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Old 05-01-2007, 12:10 AM   #11
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Goldfinger, I was thinking the same thing.

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She's really more My girlfriend; but... It's complicated.

Fun; but complicated.

Is there an off topic forum?

Besides, only I and My wife own the guns, and most of my wife's firearms were inherited from her grandmother.
My girlfriend, "t", likes shooting when I take her, and she's pretty good; but never motivated enough to ask to go, and has declined the gift of guns.
The wife, "c", on the other paw, likes shooting, and likes the owning too. Her maternal grandmother was quite the hunter and sportswoman, and "c" feels a real connection to her when she's using them ("c" and her grandmother were quite close while she was alive).

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She's really more My girlfriend; but... It's complicated.

Fun; but complicated.

Is there an off topic forum?

Besides, only I and My wife own the guns, and most of my wife's firearms were inherited from her grandmother.
My girlfriend, "t", likes shooting when I take her, and she's pretty good; but never motivated enough to ask to go, and has declined the gift of guns.
The wife, "c", on the other paw, likes shooting, and likes the owning too. Her maternal grandmother was quite the hunter and sportswoman, and "c" feels a real connection to her when she's using them ("c" and her grandmother were quite close while she was alive).

HMMM?? Without gong to deeply into your business, I wonder about your wife being around guns and you having a "girlfriend"!!

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Old 05-01-2007, 05:27 AM   #14
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She's really more My girlfriend; but... It's complicated.

Fun; but complicated.

Is there an off topic forum?
I understand your situation to an extent. Not my lifestyle but hey among consenting adults to each their own. The Range is as close to an off topic forum as we have. I will leave this one open as long as the posts stay clean.
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Old 05-02-2007, 05:37 AM   #15
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I can answer any questions that are asked in "clean" language (there's a proper word for darn near everything that you could use in front of your grandmother); but, it's not really firearms related, thats why I asked about the 'off-topic' area.

Sorry for the thread hijack, Audrey.

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This forum is the "off-topic" forum. I will re-word the description tomorrow to make it more clear for future members.

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Splatter I do have to ask how you managed to work your wife into that situation. I bet a lot of us married folk would like to know .

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I own a marble and granite fabrication shop.

As far as having a wife and sharing a girlfriend, that is best when the wife brings up the subject and you let her lead the way

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I own a marble and granite fabrication shop.
Cool. Is that kitchen and bathroom counters, tiles, tubs, that sort of thing, or do you also do statuary and tombstones/mausoleum markers?
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Countertops, walls, floors, and whatever else people are looking to have made.

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