A secret about men and relationships.


Finder
#1
Yup I think this movie explains us pretty well. Watch it all

www.break.com/movies/soupthreegirls.html (external - login to view)


hehehe this is what men do, think, and often do. lmao

 
Said1
#2
Ew, nasty. Pea soup is gross.

But yeah, all men take pictures of women before their body is ruined by childbirth. Suuuuuurrrrrrreeeeee, in your dreams bub. Not to mention the rest of it hahahahahahaha....dreeeaaammm, dream, dream, dream - as if.
 
Finder
#3
Well didn't you catch the whole part where the guy said "I love you" to all three chicks in the same night and "ment it"
 
Said1
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Finder

Well didn't you catch the whole part where the guy said "I love you" to all three chicks in the same night and "ment it"

Yes I did. And he seemed very sincere. Sounds like a good story for Penthouse Forums "after doing them all, I said I love you to all three, and ment it"
 
darkbeaver
#5
I can't see the moving pictures damnit. Womens bodys are not ruined by childbirth thier bodys are enhanced by it IMO. If they go right back to work after the birth they recover firmness and tautness and perkyness and oooohoohoohoho.Anyway I made my first wife do the firewood and snow shoveling with the newborn on her back, the fresh air and exercise was just the thing, a few hours of housework in the evenings also contributed greatly to her health and figure. She was a good one. Wonder where she went? Doing something with three chicks who he said he loved and peasoup, I've got to get broadband.
 
fuzzylogix
#6
Beaver, you make me crack up.
 
Daz_Hockey
#7
ah class, I know someone who parades pictures of his g/f's breasts to everyone, weird fella............not quite as weird as another one who "doesnt like to be touched after his orgasm", jeez he makes me laugh with his tales of getting out of each situation quicker than water off teflon lol
 
Toro
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver

Anyway I made my first wife do the firewood and snow shoveling with the newborn on her back, the fresh air and exercise was just the thing, a few hours of housework in the evenings also contributed greatly to her health and figure.

I hope she brought you beer while you were on the couch watching sports on the way out to do her chores.
 
fuzzylogix
#9
Toro! Of course not!!!

She would not be doing her chores while Beaver was watching sports!!!! What if he needed a second beer! No, she is in the kitchen waiting to serve him during such an important time. She waits to do her chores during a more convenient time, like when he is asleep, or when he has gone to the bar with his friends!!!!!

Geez- I hope YOUR wife understands these subtleties!!!!
 
Toro
#10
No, my wife is liberated.

I have to get my beer myself HALF the time!

The indignity of it all...
 
fuzzylogix
#11
Oh dear.......


No woman should treat her man that way. Next you'll be telling me she even drinks half of your beer.....
 
darkbeaver
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Toro

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver

Anyway I made my first wife do the firewood and snow shoveling with the newborn on her back, the fresh air and exercise was just the thing, a few hours of housework in the evenings also contributed greatly to her health and figure.

I hope she brought you beer while you were on the couch watching sports on the way out to do her chores.

We had a system, she would leave a sixpack and lunch stuff in a cooler close to the couch so when I got up at noon I didn't have to interrupt the work. She was smart like that. And she didn't use the chain saw till I was up for an hour or so and I got the headphones on.
 
fuzzylogix
#13
Beaver, you lucky man- you have a very considerate and well trained wife.

And she is a very lucky woman to have the privelege of serving such a great mind!
 
Said1
#14
This is the honest truth and I wouldn't have believed if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.

Anyway, back when my ex-husband used to work for a company that had the LCBO liquor contract for Ottawa and Northern Ontario, all the drivers had to unload the trailers themselves, when they arrived at each store - sometimes up to a thousand cases. This was true of everyone, except for one lucky man who's wife used to drive behind him, in a seperate vehicle so she could unload the trailor for him. She did this no matter where he was scheduled to go, North Bay, Timmins or city drops - rain, snow, sick and so on. She also sat beside him, every Friday while he drank his face off a the bar accross the street from the shop and never said boo. One time I saw her hand him a wade of bills which turned out to be his paycheck, she used to cash it for him and bring him the money too.

What a charmer, eh?
 
Finder
#15
My wife and I have an understanding that she does the laundry. I hate laundry.
 
fuzzylogix
#16
She's a smart woman. Let a man do the laundry and he becomes colour blind during sorting.
 
Finder
#17
I actually have a slight colour blindness. I can't always tell the difference between shades of colours. But I can see all the main ones. You know Red, Green, Yellow and so on. But ask me to tell you he difference between Lavander and red, or even alburn and red, or some messed up shade, I can't see it at all. Also shades of green and brown sometimes look alike to me.
 
fuzzylogix
#18
Have you ever actually tested yourself with those colour blind charts? It is actually amazing how many people are colour blind. We did it in school once and a pile of people couldn't see the numbers. You cant do certain jobs then, like be a pilot.
 
dekhqonbacha
#19
I cannot see the movie.
do you?
 
Finder
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by fuzzylogix

Have you ever actually tested yourself with those colour blind charts? It is actually amazing how many people are colour blind. We did it in school once and a pile of people couldn't see the numbers. You cant do certain jobs then, like be a pilot.

Yeah with a doc when I was younger and then aain when I was entering the military I was tested and was told out of the hundreds of jobs there was 3 which I could not do. Aumo, sinals and something else
 

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