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Old 03-15-2006, 12:29 PM   #1
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I copied and pasted this from todays,Dear Abby,was this you??

DEAR ABBY: I have been house-sitting -- and paying rent -- for a retired couple for the last six months. They are traveling in an RV, so I moved into the spare room, collect their mail and keep their house in order.
They come back to town every few weeks so one or both of them stays a night at the home. This was OK until last night.

The husband wasn't supposed to be at the house. I was expecting him tonight because he has a doctor's appointment tomorrow. When I came home and saw him there, I was a little surprised. I was tired from a hard day at work, so I went to bed early. This morning, I awoke at 6:15 to my door opening. The husband came into my room, said he was cold, and jumped into my bed. He was naked! I told him he was a freak, jumped out of bed, rushed into my bathroom, locked the door and got ready to leave for work. I didn't see him before I left.

Should I call the wife and tell her what happened? I am staying at a friend's tonight because I don't want to run into him again. I no longer feel safe with him there. Should I find a new place to live? I'm 31 and he is in his 60s. Yuck! -- GROSSED OUT IN CALIFORNIA

DEAR GROSSED OUT: The answers to both of your questions is yes -- and the sooner the better.
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:29 PM   #2
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I copied and pasted this from todays,Dear Abby,was this you??

DEAR ABBY: I have been house-sitting -- and paying rent -- for a retired couple for the last six months. They are traveling in an RV, so I moved into the spare room, collect their mail and keep their house in order.
They come back to town every few weeks so one or both of them stays a night at the home. This was OK until last night.

The husband wasn't supposed to be at the house. I was expecting him tonight because he has a doctor's appointment tomorrow. When I came home and saw him there, I was a little surprised. I was tired from a hard day at work, so I went to bed early. This morning, I awoke at 6:15 to my door opening. The husband came into my room, said he was cold, and jumped into my bed. He was naked! I told him he was a freak, jumped out of bed, rushed into my bathroom, locked the door and got ready to leave for work. I didn't see him before I left.

Should I call the wife and tell her what happened? I am staying at a friend's tonight because I don't want to run into him again. I no longer feel safe with him there. Should I find a new place to live? I'm 31 and he is in his 60s. Yuck! -- GROSSED OUT IN CALIFORNIA

DEAR GROSSED OUT: The answers to both of your questions is yes -- and the sooner the better.
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The poor man was cold The girl should have had some compassion on the guy.
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I did not like the part where she says I am 31 he 60's and then a YUCK!!
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I really was cold. Give me a break. That's all there was to it. Really.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by diandtom:
I did not like the part where she says I am 31 he 60's and then a YUCK!!
Tom </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Hey, I'm only 58!!

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">I really was cold. Give me a break. That's all there was to it. Really. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Seems like I recall a scene from Seinfeld when George was changing clothes and the lady walked in. His excuse was something about him having been in the cold water.
Ken is that YOUR problem as well?
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This thread is absolutely disgusting. Please post some more.
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Excuse me FXRSCOTTY, I have bad eyesight, what did you say he "xxxxx" ?


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Well folks, this is a family oriented site and this thread is going beyond what is acceptable. So, I'm shutting it down and removing some of the questionable post.

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