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Dave

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Who can associate with the following ... :)

"Correct me if I'm wrong but it was your thoughts on my thoughts that was the issue?
So by that logic I could be the cause of an argument even if I hadn't said anything purely on the belief that I may or may not be thinking of something."
 

TrickyD

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Who can associate with the following ... :)

"Correct me if I'm wrong but it was your thoughts on my thoughts that was the issue?
So by that logic I could be the cause of an argument even if I hadn't said anything purely on the belief that I may or may not be thinking of something."
I'm married, so yes, get that all the time (I think?). Basically, its all my fault.
 

ukzero1

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That's totally illogical Captain..beam me up Snotty
 

muskrat

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Ah the intricacies of female logic. I've been berated for doing something I hadn't done simply because she *knew* I was going to do it !

As the 'merkins say; Go figure!
 

banksy

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Based on the old "Tree in a forest falling, does it make a noise if no one hears it?"

If a man is alone in a forest where there is no woman to hear him, and he speaks -
Is he still wrong?

My wife assured me that he is definitely wrong.
 

banksy

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But what if he doesn't speak, just thinks, is he still wrong?

:D

Definitely wrong.
By just thinking and not speaking, he is committing the ultimate man crime of not talking about "feelings".
:oops:

And surely, the worst words a man can hear are "We need to talk". :sick:
You know it will end in tears, and they'll probably be yours.
 
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