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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 12:04 PM
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QUOTE (Camac @ 17-Oct-2008, 07:42 AM)
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You hit that one on the head. I have a question. Why is it that if a husband has a favourite piece of clothing (in my case a old beat up, frayed, darned, turtle neck, raw wool sailing sweater) that doesn't fit with the fashion of the day they throw it out. Every time my ex. came across it she threw it in the garbage and every time I'd retrieve it. She finally succeed when I was out of town for a week. Came back and it was gone. I went into mourning.

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Now this is just dead wrong for a woman to do. I might try to mend it (which I'm pretty good at), steal it and wear it myself once in a while smile.gif, or even find another one just like it as a spare for when iteventually gets beyond all mending.
But sneak throwing away? It's a matter of respect, or lack of it. no.gif
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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 03:27 PM
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I have changed my ways. I no longer move hubby's things or get mad when he can't find something because with age I have started to forget where I put things. biggrin.gif

As far as throwing out his favorite clothing, that is a no no until I ask if it is O.K. to throw it out. I wouldn't want any of my clothes thrown out without me knowing about it.



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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 06:45 PM
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So I guess thatís what happened to that old leather jacket of mineÖha!


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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 09:29 PM
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Speaking of the bathroom, WHY do women feel they have to fill the room with smelly candles and then tie the room up for hours! dry.gif


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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 09:37 PM
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Posted: 17-Oct-2008, 09:46 PM
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Posted: 18-Oct-2008, 09:10 AM
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Ok, this thread is interesting, I THINK????

It has seemed to me lately that it is harder for a guy to let go of a relationship than it is for us ladies.
Is this just my own experience, or has anyone felt this?


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QUOTE (Dogshirt @ 17-Oct-2008, 09:46 PM)
I fail to see the attraction. bored.gif


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Marti -- I've had it happen once or twice when a man had a hard time letting go. I think in one case especially, it was a matter of pride -- it didn't suit him to to be the passive one, and if there was going to be a breakup, he was going to be the one to say so. On the other hand, this particular man wasn't inclined to be sent away at all, and as a result I was harassed with deliveries of roses at odd hours for over a year, even after the restraining order went into effect. I don't think rejection itself is more painful for either sex -- it's being told what to do and how it's going to be, that maybe men have a harder time accepting. Sometimes. sad.gif
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Posted: 27-Oct-2008, 10:17 AM
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Is it just me too, or does it seem women have more pain tolerance, both physical and mental, than men?

This may be a moot point, as I've had more personal and physical hardship than several I believe. Look at my Wiki page for details. There's people who've endured more than I have, but I'm talking in comparison to all on the whole.


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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 15-Oct-2008, 07:02 PM)
we do it to get back at you men who leave the toilet seat up!!! biggrin.gif have you ever gotten up in the night and go in to use the potty and the seat be up!!! and don't tell me to cut the light on!!! Who wants to cut the light on when your half asleep!!!

I'm a guy, so I pee standing up. And when I get up during the night to relieve myself, I turn the light on.


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Posted: 27-Oct-2008, 07:44 PM
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I'm a guy, so I pee standing up. And when I get up during the night to relieve myself, I turn the light on.


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Posted: 28-Oct-2008, 08:54 AM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 27-Oct-2008, 11:53 AM)
I'm a guy, so I pee standing up. And when I get up during the night to relieve myself, I turn the light on.

I don't. I don't usually even open my eyes. That's why late at night, I sit down to piss. There's less chance of weaving and wobbling so much I'll leak all over the floor, not just the seat, if I park it. I have fallen asleep on the toilet in the middle of the night, and that's evidence enough that taking a seat was the right choice. wink.gif

Then again, I never had a problem putting the seat back down. It's just part of the ritual, and it annoys me when men come to my house and leave the seat up. Really, the rim of the bowl is a disgusting thing to look at, so please put it back where you found it. Some men may be different, but I know the majority of us do NOT clean the toilet. I'd call putting the seat down when you're done a pretty good compromise on our part. Which end of the stick are we getting by making that little gesture? tongue.gif


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Posted: 28-Oct-2008, 11:24 AM
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QUOTE (oldraven @ 28-Oct-2008, 08:54 AM)
I don't. I don't usually even open my eyes. That's why late at night, I sit down to piss. There's less chance of weaving and wobbling so much I'll leak all over the floor, not just the seat, if I park it. I have fallen asleep on the toilet in the middle of the night, and that's evidence enough that taking a seat was the right choice. wink.gif


Hubby does the same thing. I put a night light in the bathroom so you do not have to turn the bright lights on and blind yourself.

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Posted: 28-Oct-2008, 08:08 PM
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The rule at my house is simple; if you want me to put the seat up, YOU put it down!
I sit down on it once a day, the 3 women I live with more so. So it's up to THEM to check the seat. I REALLY don't care.


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QUOTE (Patriot1776 @ 27-Oct-2008, 10:17 AM)
Is it just me too, or does it seem women have more pain tolerance, both physical and mental, than men?


you try to push a large object through a small hole and you'll understand why we have a higher tolerance of pain...that and most men are wimps tongue.gif we women are made of sterner stuff thumbs_up.gif

i mean i'm married to a fire fighter who faints at the thought of having to give blood or get a needle!! laugh.gif


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