Women; is there something wrong with their wiring?

Tempest

Distinguished Member
Well, I'm a Wabbit, but not much into carrots if I'm honest.
I don't wish to deceive anyone should we meet up one day!
You need to know in advance so you know what to expect :)
 

Doug the D

Member
This is my real name. Honest.
I knew a guy called 'Lorne' once. His nickname was 'Sausage' or 'Sos' for short. One day, we were in the office, collecting our jobs for the week and one of the young girl in the office said to him;

'Why is your nickname Sos?'
'It's short for Sausage'
'Why do they call you Sausa...:blush:' [turns bright red]

:laugh:
 

imightbewrong

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I am not Wrong
 

shodan

Distinguished Member
Oh yes! Thank you please! 😁
I'm at home today, Doris goes out on a few errands, comes back and says "I'm not doing this to upset you but I know you forgot, happy anniversary" and hands me a bag with a gin and another bottle of booze or in it.
Oh. sh*t.

"Sweetheart, I really don't know what to say.. Errrr, thank you and I hope you aren't upset?
But I was going to wait till Sunday, which is the 7th and actually our anniversary"....

She then has to go on to Facebook for confirmation! 😎😁

And its been a perfect reminder for me to go and get her something as I had totally forgotten.... 🤣🤣🤣
 

Tempest

Distinguished Member
Can I please go back to this time?
Apart from the 1st money grabbing one, all seem very nice :)

 

Doug the D

Member
Today, a true stroke of genius from Doris. She read this story:


'A BRIT fell into a well after being chased by a dog in Bali and survived for SIX DAYS before being rescued.
Jacob Roberts, 29, plunged 14ft into the dank, muddy pit as he fled the mutt last week in the Badung region of the Indonesian island.'


and when she saw the accompanying photo, she said, and I sh*t you not:

'Why didn't he just climb out using one of those ladders. What a pussy'

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Me; 'Erm, how do you think the rescuers got down there darling?'

This from the woman that used the fact she's more highly educated than me to shut down a disagreement at the weekend... :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
 

Ruperts slippers

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Early on in the relationship, girlfriend had told me she had dated some very wealthy men who were significantly older than herself. One day we stopped at some lights, I looked across to my left at an elderly (60 plus) chap in a sports car.
I turned to her and asked her if that was one of her exes. :rotfl:

Cue tantrum.
 

deantown

Distinguished Member
Early on in the relationship, girlfriend had told me she had dated some very wealthy men who were significantly older than herself. One day we stopped at some lights, I looked across to my left at an elderly (60 plus) chap in a sports car.
I turned to her and asked her if that was one of her exes. :rotfl:

Cue tantrum.
I put a funny on your Post then realised that I am 60 plus :eek:

I haven't got a Sports car though!
 

The Dreamer

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Highly educated people have no common sense. That's a fact :p
I'm sure I've told this before, but....

My brother is highly educated, a polyglot, speaking up to 24 languages (only claims to be fluent in around 9 at any time) :rolleyes: - and of course, he is very, very, successful. Until recently, his only outgoings were for his maid and his cook, he had people do everything for him.

A couple of years ago, he was visiting, and I pointed out to my lad that his Uncle, while being very clever, might not have a lot of common sense.... "He wouldn't even know how to wire a plug!"

My brother though, quick as a flash, took fake umbrage to this, and declared... "Of course I know how to wire a plug! - You there!" pointing at some imaginary servant "Wire a plug!"

Couldn't really argue with that!👏
 

Doug the D

Member
I'm sure I've told this before, but....

My brother is highly educated, a polyglot, speaking up to 24 languages (only claims to be fluent in around 9 at any time) :rolleyes: - and of course, he is very, very, successful. Until recently, his only outgoings were for his maid and his cook, he had people do everything for him.

A couple of years ago, he was visiting, and I pointed out to my lad that his Uncle, while being very clever, might not have a lot of common sense.... "He wouldn't even know how to wire a plug!"

My brother though, quick as a flash, took fake umbrage to this, and declared... "Of course I know how to wire a plug! - You there!" pointing at some imaginary servant "Wire a plug!"

Couldn't really argue with that!👏
You've mentioned your brother before. He sounds like one of those people that's also really good looking and charismatic too.

Aren't these people really annoying? :rotfl:
 

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