LOL oh my goodness, I love your response!! My hubby knows better than to say something like that :o)
I should add that we've been married for almost 12 years so he's had time to learn! And neither one of us weighs what we did when we met (although, he's closer) LOL
Sometimes, the "guy" in every guy comes out. Training, just a little more training.
LOL!!! Yep, typical guy!
Yup - just being a guy. Snog Dot is right - it's all about training. After nearly 25 years of marriage, I can definitely say the difference between a guy and a man is training.
first off, I have no idea where you would lose 1 1/2 pounds...you are teeny...second, if he says it again, leave him napping in a resteraunt...
Army wife, I like the way you think, LOL
Leave him napping in a restaurant.....oooo, that's just cold! :O I've been divorced for years and still can't shake the training! It just ain't fair!
after 30 years... he'll still say something like that... and until the newness of having him home wears off, I won't smack him upside the head when he says something male and dumb like that... Jeeeeez, what is it, the MN winters?The Guard is coming home. I'll be thinking of you when we pick them up. LAW
LOL! Men. They can be soooo incredibly sensitive and encouraging . . . to each other, but to the wife, not so much. Hmmmm.
Naw BW we just mess with y'all to keep ya on your toes. : )
Its nothing compared to something I said once.It was Jack Nicholson (A Few Good Men) inspired, in front of my platoon and my wife (an officer) was standing behind me.Who the hell was covering my six THAT day?Note to self: Jack Nicholson is NOT a role model.
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