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Old 12-15-2012, 06:07 PM   #501
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He will fall asleep watching TV at 6:00 and then expect to play video games all night. If you can't stay awake during "my time", you don't need to be up playing video games......you obviously need to go to bed early.
If I had a ol lady as pretty as you I'd allow you to bring it to the range on our next outting for target practice
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There are definitely benefits to being alone. But there is much to be said for a partnership with a good mate.
Indeed. But my mate chosing skillz are just garbage. So I'll probably be to the head till I die with spuratic moments of complaining incompatible cheating insecure women tatt'd up from head to toe. Thats how I roll apparently :/
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Indeed. But my mate chosing skillz are just garbage. So I'll probably be to the head till I die with spuratic moments of complaining incompatible mates :/
It's amazing what your attitude can change. I spent the last 7 years thinking I'd end up alone or with a dirt bag... I've started to change my thinking and it seems to be working out splendidly for me.
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My Mom ran two red lights in the same night and almost ran a third before I said, hey Mom that light is red... I'm scared for my life every time I get in a car with her. My Sister-in-law once said, " I think every guardian angel in heaven watches out for your mother when she drives."

I shouldn't be changing brake pads every 15,000 miles... And it isn't the car's fault it's the driver...
My mother in law is like that, all around horrible driver. She can't maintain a constant speed, goes from 30 to 70 and back to 30 again on a state highway. Also rides the fog line on the side of the road and even runs off the edge of the road on county roads. She's blown so many truck tires on her ranger by running off the road. She waits till the last possible second to start breaking, I keep telling her, "One of these times you try to brake your pedal is gonna go to the floor and you'll be screwed!". It's been two years since I changed the pads on my Dakota, of course I use the transmission to slow down as well.
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It's amazing what your attitude can change. I spent the last 7 years thinking I'd end up alone or with a dirt bag... I've started to change my thinking and it seems to be working out splendidly for me.
Eh I'm 35 gettin old . Hair is gettin sick of the neighborhood xD so whats the point.
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My mother in law is like that, all around horrible driver. She can't maintain a constant speed, goes from 30 to 70 and back to 30 again on a state highway. Also rides the fog line on the side of the road and even runs off the edge of the road on county roads. She's blown so many truck tires on her ranger by running off the road. She waits till the last possible second to start breaking, I keep telling her, "One of these times you try to brake your pedal is gonna go to the floor and you'll be screwed!". It's been two years since I changed the pads on my Dakota, of course I use the transmission to slow down as well.
My Mom just can't navigate and drive or talk and drive at the same time. If she's talking to you she'll look right at you, like turn her head and look at you, not at the road...
My brakes did that last week, I at least had time to pump them and get them working before I hit the guy in front of me. I now know what it feels like to have your heart stop for a second....
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Eh I'm 35 gettin old . Hair is gettin sick of the neighborhood xD so whats the point.
Haha... I dated a 36-year-old once... He was kind of a dirt bag though. Not saying you are, unless your girlfriend is 18, then maybe you're a dirt bag...
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Eh I'm 35 gettin old . Hair is gettin sick of the neighborhood xD so whats the point.
Well hell I'm old too then. I'm 36.....
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Well hell I'm old too then. I'm 36.....
That's not old ZG.....that's a well preserved teen
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That's not old ZG.....that's a well preserved teen
I like that.
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