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Valentines

  • bluteau 13.02.06, 15:02
    You'd have to ask my husband smile Probably nothing sad
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 16:36
    Not a bad idea. It's not a lack of bad intentions, it's just that my hubby has
    exams right now...
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 16:42
    >Hope he passes them! smile)

    Thanks! Me too, it's killing him almost...
  • mwanginjagi 13.02.06, 19:40
    bluteau napisała:

    > >Hope he passes them! smile)
    >
    > Thanks! Me too, it's killing him almost...


    Common now, Ms Bluteau, your beau isn't exempted from his Marital
    responsibilities just because he has some exams... he needs to do something or
    give him the boot!!!
  • russh 13.02.06, 17:32
    So why don't you take the initiative?
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 17:50
    You should have read my further post - I wrote that it isn't due to bad
    intentions on the part of my husband, but on the fact that he has exams now. He
    can't afford to make breaks, Valentine's no exeption. I can live with it
  • russh 13.02.06, 17:54
    I read it later, as you suggested. I'd still try and do something for him, especially as he's under pressure re
    the exams. What about a special meal indoors, and the special nightie - you know, the barbie one!
  • nasza_maggie 13.02.06, 17:55
    barbie?!??!?!?!??!?!

    I sugesst she buy HIM something special - like those elephant g-strings, you
    know, for a laugh! smile)))))))))))
    --
    %%8 7 9 1%%
    On Her Majesty's Service
  • russh 13.02.06, 18:02
    > I sugesst she buy HIM something special - like those elephant g-strings, you
    > know, for a laugh! smile))))))))))

    If it was for me, it would be a laugh! Elephant, I should be so lucky. Good idea though to start the balls
    rolling (figuratively speaking of course).
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 18:02
    > I sugesst she buy HIM something special - like those elephant g-strings, you
    > know, for a laugh! smile)))))))))))

    Ha! Ha! But then again, I think we'd laugh ourselves to sleep rather than do the
    other thing wink

    I think the Barbie nighty might have the same effect...
  • ianek70 13.02.06, 18:34
    Can you not just get the handcuffs and feathery things out the cupboard and buy
    some nutella and a small teddy like normal people?
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 18:37
    Naw, we did that last week...
  • mwanginjagi 13.02.06, 19:37
    bluteau napisała:

    > You'd have to ask my husband smile Probably nothing sad

    As the Polish saying goes "Jak Maz nie moze, Pociag pomoze!!"
  • bluteau 13.02.06, 20:39
    My sex life is fine, thanks. You should have read my later post where I
    explained why we probably won't be doing anything tomorrow.
  • mwanginjagi 13.02.06, 21:42
    Bluteau,

    You've brought up a very intricate topic..I guess very much related to
    valentines... so, I don't mean to invade your privacy, but could you elaborate
    what you meant by your sex life being fine... and if lovemaking will or is part
    of valentines ritual?
    You can choose to take this question rhetorically, but would love to hear your
    viewpoint... at your own discretion, Ms

    Pozdrawiam
    /Mwangi
  • bluteau 14.02.06, 07:24
    Well, I didn't mean too much by my comment other than there's no need for anyone
    here to give me tips on how to attract my husband's attention on Valentines smile
    That' all. For the record, since you enquired, my sex life in general is working
    out fine; not only on Valentines...
  • bartis_ervin 14.02.06, 13:11

    After this inquiry about your sexual life I will change the topicsmile

    Did you manage to find a babysitter?

    Ervin

    Thebartiski.blogspot.com
  • bluteau 14.02.06, 14:05
    Now that's digging up an old topic! Unless of course you're only asking if we've
    managed to get a baysitter for this evening smile

    As a matter of fact, my kids are going to their Babcia's this evening and will
    be spending the rest of the week there. My mother-in-law is also our babysitter
    (but I'm considering changing that).
    My son has unfortunately fallen ill sad He has a fever and an upset stomach, so
    I'm a little worried about packing him off for the week. Have no choice though.

    And what will you be doing this evening, Ervin?
  • bartis_ervin 16.02.06, 20:07

    Yes, it is an old topic I just remembered.

    In Eastern Europe we started to have Valentines only after 1990, so I am not
    really keeping it. It's great that my wife thinks the samesmile
    She gets flowers before and after just to compensate that exactly on the 14th
    she won't get.

    14th wasn't much fun because I had to work long..

    I hope that your son is ok by now!

    I think next weekend we'll be in the beautiful Poznansmile

    Ervin

    Thebartiski.blogspot.com
  • mwanginjagi 14.02.06, 03:49
    Maggie,

    LOL.. you can be sure to get one from me... I like your style

    PS. Any more persons sending valentine ecards to maggie?

    Pozdrawiam
    /Mwangi
  • nasza_maggie 14.02.06, 12:04
    yes, plenty more persons mwangsmile
    thanks for my cards!!!


    YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE! smile
    --
    %%8 7 9 1%%
    On Her Majesty's Service
  • ianek70 14.02.06, 14:12
    nasza_maggie napisała:

    > what are you all doing then?

    I'll be trying to decide what to write on the card.
  • flickywicky 14.02.06, 15:04
    Sitting in front of my computer, of course. How boring...
    --
    Flickywicky's gonna getcha!
  • ianek70 15.02.06, 12:23
    nasza_maggie napisała:

    > Ian,
    > make alimerick up, that always works.

    Yeah, but what rhymes with "misiu"?

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