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Gratitude.

Seth

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#1
I took some time out today and ignored fixing computers and rubbing my girlfriends feet.

It was most profound.

I just went into my back yard and listened.

NOTE: No acid trips were involved in said endevour.
 

help4me

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I took some time out today and ignored fixing computers and rubbing my girlfriends feet.

It was most profound.

I just went into my back yard and listened.

NOTE: No acid trips were involved in said endevour.
And what did you discover?

(I go up to the college look out as my backyard is full of the sounds of the things I am seeking to be away from ;) )
 
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Wolfeymole

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It's dreadful Bonnie I know.

Locked dogs squealing, cats scratching afterwards.

Urban sounds are so revealing. :D
 

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I live outside of the city and have lots of trees in my backyard. Actually I just moved to this new place from the city about 2 months ago (in mid winter).

Yesterday was pretty nice out so I went out back and strolled around. It was very quite other than some birds singing.

Ok I admit it, I did run the script in the back yard:)

I'm getting sick of the winters here though. Think I'll move to Australia.
 

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It's dreadful Bonnie I know.

Locked dogs squealing, cats scratching afterwards.

Urban sounds are so revealing. :D
Add to that... kids arguing... babies crying... couples fighting... and even the "Can I get you anything dear?" gets on my nerves at times.

To all that I say... in order... ... shoot the dog, skin the cat, would you two beat the hell out of each other already or you will be grounded whether I am your parent or not, you haven't been alive long wenough yet to cry this much little one, I'm not your marriage counselor... and by god if I want something I am well capable of getting it myself!!! :p
 

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It's not that funny :p :p
 

Seth

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I've been trying to back off! :p
Dude, it's all cryptic.

They'll tell you they're mad about something, but they won't tell you what that "something" is.

You have to guess it and then give her a hug. (All the while apologizing for a wrong in which you have no idea of. lol)
 

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Dude, it's all cryptic.

They'll tell you they're mad about something, but they won't tell you what that "something" is.

You have to guess it and then give her a hug. (All the while apologizing for a wrong in which you have no idea of. lol)
I've got the manual here somewhere...... lol
 

help4me

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Dude, it's all cryptic.

They'll tell you they're mad about something, but they won't tell you what that "something" is.

You have to guess it and then give her a hug. (All the while apologizing for a wrong in which you have no idea of. lol)
Let me tell you how it really is... I have absolutely no problem telling a man he is wrong, and just exactly why he is wrong... as you witnessed the other day via messenger ;)

Second... if a man apologizes to me and tries to hug me while I am still angry... not only will I tell him again how wrong he is, but I may also teach him about time travel... by knocking him clear into next week ;)

Third... if the man tries to compensate for his complete "wrongness" by being overly helpful... he's liable to find his behind on a bus back to Canada :p :p j/k
 

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Let me tell you how it really is... I have absolutely no problem telling a man he is wrong, and just exactly why he is wrong... as you witnessed the other day via messenger ;)
I can attest to that as well.

Second... if a man apologizes to me and tries to hug me while I am still angry... not only will I tell him again how wrong he is, but I may also teach him about time travel... by knocking him clear into next week ;)
It's much better to give a lady her space when she wants or needs it.

Third... if the man tries to compensate for his complete "wrongness" by being overly helpful... he's liable to find his behind on a bus back to Canada :p j/k
I'm trying to cut back on the overly helpfulness! And I'm starting to realize that a woman needs to do things for herself, rather than have a servant...

Though I still enjoy fixing her coffee. :p
 

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I can attest to that as well.



It's much better to give a lady her space when she wants or needs it.



I'm trying to cut back on the overly helpfulness! And I'm starting to realize that a woman needs to do things for herself, rather than have a servant...

Though I still enjoy fixing her coffee. :p
And you fix the best coffee dear, thus why I actually do ask you to fix me a cup of coffee, because I like yours better :)
 

maynardvdm

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Can i remind you of this : ROFL

Add to that... kids arguing... babies crying... couples fighting... and even the "Can I get you anything dear?" gets on my nerves at times.

To all that I say... in order... ... shoot the dog, skin the cat, would you two beat the hell out of each other already or you will be grounded whether I am your parent or not, you haven't been alive long wenough yet to cry this much little one, I'm not your marriage counselor... and by god if I want something I am well capable of getting it myself!!! :p
Just joking :)