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  • rrbob
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    Why is it women are so complicated and have all these ways of confusing us when guys just want to........................well you know what guys want!

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  • CSXRailgirl
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    I realize this post is old, but I am new to this board, and apparently one of just a few women on it.
    Since most of the posts here are by men.
    "Are you sure you want to do that" is your wifes polite way of giving you an opportunity to take a path that will not result in her using language like "I told you so" and you looking like a tard. She is just trying to save you from yourself. She does not actually think you will choose this option, but because she loves you she still feels compelled to make the offer.
    Bingo on the "I am fine" no she is not fine, but pestering her may not work. What "I am fine" really means is "I am so F-IN pissed at you right now I can not speak" or the more distressing "I am fine" means "I am upset at something but I don't really know what it means right now"
    So how do you tell the difference? If said through gritty teeth, squinted eyes and clenched fists, you are probably looking at choice A. The appropriate response is "I am sorry I upset you, please talk to me about it when you are ready.
    If said with a down turned head, slumped shoulders and a pouty face you are probably looking at choice B. The approriate respose is "Honey I know you are not fine, but you are beautiful and I will be hear to listen when you are ready to talk"
    This should keep you guys out of a lot of trouble.
    Othere interesting girl phrases:
    "No you don't have to get me anything for christmas/valentines/bday etc" - This is usually said when the couple is short on cash and it is a BALDFACED LIE! If you do not get her at least a card and some CVS chocolates you are in big trouble.
    "We need to talk" - this is usually said when she has been trying to start a conversation for 3 weeks and you haven't paid a bit of attention to her. She knows this phrase will freeze you like a deer in the headlights and hold you still long enough to plead her case. It isn't always as bad as you think it will be.
    "Can you do me a favor" - just say yes, this isn't really a question.

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  • The Queen
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    windows are not meant to be licked
    Last edited by The Queen; 11-30-2011, 09:59 PM.

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  • BadOrderKing
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    When my wife asks if I think what I'm doing is a good idea it tells me she lack confidence in my ability. Naturally I have to prove her wrong. When I fail, I know she is there to lick my wounds.

    Not windows, mwr!

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  • jonnyseeandoh
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    Regarding my potato gun projects or whatever it is, my goil just says "be careful"
    And we always talk before we get to the "We need to talk" stage. Of course I know what she won't tolerate and I don't go there, and vice versa.

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  • jetboater
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    MWR, what that means is enjoy the moment, offer to let her christen whatever contraption you are working on. Cause you are probably not gonna like what she does next..

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  • Railroader J
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    Originally posted by memphis2857 View Post
    EVERY WORD OUT OF YOUR WIFES MOUTH MEANS SOMETHING ELSE!!!!
    And with every word out of my mouth, I'm digging that hole just a little bit deeper.

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  • BadOrderKing
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    Originally posted by AllBlack View Post
    In 2nd place are the words:

    "We need to talk"
    All very good points, but I believe this should have actually topped the list. "We need to talk" means there is still a chance that an expensive present will fix things and on the off chance she wanted to talk about something good, you just scored a shit load of extra points by buying something.

    The "No, I'm fine" comment is usually an indication that her mind is made up and she is just waiting on the right moment to spring the bad news on you. Not the right moment for you, but for her.

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  • memphis2857
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    EVERY WORD OUT OF YOUR WIFES MOUTH MEANS SOMETHING ELSE!!!!

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  • Railroader J
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    Originally posted by BadOrderKing View Post
    <WARNING>



    The words, "No, I'm fine" are the most dangerous three words ever uttered from a woman's mouth. If you hear them from your lady, RUN to the store and buy something very expensive and hope it's not already too late.
    Yea but once she has said those words, you've already screwed up. The gift thing dont work with mine. She thinks if I buy her something that I've "done something"

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  • AllBlack
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    Originally posted by BadOrderKing View Post
    <WARNING>



    The words, "No, I'm fine" are the most dangerous three words ever uttered from a woman's mouth. If you hear them from your lady, RUN to the store and buy something very expensive and hope it's not already too late.
    In 2nd place are the words:

    "We need to talk"

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  • nsrlink
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    Originally posted by MidwestRail View Post
    If I am "being like a guy", you know, horsing around, building something dangerous (Like a potato gun) or just doing things that guys do........ when my wife approaches and says something like "do you really think that is a good idea?" Is that a woman's way of saying stop what you are doing? Are there any other coded phrases that I should look out for that my wife may pass along to me during my tenure on this flying planet called earth?
    Originally posted by BadOrderKing View Post
    <WARNING>

    The words, "No, I'm fine" are the most dangerous three words ever uttered from a woman's mouth. If you hear them from your lady, RUN to the store and buy something very expensive and hope it's not already too late.

    This should be good
    Where you at Rico??

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  • BadOrderKing
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    <WARNING>


    The words, "No, I'm fine" are the most dangerous three words ever uttered from a woman's mouth. If you hear them from your lady, RUN to the store and buy something very expensive and hope it's not already too late.

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  • MidwestRail
    started a topic Yoo Hoo, Ladies,, a question

    Yoo Hoo, Ladies,, a question

    If I am "being like a guy", you know, horsing around, building something dangerous (Like a potato gun) or just doing things that guys do........ when my wife approaches and says something like "do you really think that is a good idea?" Is that a woman's way of saying stop what you are doing? Are there any other coded phrases that I should look out for that my wife may pass along to me during my tenure on this flying planet called earth?
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