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Old 04-26-2022, 03:40 PM   #1
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I work part time for a local funeral home helping with visitors to deceased family. Yesterday there was so many flowers that I brought some home for my wife. She refuses to even speak to me now. Some women just don't like romantic things I guess
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Now you will never be able to buy some flowers for her.
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Old 04-27-2022, 12:05 PM   #3
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Great move!!!!!
now you can save money on NOT buying flowers.
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Some women just don't appreciate the finer things of life!
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Some guys probably most never learn. When I brought home flowers they were never the right ones I solved that problem by her buying her own flowers every Saturday. When I paid for them I asked her what flowers dit I buy you this week dear. I have not had a problem for over 60 years and fresh flowers every weekend.
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My BIL surprised his wife on their anniversary with a new toilet!
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Oh crap. That's a gift that keeps on giving.
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Old 05-13-2022, 08:19 PM   #8
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When you can’t bring home free flowers from the funeral home, there is still a way to save on flowers….
Don’t buy her a dozen roses; just buy 6 and set them in front of a mirror.

(Only downside is that the next batch of funeral home flowers could be for YOUR funeral.)
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I bought HER a pack of seeds and said 'Plant them'

Next year I bought HER a basket with FAUX Flowers.......winner!
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I bought HER a pack of seeds and said 'Plant them'

Next year I bought HER a basket with FAUX Flowers.......winner!

I had a friend who was a hunter and one year for Christmas he purchased her a deer rifle. Next year he had a very large box wrapped for him beside the tree and talked about what it could be for weeks…. It was a dishwasher.
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