Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by SALADIN, Dec 8, 2004.
To all the Jewish men and women on this forum and around the world.
Peace and blessings
Why just Jewish? Can't you wish ME Peace and Blessings too?
Just poking fun. Have a great holiday.
Saving that for Christmas
Thanks. Last night was a great first night of Chanukah. I am looking forward to the next 7 nights. I am proposing to my girlfriend on the last night of the festival.
Bad *** Panhandle.
We lit our candles last night and exchanged our first presents.
I got a really nice lookin wooden dreidel with brass inlays of the Gimmel, Shin, and all that. Found out it isnt weighted to spin though heh heh.
We also got some gelt imported from Israel. Tastes different than the stuff we buy here in the states. It is pretty damn good.
OK. Lesson #1. Never propose to a woman on a holiday. Ever. For two reason. If she says no, then that holiday will serve as a reminder forever and you are scared for life. IF she says yes, yu have to buy her a present for the holiday and then another one the same day just to prove that you are not an insensitive boob by not forgetting the single most important day in your life. So pick a non descript day with at least 2 months between major gift giving holidays.
Lesson #2. IF you should be successfull with your proposal. Put the seat down. Trust me, it save alot of arguing and after about two years of traing it becomes second nature.
Naturally I'm just kidding. Good luck and Happy Chanukah.
Hey bud i wish you luck with the proposal. Big step in both of your lives that is for sure. Remember to put the seat down LIKE CAJUNCOWBOY said and remember that whatever she says or does it is always right and here is the biggie....Never Ever...Say she looks fat in any type of clothing even if the flab or whatever is hanging out at any angle you view her at. Just say you look beautiful honey and move on. You will live a lot longer.
No way this thread gets moved after a few hours if it was titled Merry Christmas.
Who amongst us and what we believe is more important than the next?
Just trying to bring us together.
I solved that toilet seat thing a long time ago.......It's called two bathrooms
Ok..always leave the seat down and always tell her she looks beautiful no matter what. I think I got it. Well I hope I can train myself of that. I have already trained her in one of the most important aspects. She is from Seattle but now she is a Boys fan. Last Monday night was great, I was able to rub the win in her Seahawk fan parent's faces.
Lesson 3 - never rub anything into the in laws face - you'll end up clearing a place in the dog house for sleep overs with rover.
Lesson 4 - not only remember to put the toilet seat down... remember that toilet paper goes in the holder to roll under, not over.
Good luck on the proposal. I wish the very best for you and your chosen.
Only obsessive people worry about which way the TP goes.
Screw that I don't care how it is as long as it is close LOL.
Yes the bathroom thing is best served by having two.
Because no matter how well the guy is trained with the seat and stuff...the wife will always leave the curling iron in the way and other girl stuff.
See it is ok for the men to be trained...but it is a different animal with women in the bathroom area.
Good luck guy and hoping the best for you and your misses...hope you have a long and great marriage.
The curling iron belongs on the edge of the sink. Its a part of the bathroom decor along w/ the blow dyer and moisterizing creams. The toilet seat goes down and make-up and other female items belong where ever we put them. The house may be the "mans castle" but the bathrooms belong to us.
Yes...that is why I use the half-bathroom except when I need to shower lol.
I have two full bathrooms. She has the master bathroom and I have the other except when company is staying with us.
Oh and we also have two computers, two cars, two dogs.....anyone see the pattern
Sounds like y'all have "his" and "hers" down to a science... Sounds like a happy union