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Old 05-19-08, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by kvrdave
You have been married awhile and he has already lost his will to live. I know because I see that time quickly approaching me as well.
Nah, if he had lost his will to live I wouldn't have to bother with the oral rewards.
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Originally Posted by beavismom
I am concerned about the status of my husband's man card. He pees while sitting at my request because it is far less messy and the less messy it is the less time I spend clean toilets. The less time I spend cleaning toilets the more time he spends receiving oral rewards (trying to keep it "family friendly" here). So what exactly does that do to the status of his man card? and does he care?
A word comes to mind that rhymes with "pumpkin"...
Old 05-19-08, 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by macnorton
4. Wearing another dude's clothes - I can understand a shirt, jacket, and in some cases a hat, when did it become OK to where another dude's shoes or in the case of my brother, pants?


*Edited for a spelling mistake



fail.
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If he was svelte, he could pull off skinny jeans.
Old 05-19-08, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by The Bus
If he was svelte, he could pull off skinny jeans.
This is DVDTalk, Where everyone is tall and thin (and rich and well hung and...)
Old 05-19-08, 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted by The Bus
If he was svelte, he could pull off skinny jeans.
Using the word "svelte" or the phrase "skinny jeans" will also get you at least suspended.
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Originally Posted by crazyronin

How hypocritical...the people who issue the Grammar Nazi licenses don't seem to need a Spelling Nazi license. That hardly seems fair.
Old 05-19-08, 06:41 PM
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I doant spel gud eather.

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I had a friend tell me he watched chick flicks all day, and then got home and downloaded The Notebook because he was in the mood, and it was okay to cry at that movie.

REVOKED!!!!!
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Originally Posted by cultshock
How hypocritical...the people who issue the Grammar Nazi licenses don't seem to need a Spelling Nazi license. That hardly seems fair.
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Originally Posted by beavismom
I am concerned about the status of my husband's man card. He pees while sitting at my request because it is far less messy and the less messy it is the less time I spend clean toilets. The less time I spend cleaning toilets the more time he spends receiving oral rewards (trying to keep it "family friendly" here). So what exactly does that do to the status of his man card? and does he care?

Ma'am, is this your husband?
Old 05-19-08, 06:45 PM
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Using the term "man card"
Old 05-19-08, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by El Scorcho
This is a pretty standard thread:

1) Post serious thread about something pet peeve related
2) Wait for 100+ replies in total agreement
3) Never get those replies; instead get called out
4) Switch gears and say you were joking
5) ...
6) Profit!

This does seem to be the pattern. 1) could be changed to any activity the OP did or opinion that he had that he seeks the approval of the masses on. This always ends badly. But sometimes we get epic Best Buy threads filled with unicorns and ridicule.

And using the term "man card" always seemed to me like a violation worthy of getting your man card pulled...
Old 05-19-08, 08:23 PM
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Howzabout: using the phrase "oh snap!" in *any* context.

[Apologies for being on-topic here.]
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Originally Posted by drmoze
Howzabout: using the phrase "oh snap!" in *any* context.

[Apologies for being on-topic here.]
http://ohsnap.ytmnd.com/
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Originally Posted by pedagogue
I doant spel gud eather.

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I had a friend tell me he watched chick flicks all day, and then got home and downloaded The Notebook because he was in the mood, and it was okay to cry at that movie.

REVOKED!!!!!
It might be in your best interest to be as far away from this thread as possible, Mr. "You've Got Mail".
Old 05-19-08, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by crazyronin


fail.

I got to admit that one was pretty funny. I have no problem saying my spelling sucks. It happens. And I can take a joke just like anyone else. No harm no foul.
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Originally Posted by El Scorcho
It might be in your best interest to be as far away from this thread as possible, Mr. "Birkenstock".
Fixed.
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Originally Posted by fujishig
This does seem to be the pattern. 1) could be changed to any activity the OP did or opinion that he had that he seeks the approval of the masses on. This always ends badly. But sometimes we get epic Best Buy threads filled with unicorns and ridicule.

And using the term "man card" always seemed to me like a violation worthy of getting your man card pulled...

As I said, I can take a joke...although I don't like posting pet peeves (not a my thing). Innocent joke from me and a co-worker...but everyone is entitled to believe what they want, we are all adults no one is attacking me, so I get a good laugh...all I really wanted in the first place.
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Originally Posted by crazyronin


fail.
Originally Posted by macnorton
I got to admit that one was pretty funny. I have no problem saying my spelling sucks. It happens. And I can take a joke just like anyone else. No harm no foul.
You also misspelled "mclovin."

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Originally Posted by drmoze
You also misspelled "mclovin."

Well I am Irish, so I guess that is cool.
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I just took a totally manly dump. It was awesome.
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Originally Posted by macnorton
As I said, I can take a joke...although I don't like posting pet peeves (not a my thing). Innocent joke from me and a co-worker...but everyone is entitled to believe what they want, we are all adults no one is attacking me, so I get a good laugh...all I really wanted in the first place.
When I said OP in my original post, I wasn't specifically referring to you, just noting that it is a trend... And I was contributing to the thread, I still think it's odd to refer to a "man card."

There is a fashion trend that I don't quite understand, where teenage boys are wearing girl's jeans. I think it's a permutation of the "tight pants" trend you referenced above, but that just seems odd to me.
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Originally Posted by El Scorcho
It might be in your best interest to be as far away from this thread as possible, Mr. "You've Got Mail".
I have given up on my Chick Flick ways, and have embraced a "300"-like journey of manly movies, blood, guts, and gore. Life has been better that way.
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Originally Posted by fujishig
When I said OP in my original post, I wasn't specifically referring to you, just noting that it is a trend... And I was contributing to the thread, I still think it's odd to refer to a "man card."

There is a fashion trend that I don't quite understand, where teenage boys are wearing girl's jeans. I think it's a permutation of the "tight pants" trend you referenced above, but that just seems odd to me.
What. The. Fuck.

Back "in the day" (read: last year), these people would be called cross-dressers.
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