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Old 02-13-2013, 09:58 AM   #1
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Just asking.......

Food for thought - If a man speaks in the forest, and no woman hears him, is he still wrong?
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Conversely: If a woman speaks in the forest, and no man hears her, he is still wrong.
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The shortest version is often the best:

If a man speaks, he is wrong.

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Old 02-13-2013, 10:27 AM   #4
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:55 PM   #5
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Is this a 'just asking' thread? I've always wanted to ask...

Toilet paper, over? or under?

Toilet lid, up? or down? (not the seat, that is a matter of sex!)

Toothpaste lid, on? or off?

Dirty socks and underwear, on the floor? or in the laundry basket?

Empty beer cans, left on the table? or into the recycle bin on the way to the fridge for a fresh one?

Can't wait to hear more "just asking" questions!
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Just asking. "How come women complain about the toilet seat being up, but we men Never complain about the seat being down"?

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Is this a 'just asking' thread? I've always wanted to ask...
It is now. Good idea!


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Considering the placement of the toilet in the master bathroom in this bath and a half model.. I just wish SHE would close the lid on occasion.. (To answer the toilet question)

IF a man speaks in the forest weather he is right or wrong depends on who is listening. (of course) another man might just feel he is right.
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DW and I are both Aries and the TP has to be under....
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Is this a 'just asking' thread? I've always wanted to ask...

Toilet paper, over? or under?

Toilet lid, up? or down? (not the seat, that is a matter of sex!)

Toothpaste lid, on? or off?

Dirty socks and underwear, on the floor? or in the laundry basket?

Empty beer cans, left on the table? or into the recycle bin on the way to the fridge for a fresh one?

Can't wait to hear more "just asking" questions!
TP, over. (Norwegian)

Toilet seat down if ya got a dog.

Toothpaste lid: on (off=gross freekin

Dirty socks, etc: hamper if you are a wimp. Floor if you dont value your life.

Beer cans? Clean it up after the game.

But...BUT, what about bras and nylons over the shower rod?
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According to my "better half" (according to her), a man is always wrong.

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If a man is in the forest all alone and is quiet, he is at peace! Women get lost in the forest. Because of Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, Men are always wrong when they speak in the forest!!
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