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#21
Nov 14, 2012
 
j_m_w wrote:
L1: I actually like Amy's answer.
L2: Do your "dream guy" a favor and dump him so he can be with someone who deserves and appreciates him.
L3: That's the worst idea ever.
ITA.(Now that was easy.)

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Nov 14, 2012
 

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edogxxx wrote:
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Yes, that's "our" term, they need to find their own.
That's YOUR opinion. You're not even married. I"m completely okay with gay men using the word "husband" and women using the word "wife." Straights can use "spouse" if they get so annoyed with The Gays.
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Nov 14, 2012
 
edogxxx wrote:
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Exactly! And "santorum" was just a guys name!
Queer meant odd.

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Kuuipo wrote:
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Queer meant odd.
And "fruit" meant apple!

“It made sense at the time....”

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#26
Nov 14, 2012
 
LW2 - i got cornered in my parent;s kitchen after an evening of him being on edge... at that point i was nearly at the point of yelling at him "WTF, it was YOUR idea to go out tonight [which was a nigth taht we didn't usually go out] so kwitcherbichen".

then, he popped hte question and a lot of it made more sense. it was the weekend my grandfather turned 90 and my aunt & uncle were in town, explaining the odd choice of date night.

we looked around for rings, and ended up having one custom made, a little of htis one, a little of that one. i didn't see the end result until he proposed...

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#27
Nov 14, 2012
 
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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That's YOUR opinion. You're not even married. I"m completely okay with gay men using the word "husband" and women using the word "wife." Straights can use "spouse" if they get so annoyed with The Gays.
I second that motion. My gay bud laughs about his husband like I do SalukiWife. It was a tad different at first, but it's a modern, more gay-friendly world now (and rightly so).

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Nov 14, 2012
 
Saluki Rod wrote:
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I second that motion. My gay bud laughs about his husband like I do SalukiWife. It was a tad different at first, but it's a modern, more gay-friendly world now (and rightly so).
Hey, probably the gay-friendliest person here after Moon, and I'll admit that it took me a while to wrap my head around gay people using the terms "husband" and "wife." I just wasn't used to it.

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I really dont care what they call each other. Fred and Barney, Wilma and Betty, whatever.
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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Hey, probably the gay-friendliest person here after Moon, and I'll admit that it took me a while to wrap my head around gay people using the terms "husband" and "wife." I just wasn't used to it.

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#30
Nov 14, 2012
 
RACE wrote:
I really dont care what they call each other. Fred and Barney, Wilma and Betty, whatever.
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Exactly.
Julie

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#31
Nov 15, 2012
 
LW1: "We were told that if we got the cats, she would not come over to the house for a visit." Get the cats. Problem solved.

"Now the latest ultimatum is that if I invite any of my family over for dinner on Christmas, she will not come." Invite your family. Problem solved.

Your wife needs to "man up," so to speak, and recognize that her mother is a vicious, manipulating, controlling btch. Kick her to the curb.
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#32
Nov 15, 2012
 
Julie wrote:
LW1: "We were told that if we got the cats, she would not come over to the house for a visit." Get the cats. Problem solved.
"Now the latest ultimatum is that if I invite any of my family over for dinner on Christmas, she will not come." Invite your family. Problem solved.
Your wife needs to "man up," so to speak, and recognize that her mother is a vicious, manipulating, controlling btch. Kick her to the curb.
My mother drives me nuts and has for years. She is afraid of cats. I have had a cat since 1970. She visits but does not stay long
Julie

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#33
Nov 16, 2012
 
Like i said: problem solved. Glad it works for you, PE :-)
PEllen

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#34
Nov 16, 2012
 
Julie wrote:
Like i said: problem solved. Glad it works for you, PE :-)
Once she got up the nerve to touch the forehead of our 16 lb Siamese male. She was very concerned that we should take him to the vet for his asthma.
WTH? He was purring.

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