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Aon_Daonna 
Posted: 20-Jan-2004, 01:20 PM
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well.. I'm very sure that there are arabic women who have their man in their pocket... smile.gif


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QUOTE (andylucy @ Jan 17 2004, 09:31 PM)
If I have learned anything in my years on this earth, it is that one should never, ever strike a woman, no matter how richly she may deserve it.  A man will forget about it and go to sleep, but the woman will never forget, and won't need to sleep.  It is at that point that her large iron skillet makes contact with his kneecaps.  biggrin.gif

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hehe, I think my BF can relate to that.. we have some nice broadswords standing around, some late 18th century rapiers and a dragoon saber.. but even better, I have a large collection of japanese kitchenknives which are neat and very very sharp.. happy.gif
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It's a wonder she didn't hit him upside the head with it. That would have been my first instinct.
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You missed the subtleties, she cooked the whole breakfast in that skillet and then overturned the entire contents on him, food, grease, and hot skillet. He suffered more that a quick splat to the head.




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Any bloke who lays a hand on his lady, should be strung up!!!!!!!!!!!

These cowards make me my blood really boil. Women are the most precious, and gorgeous rolleyes.gif (woo-man!), of all God's handiwork and they should be treated like absolute royalty! notworthy.gif notworthy.gif notworthy.gif notworthy.gif


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QUOTE (Kiwi Gael @ Feb 2 2004, 02:22 AM)
Any bloke who  lays a hand on his lady,  should be strung up!!!!!!!!!!!

These cowards make me my blood really boil. Women are the most precious, and gorgeous  rolleyes.gif (woo-man!),  of all God's handiwork and they should be treated like absolute royalty!  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif

My thoughts exactly, Kiwi Gael. Especially the gorgeous rolleyes.gif and precious part and treated like royalty. biggrin.gif Just call me...The High Queen of Ireland! laugh.gif

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I love my wife dearly. I love her more than my own life. I would never dream of hitting her for 2 reasons.

1) My aforementioned love.
2) Her brothers fear.gif

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Actually, I was just discussing it with my sergeant, one of the old superseded laws in Kentucky, but still on the books, is that a man may beat his wife with a stick, provided the stick is no longer than 3 feet long and no bigger in diameter than his thumb.

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AndyLucy thanks for your post, this is where we get the term Rule Of Thumb

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Any bloke who lays a hand on his lady, should be strung up!!!!!!!!!!!

These cowards make me my blood really boil. Women are the most precious, and gorgeous  (woo-man!), of all God's handiwork and they should be treated like absolute royalty!   



Kiwi, when it comes to the article I agree with you. This is just plain barbarism
However, and there is always a however in life, so read on

Kiwi At my house heres how it goes, First Ive Never hit my wife.Ive also Never hit a woman However, and there is always a however in life, Heres what I taught my children. NEVER hit a woman unless she REALLY NEEDS IT. There are some women who are more vicious than a badger. More venomous than a snake. More Ornery than a Missouri Mule. If a woman is attacking you and when you call her to relent and she still attacks,try to be quick and move, If she wont relent for any reason CLEAN HER CLOCK. My daughter has knocked out men and women who just plain wanted to fight. My son has never been in this situation. Im proud of them both.

1 Keep your hands to yourself ( your Mama taught you that)
2 If someone else cant abide by rule one, be sure to lay hands on them quickly even if they want to hide behind their non existent femininity. If she wants to fight like a Man I can give her a Manly Thump


My wife is my special sweetheart of 28 years, we can argue under rule number 1
we have never gotten to rule number 2. Being a Feminine being she has a brain and also many charms. There is no need for violence. Being a Masculine being I can use my brain and arms for loving.

Kiwi there are some so called women who can corner you, and kick the living life right out of you. Keep your eyes open or at least a window near.
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QUOTE (Aon_Daonna @ Jan 17 2004, 07:57 PM)
btw, read it before you flog me for posting it!

HEY!! You are the flogger, not the floggee!. biggrin.gif


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I always thought that the term "rule of thumb" came from the process of beer brewing before thermometers were made?

At any rate... the only thing I have issues with about the article is how the author mentioned dealing with his wife. There's just something about passive aggressive tendancies that bother me more than the idea of spousal abuse (strangely enough).

Also, I have an issue of contention with Rule #2...but that's a completely different story wink.gif

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Well all I know, is that I was brought up with chivilrey. A man should never hit a woman, period.

When I was a teenager, I was at a theater one time when (and I don't know way) this guy slapped a pregnant woman and knocked her down.
Man was that a specticle to see, EVERYONE in the whole theater got up and went after this guy, I mean that theater clear of people. The guy made it to his vehicle. It was a Chevy Suburban, mid to late 70's model, buy the time the guy was able to leave the parking lot there was not straight piece of metal or unbroken glass on the whole vehicle.
I'm sure that was a lesson he'll never forget, hell, I'll never forget it!!!

Can you imagine trying to explain that one to your insurance company??


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Blue Rogue, My hats off to you. Heres a beer for you beer_mug.gif .
May you never be so unfortunate as to having a woman who thinks you are her punching bag.

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