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        05-15-2013, 02:25 AM
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    DOM I am guessing, dead old man?
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        05-15-2013, 02:28 AM
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    I am mortified. I slipped into second position with Sereno and now third to a horse float. Think I'll go and talk to a horse.
    You make me actually laugh out loud, I know LOL is an expression but you make me really do it. I feel for your wife, I think she has her hands full with you.

    I see you looking at this convo. Come back at me, so I can beat you up. :)
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        05-15-2013, 02:32 AM
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    Same deal Stan, but I live with them, The rare few we have hope for are just that, rare. From what I see, it's my job, but you get weekends and evenings off.


    Not going to excuse my flirting. Maybe I should go back to the 30s thread? LOL. It's worse yet, as I am happily married.

    It's all just a joking. But there's a foster parent at the agency who we call Farmer Dave, he brought me a goats milk soap today as I have eczema. And photos of his place, heck he has 250 acres. I've known this guy 4 years, I didn't know that. I told him 'I've been married 3 years, if I had of known that, you would be Mrs Alex right now'

    Sadly everyone who knows me just laughs me off
    Stay with us we are mature enough to know its just a little fun, Talking about fun this afternoon in the office one of the ladies was to call on an offender and she commented she needed to take a dog with her. I offered, she responded I want one with teeth, Now that hurt but payback will be sweet. And just for the record I have teeth, glasses, and I could beat the crap out of them with my walking aid.
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        05-15-2013, 02:34 AM
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    DOM I am guessing, dead old man?
    Close but Ill settle for that.
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        05-15-2013, 02:36 AM
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Stay with us we are mature enough to know its just a little fun, Talking about fun this afternoon in the office one of the ladies was to call on an offender and she commented she needed to take a dog with her. I offered, she responded I want one with teeth, Now that hurt but payback will be sweet. And just for the record I have teeth, glasses, and I could beat the crap out of them with my walking aid.
    God, I love this thread!!!

    DOM: Dirty Old Man!
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        05-15-2013, 02:38 AM
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Stay with us we are mature enough to know its just a little fun, Talking about fun this afternoon in the office one of the ladies was to call on an offender and she commented she needed to take a dog with her. I offered, she responded I want one with teeth, Now that hurt but payback will be sweet. And just for the record I have teeth, glasses, and I could beat the crap out of them with my walking aid.
    Brilliant. I weigh 120lbs, I can't touch them, but when I yell the wind tunnel they are in could snap their little necks. They move so far back from me.

    It's dominance not size, as horse owners I think we all get this.

    One day I might get socked, but it hasn't happened in 6 years, 30 kids. So I think I am ok.
         
        05-15-2013, 02:40 AM
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    God, I love this thread!!!

    DOM: Dirty Old Man!
    LMAO, I put some Stan in it, and what I would do if I were his wife.

    Dirty old man makes much more sense.
         
        05-15-2013, 02:41 AM
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    You make me actually laugh out loud, I know LOL is an expression but you make me really do it. I feel for your wife, I think she has her hands full with you.

    I see you looking at this convo. Come back at me, so I can beat you up. :)
    Only if I slow down enough so she can catch me and then she will lighten my wallet like to night it has cost me
    $250 to do some repairs to her computer, all men know what, will you pick it up and i'll pay you back means. We never get the money, ever. No matter how much we complain the money has gone and she will mutter every time we try to bridge the subject. Whats yours is mine and whats mine is my own. They call that equality.
         
        05-15-2013, 02:46 AM
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    God, I love this thread!!!

    DOM: Dirty Old Man!
    cut to the quik but no
         
        05-15-2013, 02:47 AM
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    She pays... I think if we knew her info we might donate to her putting up with you.

    She pays like life sentence payment, poor gal.
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