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Actually . . . . dh and I were just having a discussion about someone he works with who "jokingly" said that he gave his wife a 50 gallon container of SlimFast for Christmas. Of course I was appalled - she has actually gained weight but who hasn't? And that isn't the point - you shouldn't talk disrespectfully about your spouse to other people.

So no, I wouldn't literally kill my husband but . . . .;)

steph

50 gallon - lolol

Seriously, if you do - sometimes it can bite you in the butt! (no matter how big it gets!)

:monkeydance:

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50 gallon - lolol

Seriously, if you do - sometimes it can bite you in the butt! (no matter how big it gets!)

:monkeydance:

This guy came to my house years ago looking for my dh . . .he had one of those silhouettes of a naked woman you see on trucker's mud flaps on his baseball cap. You know, the sideways view of a woman seated with her knees up and her boobs perky . . :uhoh3: I have always hated that. So, I looked at his cap and said "You have a daughter, why do you wear that on your hat?" He just chuckled at me. I then said "So, if i wore a silhouette of the side view of a man standing with an erect penis in his hand, you wouldn't have a problem with that?". And he looked shocked.

It's the same thing . . . duh.

I'm known for saying what is on my mind. One of my many faults.

steph

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This guy came to my house years ago looking for my dh . . .he had one of those silhouettes of a naked woman you see on trucker's mud flaps on his baseball cap. You know, the sideways view of a woman seated with her knees up and her boobs perky . . :uhoh3: I have always hated that. So, I looked at his cap and said "You have a daughter, why do you wear that on your hat?" He just chuckled at me. I then said "So, if i wore a silhouette of the side view of a man standing with an erect penis in his hand, you wouldn't have a problem with that?". And he looked shocked.

It's the same thing . . . duh.

I'm known for saying what is on my mind. One of my many faults.

steph

You don't think those things are classy?

Hey, Steph, my sister was always really outspoken. Sometimes TOO outspoken but I always envied that.

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My first comment, loooong ago, was to ditch the guy! I have to say, though, that my husband did not care for cats in the early days. He did NOT want them on our bed and my cat, Hesa, always hissed, growled and ran away from him. Of course, as soon as Hesa was sure the husband was sound asleep, he would jump right up on the bed and sleep with us! (and my husband never knew, haha)

As Hesa got older and started to go downhill, he actually started sleeping on my husband's pillow. I think it was easier on Hesa because I'm a light sleeper and my husband sleeps like a rock. When Hesa finally had to be euthanized, my husband was actually very sad and wanted another cat. We ended up getting a litter of three, one day old, orphaned kittens and he bottle fed them until they could eat on their own.

I'm not saying you're man's going to be in to raising orphaned kittens, but he may soften up a LITTLE bit if you're lucky like I am. ;)

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As Hesa got older and started to go downhill, he actually started sleeping on my husband's pillow. I think it was easier on Hesa because I'm a light sleeper and my husband sleeps like a rock. When Hesa finally had to be euthanized, my husband was actually very sad and wanted another cat. We ended up getting a litter of three, one day old, orphaned kittens and he bottle fed them until they could eat on their own.

I'm not saying you're man's going to be in to raising orphaned kittens, but he may soften up a LITTLE bit if you're lucky like I am. ;)

Wow - way to go, Hesa!

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i think we're done here; further discussion would, imho, just be a waste of everyone's time. but, that's just me.:o
this moderator agrees.

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thread closed. thank you all for your responses :)

cheers,

roy

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