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Every man has his sacred man draw somewhere in the house. It mainly comprises of man things such as screwdriver bits odd tools the occasional unfired round or forgotten explosive material, battery's flash lights etc. OK what is in yours. Women have an almost irresistible fascination with what should be disposed of and what should stay. Go figure



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Sometimes it is very good to be single. Other times, there is no one else to be mad at when i misplace something.


On a side note, were i married, i think it might be challenging to tell my wife to "stay out of my drawers" without cracking a smile.



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If you were married you wouldnt have to tell her to stay out of them! Wedding cake lowers a womans sex drive by 99%

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Sometimes it is very good to be single. Other times, there is no one else to be mad at when i misplace something.


On a side note, were i married, i think it might be challenging to tell my wife to "stay out of my drawers" without cracking a smile.
You should get yourself a nice pet like a bear cub
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You should get yourself a nice pet like a bear cub

My kitty in my nissan sentra (like almera). I count on him and his assistant to eat any stray bear cubs on the premises. So far, i have not found any uneaten cubs at my place.
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My kitty in my nissan sentra (like almera). I count on him and his assistant to eat any stray bear cubs on the premises. So far, i have not found any uneaten cubs at my place.
Your kitty looks like a bloody mountain lion
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OH, "sacred man drawer". I was thinking

"I've heard of a cross-draw,...". Good thing you gave a description,

you had me going there. BTW, perhaps a dictionary, spellchecker, or

thesaurus would be a timely addition to your drawer, OP.

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OH, "sacred man drawer". I was thinking

"I've heard of a cross-draw,...". Good thing you gave a description,

you had me going there. BTW, perhaps a dictionary, spellchecker, or

thesaurus would be a timely addition to your drawer, OP.
Hahaha........I was misled, too.

I was thinking of what a man might do when walking up to a urinal. ROFL
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OK what is in yours.
A bazillion pencils, dead batteries, broken tape measures, the random screwdriver that has the wrong type tip I need, and I always find random fishing hooks when I'm digging for the screwdriver with the right tip I need.
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the wife generally stays out of my reloading room. my drawer is pretty damn big



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