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And I was just stereo-typin' like some here do.
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never tried the whole ' blame the house for your mistakes' thing, but knowing my luck, if i did, i'd be certain to find a stud or nog.
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Her porcelain sink is probably precious
to her like your Sportster is to you so how bout
if she dropped a wrench on your gas
tank and put a little dent in it?
Get her the new kitchen and put this in the past.
oh come on Michele even I'm not buying that and I believe everything you say.......

any woman (or man) that's loves their kitchen sink as much as anybody loving a motorcycle really needs to put some shoes on and get out of the kitchen..... there's a big bright world out there with a life in it for everybody and your kitchen sink won't take you there..... but your motorcycle will.....

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oh come on Michele even I'm not buying that and I believe everything you say.......

any woman (or man) that's loves their kitchen sink as much as anybody loving a motorcycle really needs to put some shoes on and get out of the kitchen..... there's a big bright world out there with a life in it for everybody and your kitchen sink won't take you there..... but your motorcycle will.....

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Tell her your sorry and reach over and grab your balls from outta her purse..
They were the first things I checked when I woke up this morning. Thankfully, she prefers them in the factory location.

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Dude..... it was providence, never let a catastrophe go unused, now's your chance, tell her you'll pack your stuff and go........... and when she nods thinking she's got you by the balls........ haul ass and don't look back. So........ what kind of cookies were they?
I've already done that a few times. It doesn't do much good, sooner or later, you just end up in a different dog house.

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Look... you're already in the dog house. I think you should go out and buy another motorcycle.
Oh, I already have a secret plan to steal the kitchen remodel money and buy a new bike. Don't tell her.

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Her porcelain sink is probably precious
to her like your Sportster is to you so how bout
if she dropped a wrench on your gas
tank and put a little dent in it?
Get her the new kitchen and put this in the past.
Come on, fess up. How would you feel if she dropped the cookie jar on your bike and broke a light and scratched the gas tank?

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I suggest breaking the rest of the darn cookie jar for ruing your sink. She will know how upset you are about the jar breaking the sink that you can transfer her irritation to the Jar. That is what women do when they screw up. Always blame whatever it is and take credit for nothing. Women respect that because they are so used to using that line of logic.
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Or you could just punch a hole in the wall for being upset about breaking the sink and jar, because men always do stuff like that!
Dumb idea. Then I'd have to patch the wall and remodel the whole room. You must hang out with some emotionally crippled, hard core dudes with bloody knuckles.

Flowers are working good so far. I got them at Home Depot on the way home from work. I also picked some porcelain repair paint, a replacement for the door matt I accidentally chewed up with the lawn mower last week, bought a part to fix the bathroom towel bar I pulled out of the wall last month, accidentally of course, and fixed the shelf in the refrigerator that has been broke for about a year.

Life is good again. I can tune her just as good as suspension and carbs.
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They were the first things I checked when I woke up this morning. Thankfully, she prefers them in the factory location.



Life is good again. I can tune her just as good as suspension and carbs.
Thats not the story I'm getting...sounds like they stay stored and hid in the top draw somewhere, way outta your reach..
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Thats not the story I'm getting...sounds like they stay stored and hid in the top draw somewhere, way outta your reach..
Nope, no drawers. I assure you, I can reach down and scratch them anytime I need to.
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Flowers are working good so far. I got them at Home Depot on the way home from work. I also picked some porcelain repair paint, a replacement for the door matt I accidentally chewed up with the lawn mower last week, bought a part to fix the bathroom towel bar I pulled out of the wall last month, accidentally of course, and fixed the shelf in the refrigerator that has been broke for about a year.

Life is good again. I can tune her just as good as suspension and carbs.
Seems to me with everything you've broke, the cookie jar lid might be her fault for letting you near it! And I liked the idea of punching a hole in the wall after it happened, she might have been too afraid to be upset with you afterwards.
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