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Old 10-01-2008, 12:53 PM   #91
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From what I've seen...

If she's younger than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad wants her to be with and do the exact opposite...

If she's older than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad IS and emulate him the best you can...
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Old 10-01-2008, 12:55 PM   #92
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From what I've seen...

If she's younger than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad wants her to be with and do the exact opposite...

If she's older than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad IS and emulate him the best you can...
Dang, thats some good advice. LOL never thought of it like that before
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Old 10-01-2008, 01:48 PM   #93
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From what I've seen...

If she's younger than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad wants her to be with and do the exact opposite...

If she's older than 23, find out what kind of guy her dad IS and emulate him the best you can...
I don't know, I would find out how she feels about her dad first. If someone emulated my father I'd drive him to the lake and drop him in with cement shoes attached rescuing him just after he came to his senses and just before he drowned.
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Old 10-01-2008, 02:06 PM   #94
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Believe me you didn't mess around with my dad........he was a sharpshooter in the First Calvary Diviision..........he was a really nice guy.......but I knew where to push the limits.....and boyfriends weren't the place.........god, he was drop dead gorgeous........
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Old 10-01-2008, 02:08 PM   #95
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LT, come hang out in the Man Thread. You'll definately pick up some good tips. rotf
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Old 10-01-2008, 02:11 PM   #96
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LOL, I was just gonna say the same.
Check out the man thread.... I'm certainly impressed!
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Old 10-01-2008, 02:57 PM   #97
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LOL, I was just gonna say the same.
Check out the man thread.... I'm certainly impressed!
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She... likes big saws and she cannot lie.
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She... likes big saws and she cannot lie.

who ME?

ok fine.
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Somehow I think we all end up "marrying our dads" in some ways. James is very different from my dad in most ways, but there is one thing he does just like him, and it drives me nuts. They both wait until it is almost time to leave (I'm talking 10 minutes here), and then they take their showers and start getting ready! Infuriating!

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Somehow I think we all end up "marrying our dads" in some ways. James is very different from my dad in most ways, but there is one thing he does just like him, and it drives me nuts. They both wait until it is almost time to leave (I'm talking 10 minutes here), and then they take their showers and start getting ready! Infuriating!

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I think they all do that Barbara. DH does it.... when I walk in the door from work and we have to go somewhere..... he sits there until we're late and takes a shower..... leaving ME to rush around to dress all the kids and pack a diaper bag... which he coulda done in the 6 hours BEFORE I got home...
Then.... to top it off.... he comes back upstairs dressed and ready to go....
AND ASKS WHY WE"RE NOT READY YET!!!

EVERY SINGLE TIME!!!!!

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