knowing it is me on caller ID. Even if I call again and again to tell her its urgent. The I'll give up (maybe passed the last exit for town and can't exit till I'm nearly home.) Then if she calls and I don't click over (which is a very rare) I pay hell for it. It shouldn't be so bad now that I quit leaving my phone on unless I need to make a call and then its only for something really urgent. Like calling to gun store to see if I can swing by to pick something up.
I'm honestly the worst at answering my phone, I can't hear it ring in the shop and since my work pants are two sizes too big I can't feel it vibrate when I get in my truck to go home, it goes in the glove box and I ignore it. That's most my day.
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:10 PM   #428
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My wife generally understands if I text her that i'm busy, but sometimes I forget to tell her I'm in a meeting and she blows up my phone and email until I respond. I tell her she's getting to be just like her mother is with her.
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I'm honestly the worst at answering my phone, I can't hear it ring in the shop and since my work pants are two sizes too big I can't feel it vibrate when I get in my truck to go home, it goes in the glove box and I ignore it. That's most my day.
Get one of those belly-band holsters to keep your phone in. You'll feel it vibrate then.
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Heres a good one. Just came out of walmart. She grabs a new area rug (50$), xmas lights and a new shower curtain totaling 80$. I mention going to get some ammo and she says "you mind as well dump money down the toilet" ....... im starting to seriously dislike my wife.
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