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post #51 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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I have no fear of them, even the poisonous ones. I respect them once I see the eyes or color pattern, but never get spooked at first glance. Spiders on the other hand will start my blood pumping quick. I hate feeling them crawl my skin and seeing one makes my skin crawl.
DH is the same way, freaks at spiders. I don't have any problems with them either, so I get to do the spider killing.

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post #52 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 05:51 PM
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too funny ! I do rant when I am here alone, having to do something that I was told would get done in a minute or in a second..lol
seriously I want to know how hard is it to throw away twine and empty feed bags .. put it back on a shelf , hang up the halter and lead rope .
Lmao
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post #53 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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too funny ! I do rant when I am here alone, having to do something that I was told would get done in a minute or in a second..lol
seriously I want to know how hard is it to throw away twine and empty feed bags .. put it back on a shelf , hang up the halter and lead rope .
Lmao
When I'm in a hurry, I'm guilty of all those things. Just toss and run. But since I do the majority of the feeding and animal care, there's only one person to yell at......me!

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post #54 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 07:31 PM
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LOL this thread has kept me laughing and I can relate to most of it. Now I understand why I've never heard a woman tell a man, "When God made you he broke the mold". OMG I think they're all related.

Sometimes it hard to live with em, but yet, we don't want to imagine life without em.

But seriously though, now we should all understand that M&M's come in 3 varities instead of 2. There plain, peanut, and the wife M&M (mama & maid).
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post #55 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 07:49 PM
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I'm so glad that Nate tells me when he screws up, which isn't very often. He gets mad at himself when he screws something up or can't figure something out. He doesn't know much about horses, so he just stays out of the barn and leaves it to me. I crack up when he gets angry at himself..It all makes for good jokes later on. :)

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post #56 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 07:51 PM
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This is insulting to men everywhere! Haha!

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post #57 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 09:39 PM
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CRAAAAAAAP! You were not supposed to see this thread, DH :)

<makes mental note to check seat before using toilets>

:) I'm awfully spoiled I admit....
I don't have to do yard work, or plumbing, or work on vehicles, or move hay, or unload feed, or wake up early to fix the TV for the rugrat,.....
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post #58 of 106 Old 05-28-2013, 10:14 PM
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Oh geez I would rather deal with a toilet seat up than one that was left down and dripped on!
At least in the dark I can tell if the seat is up....
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post #59 of 106 Old 05-29-2013, 01:10 AM
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CRAAAAAAAP! You were not supposed to see this thread, DH :)

<makes mental note to check seat before using toilets>

:) I'm awfully spoiled I admit....
I don't have to do yard work, or plumbing, or work on vehicles, or move hay, or unload feed, or wake up early to fix the TV for the rugrat,.....
MWA Ha Ha Ha! Got to admit tho, one nite Palogal and I were at a bonfire,and one of the folks there had a darling special needs daughter, she told me she was thirsty and we went to the ice chest to get her something to drink. They had a rubber snake wired to the lid of the cooler, I opened it to get her a coke and that snake jumped out and I grabbed a batch of gone, I tried to go 3 different directions at the same time all the while trying to jerk my pistol. I may never live that down.
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post #60 of 106 Old 05-29-2013, 06:58 AM
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When I was on the electrical crew here at work our superintendent always sat on a ceramic bucket in the same spot at break and lunch. I moved the bucket over about 3 feet and put a rubber snake under it. Most of the crew knew about it so when he began raising a ruckus because someone moved his seat it made it that much funnier when he nearly jumped through the ceiling as he went over the top of 2 guys sitting behind him. He was so ****ed for a few minutes until he couldn't help but laugh since all of us couldn't stop laughing.

I told him later that day that it was me then he wanted to borrow the snake to get some of the other supers in the office. Go figure.


Spiders bother me at first when they surprise me, but I once that initial surprise has passed then I'm all about taking them out.

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