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Unread May 5th, 2006, 09:37 PM   #21 (permalink)
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You also know your getting old when three in a bed seems way too crowded.
just as the 20 year old bi-sexual nurse made me feel better, Kings goes and makes me feel old again.

[just tell yourself, "there's no girls like twins, there's no girls like twins"]
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Unread May 5th, 2006, 10:53 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Trance will keep you young.
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Unread May 5th, 2006, 11:01 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Trance will keep you young.
unfortunately, i think techno already made me old...
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Unread May 6th, 2006, 12:21 AM   #24 (permalink)
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LOL

Hey, I just had a kidney stone the size of a marble removed and felt like crud. Slipped the headphones on and I was feeling great in no time.
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Unread May 6th, 2006, 12:24 AM   #25 (permalink)
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yikes! good job you didn't have to pass that the old fashioned way...
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I check for ring first as well. It used to save me money, now I check mainly to avoid the 300 lb gorilla she might have lurking around the corner or just behind her in line. The nicer the car in the garage is, the meaner the dog in the backyard will be.
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I made a terrible realisation last night:

every cute girl i have checked out for months, or possibly longer, the first thing i've looked at is not hair, face, legs, tits, etc.. but

her left hand. specifically, is there the dreaded ring.

if that's not proof i'm getting old, i don't know what is...
You're not getting old.. just wiser..

I did the same thing on my ride home from school the other night. Saw this cutey and was thinking, yeah, she's nice. Then, WHOA.. brick wall on her finger cuts me short.
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Unread Jun 8th, 2006, 09:18 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I fail to see why a ring on the finger would mean I need to avoid them.
As in, if a ring doesn't stop them from talking to me, why couldn't I conversate with them.
Should I really avoid a woman for fear of a Jealous husband?
If a ring doesn't stop a wife, why should it stop me?
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Unread Jun 8th, 2006, 09:49 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I talk to married women all the time. I'm 31 and I'm not old. As a matter of fact, I'm in better shape now than when I was 18 and I look 10 years younger than I am. The whole getting old thing is mental. It's all in your head. To stay young, you got to keep your mind young, strong and stress free. I never said it was easy got you got to try.
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I fail to see why a ring on the finger would mean I need to avoid them.
As in, if a ring doesn't stop them from talking to me, why couldn't I conversate with them.
Should I really avoid a woman for fear of a Jealous husband?
If a ring doesn't stop a wife, why should it stop me?
Quoted for truth.
Married people are still...PEOPLE. If they don't want to interact with other people, possibly single people, they shouldn't be out in public.
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they shouldn't be out in public.
lock 'em all away! 't should be a crime to be so spoken for!
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oh man i do that all the time.

dangit im not ready to be old yet
you can't be old as long as you're still fightin' - just as long as you guarantee to all of us you'll be one of those oldtimers who's just "piss 'n' vinegar" and behaves exactly as they will, damn everyone else to hell
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dangit im not ready to be old yet
Me neither. I hope my midlfe crisis comes after I'm about 100 years old. (when I'm dead )
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Well actually you know you're getting old when ...
the birthday candles cost more than the birthday cake itself!

I don't think this is the case for you...so smile...u're still young!
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Well actually you know you're getting old when ...
the birthday candles cost more than the birthday cake itself!
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Well You're getting old when You don't know that You have male/female genital organs
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I do the same thing around the office and I am young, haha, just a way of seeing if they are available
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I made a terrible realisation last night:

every cute girl i have checked out for months, or possibly longer, the first thing i've looked at is not hair, face, legs, tits, etc.. but

her left hand. specifically, is there the dreaded ring.

if that's not proof i'm getting old, i don't know what is...

Hun checking out the left hand for a ring or at least a sun tan mark isnt really a good indication.

I'm married but choose not to wear a ring - had one in the beginning but couldnt stand the fact that people saw me in a different light. Stopped wearing it 6 months into the marriage.
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i know a few girls who have lost wedding rings and never been too fussed. i know two who are buying new ones, one because she never liked the opriginal and one just because she is bored with the old one.

to me that all seems so wrong.

if you're getting married and recieve a ring then you should treasure it as much as you treasure your marriage - after all, it is a representation of the bond you supposedly share.

i don't see it as essential to wear it on one finger - a chain round the neck, keep it in a treasured spot or simply a safe place seems ok to me, but to lose it, say you don't like it or are bored with it??!!!

i would be thoroughly insulted and hurt if i was married and my lass treated a wedding ring so carelessly as to think it was so disposable.
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Unread Jul 28th, 2006, 06:38 AM   #39 (permalink)
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i know a few girls who have lost wedding rings and never been too fussed. i know two who are buying new ones, one because she never liked the opriginal and one just because she is bored with the old one.

to me that all seems so wrong.

if you're getting married and recieve a ring then you should treasure it as much as you treasure your marriage - after all, it is a representation of the bond you supposedly share.

i don't see it as essential to wear it on one finger - a chain round the neck, keep it in a treasured spot or simply a safe place seems ok to me, but to lose it, say you don't like it or are bored with it??!!!

i would be thoroughly insulted and hurt if i was married and my lass treated a wedding ring so carelessly as to think it was so disposable.
The difference is sweetie, some guys dont treat their partners as well as you would and marriage often just occurs in a relationship because it is expected to.

When you find your true soul mate she is gonna be the luckiest girl on the planet - I hope you dont have to search for too long, you deserve to be sharing your life with somebody very special!!!!
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