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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    Perje waits on me hand and foot. She is the ultimate luxury in my life.

    Next to her, though, the diaper is right up there....
    I can certainly understand your point but I can't help but wonder what my own wife would think, and probably say, if I compared her with a diaper as to what was "right up there"

    Politicians are like diapers.
    They should be changed frequently ... and for the same reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarchist View Post
    ROFL! Well... suggest you pray your good Wife doesn't browse PM, Gordon...'coz she just might brand you a "politician"...

    You just can't resist can you? Do all a favour and put me on your "ignore".

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    When I went to lunch I saw this sign in a yard.... What an image... ! YIKES !

    I pictured a big sweaty, fat guy, with a cigarette hanging from a corner of his mouth.
    Spatula and knife in hand... Big puffy hat, and nothing else except a big diaper on....

    Is that what they are referring to with a sign for a "Pampered Chef" ?

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    Hello RJ

    I come here, every so often, to see how you are holding out. You are really hanging in there...

    The amount of input by the members here, is a true testament to your character and honesty as a human being. You have never met most of us, yet we all feel a strong kinship with you. I really admire your courage and tenacity, and can only hope that I can possess even half of the dignity that you have shown us, when it comes my turn.

    Thank you so much for showing us how it's done...

    Brian

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    Hi RJ,

    I just noticed that it has been 3 months since you started this thread. While it has for me been at times sad I am thankful for what you have shared with us.

    I hope you are feeling well these days. You are indeed a rich man for having such a loving and caring wife. I continue to pray for both of you. God bless.

    I am still haunted by the picture I can't un-see but that has to be the funniest thing I have ever seen posted.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Techguy View Post
    Hi RJ,

    I just noticed that it has been 3 months since you started this thread. While it has for me been at times sad I am thankful for what you have shared with us.

    I hope you are feeling well these days. You are indeed a rich man for having such a loving and caring wife. I continue to pray for both of you. God bless.

    I am still haunted by the picture I can't un-see but that has to be the funniest thing I have ever seen posted.

    Dan
    Thanks, Dan...

    A life without humor would not be worth living. (For me, at least.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    Thanks, Dan...

    A life without humor would not be worth living. (For me, at least.)

    Laughing is up there as one of lives greatest pleasures.
    Right up there with diapers...


    As to TMI on the diapers, not a problem here. Whatever keeps you going, happy and comfortable is good in my book. Fact you choose to tell is inspiring.

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    If I had hair, I'd be having a bad hair day....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    If I had hair, I'd be having a bad hair day....
    Ummh... I think Mums wig's are promised to my grey-buzz-cut, tattooed, and pierced baby sister, who'll NEVER wear any such thing makes her look one bit less the bull-dyke with an attitude.

    But there yah go.. for your own good self, a curly wig is at least ONE way to top that rear-view-mirror photo, yah?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    If I had hair, I'd be having a bad hair day....
    Sounds like a bad joke is in order-


    I phoned my local radio station today.

    When the guy answered the phone he said, "Congratulations on being our 1st caller, all you have to do is answer the next question correctly to win our grand prize."

    "Wahoo!" I shouted in delight.

    "It's a Maths question," he said. "Feeling confident?"

    "I've got a degree in Maths and I teach it at my local school," I proudly replied.

    "Okay then, to win 2 VIP tickets to see Justin Bieber and to meet him back stage afterwards, what's 2+2?"

    "Seven" I replied.

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    And on the subject of hair - or was it the subject?

    A guy walks in to the Barbershop.

    Barber says, "What will it be today?"

    Guy says, "well I want it going with my waves on top, faded on one side, plug the other, and just make it all out of shape and messed up."

    Barber says, "Now why in the world do you want your hair cut like that."

    Guy says, "That's how you cut it last time"

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    I never actually lost my virginity.
    I know exactly where I put it.
    I don’t want it back it’s not lost or missing.
    I was actually quite pleased to be rid of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCMLXIX View Post
    I never actually lost my virginity.
    I know exactly where I put it.
    I don’t want it back it’s not lost or missing.
    I was actually quite pleased to be rid of it.
    Not-so-young lady, one of Baltimore's more notorious dives on "Light Street" about half a century back was being teased by a would-be 'client' as to whether she still "had her cherry".

    "Of course I do, sugar!"

    "I've just had it pushed so far back I don't have to buy brake-light bulbs for the convertible."

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    B4 too long I'll post our favorite pic of us.
    Wondering when "B4 too long" is. Maybe you and Perje don't agree on what the favourite one is?

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    Default Our favorite pic

    Taken 10-2-15 at Mickey D, Inverness, FL

    rj-perj-mickeys.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post
    Taken 10-2-15 at Mickey D, Inverness, FL

    rj-perj-mickeys.jpg
    Worth waiting for

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    I'll tell you why I wrote what I did in post #474.

    With your sense of humour I wouldn't have been surprised if you hadn't agreed with Perje to post a picture of your urn. You did bring up the subject. Given that choice even your bare ass was preferable but only "barely"

    Anything new re selling?

    Hang in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke;2937743

    [QUOTE
    Originally Posted by rj newbould

    Perje waits on me hand and foot. She is the ultimate luxury in my life.

    Next to her, though, the diaper is right up there....



    ]I can certainly understand your point but I can't help but wonder what my own wife would think, and probably say, if I compared her with a diaper as to what was "right up there"

    Politicians are like diapers.
    They should be changed frequently ... and for the same reason
    [/QUOTE]

    If you can understand my point, why would you think I'm comparing my wife to a diaper??? That is beyond ludicrous....

    The subject was ONLY what relieves my anxiety..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rj newbould View Post

    The subject was ONLY what relieves my anxiety..

    Did you try a juicy burger or ice cream recently?



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    Think Snow Eh!
    Ox

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    I thought I would add a little humor today. I hope you are feeling as well as you can be. I thought this was cute. Take care of yourself.

    On their way to get married, a young Catholic couple is involved in a fatal car accident. The couple found themselves sitting outside the Pearly Gates waiting for St. Peter to process them into Heaven. While waiting, they began to wonder: Could they possibly get married in Heaven? When St. Peter showed up, they asked him. St. Peter said, "I don't know. This is the first time anyone has asked. Let me go find out,'" and he left. The couple sat and waited, and waited. Two months passed and the couple were still waiting. While waiting, they began to wonder what would happen if it didn't work out; could you get a divorce in heaven? After yet another month, St. Peter finally returned, looking somewhat bedraggled. "Yes," he informed the couple, "You can get married in Heaven." "Great!" said the couple, "But we were just wondering, what if things don't work out? Could we also get a divorce in Heaven?" St. Peter, red-faced with anger, slammed his clipboard onto the ground. "What's wrong?" asked the frightened couple. "OH, COME ON!," St. Peter shouted, "It took me three months to find a priest up here! Do you have any idea how long it'll take me to find a lawyer?"


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