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Old 07-18-2019, 09:40 AM   #1
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Wife heavy touch

Am I the only one that has a wife that can push light switches through the bracket that holds them. I am always having to put drawer 'pulls back on. have started to use a little j b weld to help. just wondering if it is just me
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Old 07-18-2019, 10:34 AM   #2
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I would do all I could not to piss her off, lol lol lol.
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Old 07-18-2019, 10:39 AM   #3
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Old 07-18-2019, 10:45 AM   #4
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Feeding her so much spinach! AAARRDEERR

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Old 07-18-2019, 10:46 AM   #5
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Approach with caution

I just say can you please take it a little easy. got to get to work on door knobs thanks
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My wife isn't like that so much but my daughter is. She beats cars to death. When I mention to her that she should maybe take it easy over pot holes her answer is "The car ought to be able to take it". I just shake my head and walk away. Good thing her husband is a licensed mechanic or they would never have running car. I really don't know the solution other than to have a talk with her. Maybe tell her, right before you are to go to something that she really likes, sorry honey I can't go because I have fix the RV's _______ (insert the latest thing she broke here). Good luck it's a tough one, it's tough to get them to change when they're 29 years old.
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Good luck it's a tough one, it's tough to get them to change when they're 29 years old.
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Subconscious passive/aggressive anger is often expressed in these subtle/not so subtle ways...If I were you I'd tread lightly and see if you can find out what the real problem is...perhaps a new Class A?
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Tell her to fix the next one herself then run. (be sure you take the keys with you)
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I've broken the door springs on our dish washer and wall mounted microwave. I have a bad habit of rough handling doors. My wife, to her credit, has never snipped at me for doing so, even after the last repair bill to microwave was kinda pricey. I'm trying to not do that in RV but it is a lifelong habit.
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At least she didnít total two RVs at the Tiffin campground in Red Bay like I say in another post.
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"gutsgolf"......My neighbor and fellow camper have this discussion quite often.
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Y'all are walking a "thin line" with this conversation!:
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