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Old 07-30-2005, 08:58 PM   #31
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OMG!! Goodweed! I have never heard a man say that before! You make me sound worthy...you make me sound useful! I now sounds pathetic...I know I'm good but its nice to here sometimes!

Thank You for making my day!!!
You're just hanging out with the wrong men. I know a host of men, all over the country who would say the same thing.

Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North
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Old 07-30-2005, 09:14 PM   #32
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That is so true. After work one day last week, I stopped off at the local waterhole to have a beer with the gang. All the guys that were married kept looking at their watches. So, I could sit and enjoy my beer while they worried about that they should be getting home.
Married life really is a prison, isn't it Sierra? *waiting for all the happy couples here to start throwing rotten 'maters! Maidrite, toss me a fresh one, I'm hungry!*
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Old 07-30-2005, 11:59 PM   #33
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A beer is no substitute for a wife.

What about it replacing an ol man??? I'm kidding!!! I like the taste of the beer. I know it wont solve my problems, nor anything else....it just tastes so darn good!

As for the wrong men....your right....I wont go there in here but you are SO right!

You are a wise man GWN!
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Old 07-31-2005, 12:35 AM   #34
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A beer is no substitute for a wife.

What about it replacing an ol man??? I'm kidding!!! I like the taste of the beer. I know it wont solve my problems, nor anything else....it just tastes so darn good!
tcg, you are quite right on both counts. Beer or any alcohol should not be a substitute for anything. I would trade a beer for a good man, if I can find one, anytime. And it does taste darn good at times.
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Old 07-31-2005, 03:44 PM   #35
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I love this site! Due to the fact that we chose not to have kids, my husband was able to take an early retirement and be with me 24/7. Now, I'm glad that I'm his ideal woman, but ... sometimes. I'm probably the only woman on earth who tells her husband, when he gets testy, to please take a walk, hit a bar, and get an attitude adjustment (it always works, he always comes home in a better mood and apologises for being so short tempered). It only happens once or three times a year, most of the time we both prefer to go out together. My husband encourages me to go out with the girls for a few wines, also. But we don't do either often.
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