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Old 04-28-2016, 10:12 AM   #1101
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I just threw some salt over my shoulder for good luck. Ended up smashing a mirror with the salt shaker.
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Old 04-28-2016, 10:24 AM   #1103
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In retrospect, during our last argument, when my wife brought up one of my many long ago mistakes and I said "You are like an elephant", I probably should have made it clear I was referring to her memory.
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Old 04-28-2016, 10:38 AM   #1104
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Old 04-28-2016, 11:14 AM   #1105
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That really hits home with me. Between my wife and my 3 teenage daughters, we usually have enough shampoo in our shower to last a year or so. Or at least that's how long it would last me. We seem to be constantly buying the stuff. All different brands and colors. One is for curly hair. One is for dry hair. One is for hair that has been colored...

I just grab whatever is closest. My hair is only 1/4" long (according to the blade guard on the trimmer I use). As long as it makes it clean, I'm good.
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Old 04-28-2016, 06:40 PM   #1106
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That really hits home with me. Between my wife and my 3 teenage daughters, we usually have enough shampoo in our shower to last a year or so. Or at least that's how long it would last me. We seem to be constantly buying the stuff. All different brands and colors. One is for curly hair. One is for dry hair. One is for hair that has been colored...

I just grab whatever is closest. My hair is only 1/4" long (according to the blade guard on the trimmer I use). As long as it makes it clean, I'm good.
You have my condolences! I only have a wife and 1 daughter, but I know what you're talking about!
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Old 04-29-2016, 08:36 AM   #1107
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I live with my wife, two daughters, two female cats, a female dog...

Several years ago we had a neighbor that was going to pet-sit for us. During the tour I kept referring to our fish as 'he.' When the neighbor asked me how I knew the fish was a male, I told her "Because I NEED him to be!"

Sadly, he died.





The fish, not the neighbor.
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I live with my wife, two daughters, two female cats, a female dog...

Several years ago we had a neighbor that was going to pet-sit for us. During the tour I kept referring to our fish as 'he.' When the neighbor asked me how I knew the fish was a male, I told her "Because I NEED him to be!"

Sadly, he died.

The fish, not the neighbor.
Reminded me of the old joke: Why do husbands usually die before their wives? Because they WANT to!
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I live with my wife, two daughters, two female cats, a female dog...

Several years ago we had a neighbor that was going to pet-sit for us. During the tour I kept referring to our fish as 'he.' When the neighbor asked me how I knew the fish was a male, I told her "Because I NEED him to be!"

Sadly, he died.





The fish, not the neighbor.
I'm badly out-numbered at my house. Wife, 3 daughters, 2 female dogs and one female cat. We do have 3 male cats though.
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Sadly, I too am outnumbered except for a male dog, and he doesn't lift his leg to pee.
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