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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Is it possible that Adam could have been the world's first idiot?
    Actually women were a brand new back then and Adam had not be properly educated in women speak... but then thousands of years later and man still has no idea of what a woman really means when she say's "I don't care"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    Actually women were a brand new back then and Adam had not be properly educated in women speak... but then thousands of years later and man still has no idea of what a woman really means when she say's "I don't care"
    Where do you want to eat, Honey?

    I don't care.

    Let's go to Lum Yuen's.

    NO.

    Well, how about McDonalds?

    NO

    How about JB's?

    NO

    Want to eat at the Outback?

    Okay...

    Yep... "I don't care (where we eat)" is REALLY hard to interpret sometimes with women.

    BUT! I'll bet they (the women) say that about us boys, too, when we say "I don't care."

    Makes life interesting to have a variable answer like that. Means different things at different times.

    Like when we say;"Wann'a make love tonight, Honey?"

    A "NO" answer means you haven't been nice enough to her yet, that's all. So, off to dinner we go, etc.

    If it is a "I've got a headache" answer... then forget it, you aren't getting any tonight, Buster! You done messed up and made her mad about "something"... AND you had BETTER NOT ask what that "something" is or you won't get any for several days.

    I'm a slow learner, took me FOUR divorces to figure some of that out!

    You ask;"Figure out what?"

    That SHE is the BOSS, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Vet View Post
    ....That SHE is the BOSS, of course.

    I strongly disagree. I don't allow any woman to pull a "power trip" with me. If she wants to play games and hold out on the sex, then she needs to realize that there are MANY other women out there. I've never had a problem with women using sex as leverage with me. I refuse to allow it.

    As for the other things, men need to learn how to speak up and remind the women about "Title IX". If they want to be treated equal, then they must act accordingly. Baiting a guy with sex is an insult to all of the women who worked so hard to get to where they are today.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    I strongly disagree. I don't allow any woman to pull a "power trip" with me. If she wants to play games and hold out on the sex, then she needs to realize that there are MANY other women out there. I've never had a problem with women using sex as leverage with me. I refuse to allow it.

    As for the other things, men need to learn how to speak up and remind the women about "Title IX". If they want to be treated equal, then they must act accordingly. Baiting a guy with sex is an insult to all of the women who worked so hard to get to where they are today.



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    It happens with married couples too. Tell me exactly how you would get around that if your wife were to pull this on you; obviously, the "there are many other women out there" argument wouldn't work with the woman to whom you are married unless you're an adulterer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    It happens with married couples too. Tell me exactly how you would get around that if your wife were to pull this on you; obviously, the "there are many other women out there" argument wouldn't work with the woman to whom you are married unless you're an adulterer.
    I have to say in my 30+ years of marriage that one never came up, nor did the "If I were to die would you get remarried" one either, but then I guess I never gave her reason to ask...:suicide:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    I have to say in my 30+ years of marriage that one never came up, nor did the "If I were to die would you get remarried" one either, but then I guess I never gave her reason to ask...:suicide:
    Congratulations! That is something to be proud of in "this day and age". Mom and Dad made it 62 years of marriage before he died earlier this year at 87.

    So few and far between make it over 30 years together , let alone over 20 years together it seems like. The most I made it in one marriage was a little over 21 years.

    Buy her flowers, Sheldon. People like you and your wife, and other such long term married couples are the backbone of America.

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    My wife and I will celebrate no. 40 this December and we got married very young so I guess it really was a miracle. Not only is it rare this day and age to stay together that long but staying together at all as young as we were is double hard.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Wow-- 30, 29, 62! You folks deserve some congratulations.

    I feel like a newlywed at only 28 years!








    Okay, that was a lie, in no way do I feel like a newlywed--I've been married so long I don't even look before I cross the street...


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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    Wow-- 30, 29, 62! You folks deserve some congratulations.

    I feel like a newlywed at only 28 years!








    Okay, that was a lie, in no way do I feel like a newlywed--I've been married so long I don't even look before I cross the street...


    Just follow Oregon Vet's advice and buy her some flowers once in a while to keep her guessing, Oh and sparkly's for all other occasions help too. N you will make it no problem.

  11. But she was made with spare ribs. I really like spare ribs had mine 31 years.Still working on the sauce.

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