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Postby Sixxgunn » Sat Apr 29, 2006 10:29 am

If I haven't been to bed yet, is it technically still Friday? X-I
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Postby knapplc » Sat Apr 29, 2006 12:24 pm

mutantseabass wrote:
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Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I love it. My wife is out of town tomorrow which means I get to watch the draft with my fantasy football buddies. Beer, food and football for hours on end. ;-D ;-D ;-D



Ahhh its starting already, the good my wife is out of town. Good to see you getting into married life 3D ;-D :-b Welcome aboard, pain is to the right and suffering to the left. Enjoy your stay!


I'll add lack of S is straight ahead....


:-b ...... :-b ....... :~(

I think he has a few months left of "the good life" ahead still. He still has to pass the im glad shes going out, i need some time alone stage, then the man she spends way too much money stage, followed up quickly by the wow she sure complains alot stage, then the holding out stage comes into effect. Then hes right into the "why didnt i listen to those people who told me not to get married" stage.

Aint Married life Grand!!! ;-)


What the heck are you two talking about? Married life is great. I have a best friend that I see every day. We share our lives, share our hopes, share our ups and downs. We've been through sickness and health, poverty and wealth and we're still going strong after 14 years.

And the "S" is frequent and fun, and I wouldn't want it with anyone else.

I know you're mostly joking about this, MSB and Cap, but don't give 3D the wrong idea here.

Marriage is like a fine wine: it gets better and better with age - as long as you keep it corked when it should be corked.
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Postby Dirt Bag » Sat Apr 29, 2006 12:45 pm

totally offtopic but knapp what the crap is your sig?
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Postby moonhead » Sat Apr 29, 2006 12:59 pm

Dirt Bag wrote:totally offtopic but knapp what the crap is your sig?


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he has many names. the grey wizard from the third age of middle earth. he was a major player in the fall of barad dur. read the books. or if you're lazy watch the movies. but do that after you read the books.
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Postby The_Captain » Sat Apr 29, 2006 1:24 pm

Dirt Bag wrote:totally offtopic but knapp what the crap is your sig?


*sniff* I smell a highjacking..... *sniff*
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Postby The_Captain » Sat Apr 29, 2006 1:28 pm

knapplc wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I love it. My wife is out of town tomorrow which means I get to watch the draft with my fantasy football buddies. Beer, food and football for hours on end. ;-D ;-D ;-D



Ahhh its starting already, the good my wife is out of town. Good to see you getting into married life 3D ;-D :-b Welcome aboard, pain is to the right and suffering to the left. Enjoy your stay!


I'll add lack of S is straight ahead....


:-b ...... :-b ....... :~(

I think he has a few months left of "the good life" ahead still. He still has to pass the im glad shes going out, i need some time alone stage, then the man she spends way too much money stage, followed up quickly by the wow she sure complains alot stage, then the holding out stage comes into effect. Then hes right into the "why didnt i listen to those people who told me not to get married" stage.

Aint Married life Grand!!! ;-)


What the heck are you two talking about? Married life is great. I have a best friend that I see every day. We share our lives, share our hopes, share our ups and downs. We've been through sickness and health, poverty and wealth and we're still going strong after 14 years.

And the "S" is frequent and fun, and I wouldn't want it with anyone else.

I know you're mostly joking about this, MSB and Cap, but don't give 3D the wrong idea here.

Marriage is like a fine wine: it gets better and better with age - as long as you keep it corked when it should be corked.


Ahhh, the idealist appears.

Relax knapp, I'm sure 3D is smart enough to know MSB and I are giving him a load of crap.

I just celebrated my 10 year anniversary and after 10 years and 2 kids I wouldn't trade my wife for anyone. I agree with everything you said but sometimes its fun to joke about all the myths that go with marriage.
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sat Apr 29, 2006 5:04 pm

The_Captain wrote:
knapplc wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I love it. My wife is out of town tomorrow which means I get to watch the draft with my fantasy football buddies. Beer, food and football for hours on end. ;-D ;-D ;-D



Ahhh its starting already, the good my wife is out of town. Good to see you getting into married life 3D ;-D :-b Welcome aboard, pain is to the right and suffering to the left. Enjoy your stay!


I'll add lack of S is straight ahead....


:-b ...... :-b ....... :~(

I think he has a few months left of "the good life" ahead still. He still has to pass the im glad shes going out, i need some time alone stage, then the man she spends way too much money stage, followed up quickly by the wow she sure complains alot stage, then the holding out stage comes into effect. Then hes right into the "why didnt i listen to those people who told me not to get married" stage.

Aint Married life Grand!!! ;-)


What the heck are you two talking about? Married life is great. I have a best friend that I see every day. We share our lives, share our hopes, share our ups and downs. We've been through sickness and health, poverty and wealth and we're still going strong after 14 years.

And the "S" is frequent and fun, and I wouldn't want it with anyone else.

I know you're mostly joking about this, MSB and Cap, but don't give 3D the wrong idea here.

Marriage is like a fine wine: it gets better and better with age - as long as you keep it corked when it should be corked.


Ahhh, the idealist appears.

Relax knapp, I'm sure 3D is smart enough to know MSB and I are giving him a load of crap.

I just celebrated my 10 year anniversary and after 10 years and 2 kids I wouldn't trade my wife for anyone. I agree with everything you said but sometimes its fun to joke about all the myths that go with marriage.


I've been married for 6 years now and we joke around about the typical marriage things. Ultimately, though, I couldn't live without her. We've become pretty dependant on each other. I don't cook or clean and she doesn't mow or change tires. There are a lot of marriage horror stories out there, but if you marry the right person and choose to abide by your vows, you'll love coming home from work everyday.
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Postby Dirt Bag » Sat Apr 29, 2006 5:32 pm

moonhead wrote:
Dirt Bag wrote:totally offtopic but knapp what the crap is your sig?


gandalf.
mithrandir.
the grey pilgrim.
stormcrow.
the grey.
incanus.
olorin.
tharkun.

he has many names. the grey wizard from the third age of middle earth. he was a major player in the fall of barad dur. read the books. or if you're lazy watch the movies. but do that after you read the books.


I knew it was Gandalf i'd never heard him called the gray pilgrim though..ima big Tolkien fan


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Dirt Bag wrote:totally offtopic but knapp what the crap is your sig?


*sniff* I smell a highjacking..... *sniff*


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Postby The_Captain » Sat Apr 29, 2006 6:17 pm

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
knapplc wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I love it. My wife is out of town tomorrow which means I get to watch the draft with my fantasy football buddies. Beer, food and football for hours on end. ;-D ;-D ;-D



Ahhh its starting already, the good my wife is out of town. Good to see you getting into married life 3D ;-D :-b Welcome aboard, pain is to the right and suffering to the left. Enjoy your stay!


I'll add lack of S is straight ahead....


:-b ...... :-b ....... :~(

I think he has a few months left of "the good life" ahead still. He still has to pass the im glad shes going out, i need some time alone stage, then the man she spends way too much money stage, followed up quickly by the wow she sure complains alot stage, then the holding out stage comes into effect. Then hes right into the "why didnt i listen to those people who told me not to get married" stage.

Aint Married life Grand!!! ;-)


What the heck are you two talking about? Married life is great. I have a best friend that I see every day. We share our lives, share our hopes, share our ups and downs. We've been through sickness and health, poverty and wealth and we're still going strong after 14 years.

And the "S" is frequent and fun, and I wouldn't want it with anyone else.

I know you're mostly joking about this, MSB and Cap, but don't give 3D the wrong idea here.

Marriage is like a fine wine: it gets better and better with age - as long as you keep it corked when it should be corked.


Ahhh, the idealist appears.

Relax knapp, I'm sure 3D is smart enough to know MSB and I are giving him a load of crap.

I just celebrated my 10 year anniversary and after 10 years and 2 kids I wouldn't trade my wife for anyone. I agree with everything you said but sometimes its fun to joke about all the myths that go with marriage.


I've been married for 6 years now and we joke around about the typical marriage things. Ultimately, though, I couldn't live without her. We've become pretty dependant on each other. I don't cook or clean and she doesn't mow or change tires. There are a lot of marriage horror stories out there, but if you marry the right person and choose to abide by your vows, you'll love coming home from work everyday.


My wife and I joke about the myths all the time. I agree with you ORS, I couldn't live without her. She's a blessing and we're a good team....we fight and disagree but show me a marriage which doesn't.
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Postby Tiki » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:15 pm

The_Captain wrote:
Omaha Red Sox wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
knapplc wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
The_Captain wrote:
mutantseabass wrote:
Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I love it. My wife is out of town tomorrow which means I get to watch the draft with my fantasy football buddies. Beer, food and football for hours on end. ;-D ;-D ;-D



Ahhh its starting already, the good my wife is out of town. Good to see you getting into married life 3D ;-D :-b Welcome aboard, pain is to the right and suffering to the left. Enjoy your stay!


I'll add lack of S is straight ahead....


:-b ...... :-b ....... :~(

I think he has a few months left of "the good life" ahead still. He still has to pass the im glad shes going out, i need some time alone stage, then the man she spends way too much money stage, followed up quickly by the wow she sure complains alot stage, then the holding out stage comes into effect. Then hes right into the "why didnt i listen to those people who told me not to get married" stage.

Aint Married life Grand!!! ;-)


What the heck are you two talking about? Married life is great. I have a best friend that I see every day. We share our lives, share our hopes, share our ups and downs. We've been through sickness and health, poverty and wealth and we're still going strong after 14 years.

And the "S" is frequent and fun, and I wouldn't want it with anyone else.

I know you're mostly joking about this, MSB and Cap, but don't give 3D the wrong idea here.

Marriage is like a fine wine: it gets better and better with age - as long as you keep it corked when it should be corked.


Ahhh, the idealist appears.

Relax knapp, I'm sure 3D is smart enough to know MSB and I are giving him a load of crap.

I just celebrated my 10 year anniversary and after 10 years and 2 kids I wouldn't trade my wife for anyone. I agree with everything you said but sometimes its fun to joke about all the myths that go with marriage.


I've been married for 6 years now and we joke around about the typical marriage things. Ultimately, though, I couldn't live without her. We've become pretty dependant on each other. I don't cook or clean and she doesn't mow or change tires. There are a lot of marriage horror stories out there, but if you marry the right person and choose to abide by your vows, you'll love coming home from work everyday.


My wife and I joke about the myths all the time. I agree with you ORS, I couldn't live without her. She's a blessing and we're a good team....we fight and disagree but show me a marriage which doesn't.
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