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Old 07-20-2006, 08:52 PM   #11
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the kitchen is sacred...

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Why is that disrespectful? Coffee & a nude women, what more could a guy want (though my dh would want apple pie, not coffee)? We don't walk in the nude around the house. We have lots of big windows and even bigger wierdos in the neighborhood. You can clearly see into our house any time the blinds are open. We used to do it before this house and before we were sleep deprived parents. Even if we didn't have big windows we'd still be having our competition on who can pretend to be sleeping through the noise of the kids waking up.
He sees the kitchen as our church, ahahahaha. Honestly, this is all tongue in cheek. He laughs every time I do it. I have pretty light and airy lacy curtains as well. I love the light...and I don't care if my neighbours see a thing, hahaha.
As for the pie, I'll pay you a dollar if you do it. I mean it.
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Old 07-20-2006, 09:09 PM   #12
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Oh, Lordie, and here I thought this was going to be about disrespecting the kitchen by - not cleaning up - licking the beaters - wearing sandals----little did I know, lol!
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Old 07-20-2006, 09:27 PM   #13
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Have you ever disrespected a Starbucks?
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vagriller... I'm laughing non-stop.

Thank you!
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Starbucks....

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Have you ever disrespected a Starbucks?
No, but now I want to. We usually stop at a Starbucks on the NJTP on the way home from the shore each saturday afternoon. Do I have to completely disrespect it, or will it count if I just moon it? See, I rarely wear my bathing suit back home, and just have a sundress on.....so mooning will be very very easy....
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Old 07-21-2006, 01:46 AM   #16
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I think he has flashbacks of his grandparents cooking...

Hope I didn't give anyone the wrong impression about him. He's the furthest thing from a prude you'll ever meet. Maybe he's jealous that the coffee pot gets a look, too....
What did they cook in the nude or something????? Grandpa getting jiggy with it and flippy grandma with the towel or something
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Well, I just posted this on the bad habit thread, but Cristiano quite often frolic about in his birthday suit inside the house, including cooking in the kitchen, especially during the summer. It is kinda funny and never came across to me as a "disrespect" of any sort.

To me really, disrespecting the kitchen means to have a spic and span ultra modern professional kitchen in your house/flat and never bother to cook anything there (I have seen it happen actually in other households... how sad is that )
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Old 07-27-2006, 06:51 PM   #18
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He sees the kitchen as our church, ahahahaha. Honestly, this is all tongue in cheek. He laughs every time I do it. I have pretty light and airy lacy curtains as well. I love the light...and I don't care if my neighbours see a thing, hahaha.
As for the pie, I'll pay you a dollar if you do it. I mean it.
I haven't forgotten about this. I'll let you know how it goes when the opportunity (and apple pie) presents itself. The kids always wake up before us, so it does create problems. I'm thinking I'll have to do it at night after the kids have gone to bed.
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Hmmm. I'm not much into walking around nude, but probably becuse I'm old and overweight (I didn't feel that way 30 years ago!). But I personally don't see how you can "disrespect" an inanimate object that belongs to you! How funny. If you drink champagne, naked in bed, on a sunday morning, are you disrespecting the glasses and furniture? Haha!
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Old 07-27-2006, 09:54 PM   #20
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I haven't forgotten about this. I'll let you know how it goes when the opportunity (and apple pie) presents itself. The kids always wake up before us, so it does create problems. I'm thinking I'll have to do it at night after the kids have gone to bed.
makes a wonderful midnight snack. Indeed, it does.
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