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I don't watch The Bachelor but there was so much hoo-ha on the internet about it this week, I had to go and read up on what happened just so I could figure out what everyone was talking about.

It turns out the guy not only dumped the sweet/dumb girl, but then they brought back in the smart/mean girl, and he said that he couldn't stop thinking about *her* and would she give him another chance, and she said yes! Then they made out, this was about three minutes after he dumped the sweet/nice girl.


And SO likely to last, don't you think?


You want bigamy? Watch Big Love!!!

I've never watched any of those "reality" shows.

Yer hubby

Are you saying that if I had given you a single red rose instead of a tastefully mixed bouquet while we were dating that you'd do the laundry?



The question I'm sure everyone's asking is why YOU do the laundry. How did I manage it? What sort of gift or inducement did I use?

Unfortunately, that information is not suitable for a family website.

The laundry is the one thing that is always mentioned in discussions of the injustice of gender roles in the household so honey, don't you like striking a blow against stereotypes of men or sexism or whatever the case may be?

If you'd given me a single red rose I would have fled in horror--that's the point. In my own personal horror movie the single red rose is the calling card of the scary man, the kind of man who calls women 'ladies.' Or who likes Billy Joel.


Wow everyone!! .!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!! :) :) :) :)
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, and each yr I like to get into the mood-extend the holiday, when it were-by reading "Thanksgiving novels." Unsurprisingly, these stories are mostly about family, about coming together to heal old hurts and showing thanks for the gift of love. .. . ::
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