|the converter||20/12/2008 16:09:00|
|50 forum posts|
will have to excuse me but need to let of a little steam.
been away busy truckin around the country for a couple of weeks looking forward to getting back home and into the workshop to start on my winter project.
and what do i find?
the wife has just turned it into a storage shed for the drinks and some of the food for xmas
and not to mention her ornaments that she has packed up to allow for the decorations.
and when i asked why she put it all in my workshop all i got was """"it has to go somewhere""" .
they just don't understand do they
fed up ron
|neil howard-pritchard||20/12/2008 16:38:00|
1921 forum posts
Oh I don't know, mate.
you want to get a wife like mine.
earlier this year she allowed me to retire and buy an old MG C roadster to have my mid life crisis in.
Then last night I said I fancied going down to the Goodwood Revival meeting in the car and she said.."Well get a ticket booked then, but don't expect me to come down with you, I'd rather watch model boats sail and that's NEVER"
can't get better than that.
Am I lucky or WHAT?
|the converter||26/12/2008 19:09:00|
|50 forum posts|
you sure are lucky but we can't all be that lucky
don't get me wrong i do have a great wife but when it comes down to my hobby she does'nt understand what she has done wrong with taking over my workshop
merry xmas one and all
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