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Old 12-09-2011, 06:25 PM   #15
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OK guys, who here wants me to introduce my DW to his DW? I should explain that my DW has a black belt in shopping; nuff said?
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Old 12-09-2011, 06:52 PM   #16
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How cute is THAT???
I want one too

I love shopping at Lowe's too they have lots of neat stuff
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Old 12-09-2011, 07:35 PM   #17
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My DW loves Lowes. That is why I proposed. She can sped as long as she wants at CW, Lowes or Gander mountain. There are wise places to shop and I don't mind dreaming with her. Camping is our passion with the kids and once the leave we plan to upgrade and go full time. Try to enjoy it and be thankful you both have a common passion.
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Old 12-09-2011, 07:38 PM   #18
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Lowes is like a candy store for me. Being single, I can spend whatever I want on whatever I want.
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Lowes is like a candy store for me. Being single, I can spend whatever I want on whatever I want.
Not seeing the logic. I'm married and I also "can spend whatever I want on whatever I want."
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:09 PM   #20
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Now one my husband has to drag me out kicking and screaming is Bass Pro Shops. We don't have one near us so when I get in one, I am there for awhile. I also spend what I want SarahW. Too much usually. lol
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Now one my husband has to drag me out kicking and screaming is Bass Pro Shops. We don't have one near us so when I get in one, I am there for awhile. I also spend what I want SarahW. Too much usually. lol
Hey, somebody has to get this economy kick-started!!
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:36 PM   #22
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I told the DW that she can decorate the inside, but I get to choose the outside.

That way we should be able to avoid inconsistant taste conflicts.

Now, I'm thinking this bad boy is really cute:


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We are new to RVs, but have done bikes for awhile. I am proud to.be married to a woman who is a vet and prefers Chrome to jewelry. Just remember, while some guys are trying to justify some desperately needed upgrade for the RV, you will have what amounts to a kitchen pass.
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I enjoy it when the DW is involved with the RV. I spend at least 6 months on the road away form home each year for work, if shopping for cute things is what she wants to do I'm just happy for the time together. That said I go to Lowes alone.
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The MH is pretty much like the house, she does the inside stuff and I do the outside stuff.
Except our cars, she has her own car, a PT Cruiser convertible I gave her for Christmas a couple of years ago. She does inside (big jewel thing on rear view mirror, etc) and outside (some girlie stickers on back window, rinestone license plate frame, etc) on her car, which is sometimes a problem when I drive it.
Like in the nice weather when I put the top down and am taking our little white dog to the groomers, I am tempted to get a sign that says, "I'm not gay, this is my wife's car!".
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The MH is pretty much like the house, she does the inside stuff and I do the outside stuff.
Except our cars, she has her own car, a PT Cruiser convertible I gave her for Christmas a couple of years ago. She does inside (big jewel thing on rear view mirror, etc) and outside (some girlie stickers on back window, rinestone license plate frame, etc) on her car, which is sometimes a problem when I drive it.
Like in the nice weather when I put the top down and am taking our little white dog to the groomers, I am tempted to get a sign that says, "I'm not gay, this is my wife's car!".
Not necessary. Other guys just know when we see such a spectacle that the guy is driving the wife's car.
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Danger Danger.....never never never take your DW to Lowes or Home Depot only because that "Honey Do List" grows and grows.....
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I told the DW that she can decorate the inside, but I get to choose the outside.

That way we should be able to avoid inconsistant taste conflicts.

Now, I'm thinking this bad boy is really cute:


I had to put my foot down on this !!! The wife just started crocheting again,,,, No No No !!!!!!
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