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. . .  I get called all kinds of endearing names . . .  

 

Yeah, me too.  I like to think its because she enjoys making up new 'cutesy' names but I am getting suspicious that its because she can't remember my real name.  :hystery:

 

 

Hey Joe, um Pete, err Sam man that's a good one.  :1247:

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On a good day I get called Hun......on a bad day Mister Grumpy

Local Filipino community call me Kuya :tiphat:

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Wife calls me " Dad " and the sister and brothers call me " brother "

Nieces and Nephews call me " Uncle "

and the local shop staff call me " sir " which I hate !! 

The neighbours call me " the white guy who lives behind the big white and green gates " !

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I just thank God my mother trained me to put the seat down or I would never have a moments peace :1 (103):

 

If I gotta pick it up ..... they gotta put it own .... only fair .... :thumbsup:

:cheersty:

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Oh... and I call her my asawaswang...my own "Tagalog" word.  It means my wife is a vampire ha ha...

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Well, if you ever want to pretend you are on a bucking bronco in a rodeo here is what you do.

When you are enjoying some wild intimate moments, you call your wife by another woman's name.

Then, you try to stay on for 8 seconds. 

(good luck)

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I just thank God my mother trained me to put the seat down or I would never have a moments peace :1 (103):

 

If I gotta pick it up ..... they gotta put it own .... only fair .... :thumbsup:

:cheersty:

 

I I would ask if they grew up with a toilet seat? No? Then it must be there for my convenience because I did. Or as an acquaintance of mine told me, Just don't bother to lift the seat. Problem solved. :rolleyes:

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Just don't bother to lift the seat.

 

I don't understand this controversy at all.

 

Doesn't everyone, male and female, put the lid down?  So everyone has something to lift up and put down.  What's the problem?

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Just don't bother to lift the seat.

 

I don't understand this controversy at all.

 

Doesn't everyone, male and female, put the lid down?  So everyone has something to lift up and put down.  What's the problem?

 

 

I keep the lid down even when by myself. Why? So when I drop something like a toothbrush/deodorant/towel/razor/etc it goes 'thump' instead of 'splash'. Maybe I am the only one who is occasionally clumsy?

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First thing I had to teach my wife was to put the lid down.  They never had a seat, much less a lid. 

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