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    So, precisely how badly do you want that Hassy? If your family can't 'truly afford' the expenditure then do you want it so much that you're willing to cause your family hardships? Are you willing to possibly damage your relationship with your wife, perhaps forever? It's not a difficult question but the answer can be a bit of a struggle for many of us because we're 'polluting the primary issues' with secondary and tertiary thoughts. Forget those other 'ideals' and think... "Can my family (not me) afford to spend that money right now"? Boil it down to that one and only absolutely valid question and answer it yourself. Then talk about it with your wife if you truly believe it's a good time to spend the cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie View Post
    Good grief, where do you men find these crazy women? Must be a Northern thing. Might I suggest a trip to the deep South to meet your next significant other? I have never been around women who would behave and treat their husband/boyfriend in such ways. That is awful! I'm sure there are deep phsychological issues surrounding their behavior, but we (women in the South) tend to handle things in a different manner. Don't get me wrong; when treated incorrectly, we will set your car on fire; but give us respect and love and you've never been treated so well in all your life! Southern boys so love their mamas ... and women down here tend to base husband skills on how well a man treats his Mother.
    No ma'am... right here in Texas. All the nice pleasant Southern Bells are already spoken for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchetman View Post
    Well, be honest, how many times did she tell you that the frying pan goes on the bottom?
    You're both wrong. Frying pans do not go in dishwashers.

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    Do you hide your cameras from your wife?

    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    You should have thrown it back... everyone knows that frying pans shouldn't be washed in an automatic dishwasher!
    So that's where we went wrong? Maybe there's still hope? No, wait a minute, I think I'm gonna vomit.
    "All I ask for is an M5 with a fast lens, a roll of HP5 and a street to shoot her by."

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    You're both wrong. Frying pans do not go in dishwashers.
    I wouldn't know that, because the only dishwasher in my home is me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Rider View Post
    Ooh, sounds like a dream come true. A women that 'only' sets light to your car when she's mad. I thought they only existed in fairy tales. Fancy dinner?
    Only if you're cooking!! I'll stay away from the open flames. For now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old-N-Feeble View Post
    No ma'am... right here in Texas. All the nice pleasant Southern Bells are already spoken for.
    Well aren't you sweet!!! You're not too far from me; I'm sure I could find you one around here!

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    Oh to be with a fair lady who only hurts things instead of people. Bliss... shear bliss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie View Post
    Well aren't you sweet!!! You're not too far from me; I'm sure I could find you one around here!
    But, umm, to give up my photo addictions for other addictions? Mmm... well... err... don't tempt me!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    You should have thrown it back... everyone knows that frying pans shouldn't be washed in an automatic dishwasher!
    I think that among the newer and more ignorant tribes, a device for frying things called a "non-stick pan" is in use. I understand that it is traditional to wash these with the rest of the eating tools and implements in an automatic machine.
    Enlightened folks use a cast-iron frying appliance, which, when properly used, requires no washing and indeed will be damaged by the application of soap or detergent.



 

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