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Re: A Question for the Ladies!


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Posted by Maggie/TX on February 14, 2003 at 10:07:44 from (205.188.208.134):

In Reply to: A Question for the Ladies! posted by Dave Olson Illinois on February 14, 2003 at 07:14:46:

Dave, tell your wife that (if you can afford this "habit") there are a lot worse habits you could have. You could be an alcoholic or a gambler, in which case you'd just be throwing your money away down the drain. You could be a golfer, in which case you'd be gone most of the time on the links. You could be a boat enthusiast, in which case you'd be gone all the time out on the boat and she'd have to wonder if you were really out on the boat and alone, know what I mean? Your hobby keeps you working on the tractors right there when she can keep an eye on you and you can sell the tractors for a profit later, which is a good thing. Also, you are right there handy when your wife wants to hand you the latest "Honey Do" list. :)


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