The interior language of a marriage

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  1. HollyGolightly
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    Exactly - and they make you cry sometimes, but they add so much flavor to everything, and if you sauté them long enough they become sweet - exactly like my Ogre.
  2. Haunted
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    Haunted My favorite place

    Speaking from the point of many years married, the key to me, is to always say Please and Thank you and as the alcoholics say, take it "One day at a time."
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  3. DiO'Bolic
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    DiO'Bolic Mr. Man

    I’ve been married almost 20 years now... 3 happily. ;)

    She asked me yesterday what the traditional 20th wedding anniversary gift is. I said Jägermeister , lots and lots of Jägermeister. She laughed and agreed.
  4. Out of Order
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    Out of Order My Lips Are Hot!

    How do you fell about scallions?
  5. Autumn Gust
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    I've been married many years to a man who has ADD. Thank goodness his mind has settled down over the years! :biggrin2: Having a sense of humor was key to surviving all of his unusual ideas, ever-changing plans, and half-finished projects! :very_confused:
  6. DiO'Bolic
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    DiO'Bolic Mr. Man

    That's not ADD... that's Saturday. :)
  7. Autumn Gust
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    Autumn Gust Well-Known Member

    :laugh:
  8. HollyGolightly
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    LOL - 3 happily - I can identify with that. I'm learning: happiness doesn't always mean the absence of unhappiness - sometimes there really is happy. We're both edgy people and I'm just glad I've found someone as willing to put up with me as I am him. Lots and lots of Jager, friend, among other things I dare not speak of.

    Also - That's not ADD... that's Saturday. :)
    yes, yes - that is Saturday!
  9. HollyGolightly
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    ew - they get bitter when overcooked.
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  10. Neesy
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    Neesy #1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side

    Andy calls green onions "sabies" - don't ask me why - sometimes I feel like I need a translator, even though he technically speaks English
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  11. Out of Order
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    Out of Order My Lips Are Hot!

    :D
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  12. skimom2
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    I heard it was 'beloved husband' (DH is more common, but continually referring to my 'damn husband' is such a negative thing--lol).
  13. Neesy
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    Neesy #1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side

    I like that one - better than calling someone else your "Ball and Chain" :facepalm:

    Now here is a couple who can laugh at themselves - this is what maturity brings (perhaps?)
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  14. skimom2
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    Heck yes! There's a whole 'nother language contained in The Look(s) :)
  15. skimom2
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    Or how about a parfait? Parfaits have layers. Everybody likes a nice parfait... ;)
  16. skimom2
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    I love this MB so much :)
  17. DiO'Bolic
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    DiO'Bolic Mr. Man

    In this digital new age I'm referred to as a iHusband (as in Idiot :()

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