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Old 09-07-2012, 12:09 AM   #41
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Women have no idea what pain is.
and the WW will also argue the point, not only from a birthing point of view, but considering the emotional pain living with you know who.
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Old 09-07-2012, 12:23 AM   #42
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and the WW will also argue the point, not only from a birthing point of view, but considering the emotional pain living with you know who.
Must be near unbearable.
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Chris, I'd normally say that you're an "accident waiting to happen", but it seems like most of them have already. I can understand most of what you listed, but I'm still trying to figure out the fishing lure in the nose. Could you demonstrate this for us with pics?

Well, that particular one( there were 2) was inflicted by my older brother who was casting a huge lure with 3 treble hooks on it. I just happened to walk behind him at the time, it hurt. The second one was self inflicted while fly fishing and I cannot explain that one, it did not hurt so bad as it was a tiny little single hook. As too pics, I don't think cameras were invented yet
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Try living with colitus it really sucks,
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Try living with colitus it really sucks,
A friend of mine had that many moons ago. I hear it was a pain in the butt.

For him it was stress related, so with medication and stress management, he got over it.
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and the WW will also argue the point, not only from a birthing point of view, but considering the emotional pain living with you know who.
"the birthing thing" has been thrown in mans face ever since the cavewomen realized it gave them an excuse to not hunt mammoths, and were able to stay in the cave and make cookies instead.
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Try living with colitus it really sucks,
I had to google it. Don't sound very fun.
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"the birthing thing" has been thrown in mans face ever since the cavewomen realized it gave them an excuse to not hunt mammoths, and were able to stay in the cave and make cookies instead.

When did you take the vow of celibacy ?
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When did you take the vow of celibacy ?
When I said "I do"
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I learned a long time ago that it's ok to start chauvinistic pig, as long as Mr. Romantic is warming up in the bullpen.
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After nearly 38 years of marriage now somebody shares that helpful tip.
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Tips on Lovin by Steve Richards!

If I have another headache like this today I might have say no to the lady...

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If I have another headache like this today I might have say no to the lady...

Jeeze, the way things have been going lately here at PT that could end up as a new sub-forum.
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I learned a long time ago that it's ok to start chauvinistic pig, as long as Mr. Romantic is warming up in the bullpen.
A neighbor?
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I'm busy tonight. Any way I pitched four innings of relief LAST night and need a rest. ya know I ain't 18 any more
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DAMN, wouldn't it be great to live life as a Hollywood picture show & call in a stunt double on those days when the mere THOUGHT of getting up hurts.
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I'm busy tonight. Any way I pitched four innings of relief LAST night and need a rest. ya know I ain't 18 any more
Just glad to hear you weren't catching.
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Have any of you developed hypersensitivity to certain types of products as a result of overexposure for too many decades? There are a couple that I have to avoid. I'm not talking about the "oh yeah, this or that gives me a headache", but rather that more violent level of human physiology saying "yah, all set with that one." Its important not to ignore that.
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