Published Jun 11, 2004
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teeituptom, BSN, RN
Could you please teach my bf to do that tom, I had hi almost trained he went to his dads house for x mas an now he won't put the freaking seat down even if I say put it down before he goesin:uhoh21:
My wife learned how to train me early on
If I ever piss her off, she buys jewelry
I aint talking walmart or service merchandise either
she likes Zales, The Diamond Exchange and a few others.
After 30 yrs now, you have any Idea how much jewelry she has
and do you think its enough
enough per her is wanting just a lil bit more
My wife learned how to train me early onIf I ever piss her off, she buys jewelryI aint talking walmart or service merchandise eithershe likes Zales, The Diamond Exchange and a few others.After 30 yrs now, you have any Idea how much jewelry she hasand do you think its enoughIt isntenough per her is wanting just a lil bit more
I'm sure you help her out just fine by pissing her off, huh Tom!!! :rotfl:
Some women are never satisfied and need just a little bit more, me I'm happy with the ring my bf gave me It says my beloved is mine and I am his and his says and I am hers an one I bought myself
Thats very cute
but you aint married yet, then the rules change
Spidey's mom, ADN, BSN, RN
I do not like jewelry much and hardly ever wear my wedding ring due to not wearing it at work. If I had extra money or wanted revenge for something my husband did that made me mad, I would never buy jewelry. Ick.
Now books, there you are talking! I love books.
Some rules will change I'll wear the engagement nd the wedding right but that's all I want I've never been interested in much jewelry it's a waste of money, now like stevielyn said books are another matter, I'd buy 100 dollars worth of books before I bought 100 dollars or more worth of jewelery.
And when someone does something to pisss you off an you go blow a ton of money to get back at them it's immature and does not help anything, now you've got a nice expensive thing what ever it is and less money for needed or wanted down road stuff.
You're mate pisses you off fume a while then try to work it out maturely with out buying tons of stuff out of anger to get back:uhoh3:
Some how I think you are missing the point and also making this thread no fun anymore.
Sorry if it's not fun any more it wasn't my meaning. I get irritated when people tell me what is or isn;t gonna happen like saying the rules of the relationship will change once I'm married, some will but most usualy won't like doing stuff to get back.
all though one time I cleaned the kitch with no help an next day he wanted to make saussage fro break an I said no since he didn't help the day before It put a stop to the unhelpfullness in kitch for a while
FranEMTnurse, CNA, LPN, EMT-I
Thats very cutebut you aint married yet, then the rules change
You are probably experiencing the newness of your relationship. Once you get married, and the honeymoon is over? Different story. Jump ahead about 10 years after you're married, and then come back and tell us if you feel the same.
We as humans, tire of things, including some relationships, because the lovely infatuous feelings have disappeared, and have been replaced with bills to pay, kids crying, fighting, screaming, getting sick, babies keep you up all kinds of hours, mostly during the night, and hubby gets out to get away from it all by going out with his buddies, or playing golf, etc. That's the picture of everyday life in a family.
Even though you believe your relationship is soo very different, (believe me, we have all been there) than anyone else's, and ya settle into the business of the monotony of everyday life, it will be different. Not trying to scare you, just trying to enlighten you.
yeah I can see it happening. The kids the bills just not enough freshness to keep reviving a relationship andI can see how the rose glow would wear off.
Yes I know from some other moms I'm not one myself their their little ones keep them hoping at night
I know you're not trying to scare me, just show me that often times after things become more serious n you marry the glow can wear off.
yeah I can see it happening. The kids the bills just not enough freshness to keep reviving a relationship andI can see how the rose glow would wear off.Yes I know from some other moms I'm not one myself their their little ones keep them hoping at nightI know you're not trying to scare me, just show me that often times after things become more serious n you marry the glow can wear off.
Ive been married 3 decades
raised 7 kids
and the glow hasnt worn off yet
she is still the cutest lil thang that I married long ago
and she is worth all the jewelry she has and more
she has a Bday coming in a few weeks
guess what she is getting
A necklace of tahitian pearls and diamonds
and its not from walmart or service merchandise I can tell you that.
she doesnt go for that cheap stuff
and whats enough but wanting a little bit more
Im the same way when it comes to my golf and skydiving
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