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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by PMZQ, Nov 22, 2008.
We're not talking "bad" but just "mean" in the sense of fun or funny ?
That made me realize that I've been way too nice to this point
Probably just hosing her down in the kitchen with the sprayer from the kitchen sink.
The satute of limitations isn't up yet...so I am not copping to nothing!
Called my husband on April Fool's Day and told him I had been in a car accident and our daughter (who was a toddler at the time) was injured. I know, I know...that's just plain sick!
Hey, I didn't say I was proud of it...certainly not one of my finer moments.
Well that's good. There's certainly a lot of things I'm not proud of. I still did them though - that is for me.
Way too many to list. I live to be mean to her.
Nahhhhhhh, don't believe it you're a good guy
hence why you aren't married.
Hence why your not married.
Misery loves company, therefore that's all the meanness I need to give her.
This made me laugh. Its something that I could see me doing.
I admit I have a sick sense of humor!
I told my wife(before we got married) that I hate football. HAHAHAHA the look on her face was priceless when that first Sunday-after our honeymoon in september- she got herself all dolled up to go shopping and there I was on the couch with a sixpack- patiently awaiting 1:00 pm kickoff. I was in my drawers scratching places that had no business being itchy in the first place.
Obviously I`m only kidding.
how do you know? besides, i don't WANT to be. been with my dude for damn near 5 years...if i had wanted to be married right now, i would be. sucks for your joke.
And. Quite the looker (I glanced at your profile)
When I met my ex-wife she was a devoute deadhead. She had a huge collection of bootlegs on cassette tapes over a thousand live shows. When we were in the process of our divorce it was kinda like that movie "war of the roses". Anyhow while she wasnt home I put all her tapes in the bathetub and filled the tub up water, so they were all bobbing around in the tub. I did say a word to her when she came home and I just watched as she went into the bathroom. She came flying out with a priceless expression on her face that I still laugh about to this day. You have to keep in mind this before the internet was so popular and music was so easily exchanged. She had countless hours invested in making her collection and was very proud of it. It was a real stinger.
Aww, that's sweet! Thanks!
That is hilarious!!!
Lol take it easy, I was just kidding. Sorry. I'm sure if you wanted to be married right now, you could be. Your a nice girl, even though I'm quite scared now to say anything to you.
I prank called her at work (she was a clerk in a florist at the time), affecting a ... "mentally challenged" person's voice sating stuff like "I like flowers ... flowers are pretty." What I didn't know was she was in the process of taking her first funeral order.
If my wife had ever done that to me I would have thrown her out on the spot. Never to return, ever. There is nothing even remotely funny about feigning injury to you and child.
How about you - what's your confession or are you just gathering ideas?
mmm...I think it was when I told her, "I don't love you all the time."
While it was mean, it was the truth, and has actually helped solidify our marriage after 20 years. Some days you love your spouse, some days you hate them more than anyone else in the world.
Some people have a different sense of humor then others.
I agree with the first half but not the second. I would say that some days they do seem like the biggest PITA in the world tho.
That's why it's called "April Fool's Day" and my husband married me knowing I have a diabolical sense of humor!
Well my wife aside my son who's 16 months old today is where my universe revolves and if I thought for a heartbeat that he was hurt I would be devastated and to be told that in jest would cause a rage that would be unparalleled. I can't speak to your relationship because you may have something different than what I can understand in the types of jokes you play on one another.
For me though it would be the greatest wrong she could do to me.
Holy **** it's a joke thread.
Well, I have two daughters, ages 8 and 10, and I gave up my career as a reporter to be a stay-at-home mom and I homeschool them. My kids ARE MY LIFE.
yall are messed up
People defended the joke so I merely stated how I would feel about the joke.
I didn't insult her for doing it. If she and her husband got a laugh out of it more power to her.
Didn't say you were bad for doing it - just said that I wouldn't have the sense of humor if it were done to me.
That's all - no harm no foul
For the record, my husband did not find it funny but can laugh about it today. If you look back in the earlier posts I did say that I wasn't proud of it!