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Holy bad veggie's, I take a break from this site for a while and all of a sudden 23 emails...I thought you guys missed me or something but nah you just turned my thread into anti kale rant, hooray!!! I hate that s**t LOL! if its green, somethings wrong with it, chances are I wont eat it.

Seriously though its great to see you guys in good spirits, I don't mind the thread hi jack at all, have fun! I miss you guys and tying, hope to be back at it next month.

Bill 

 

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16 hours ago, Mark Knapp said:

Because it's her job to boss you around and just spoil the grand kids.

Your so right, she went skiing with the grand kids last week and I got to stay home and tie flies uninterrupted in a quiet house.    The real highlight though was getting to leave the toilet seat up all week!

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19 hours ago, Mark Knapp said:

 It wasn't my fault but I wasn't there to take care of the problem when it happened.

As Wife is constantly reminding me, "It might not be your "fault" ... but I'm blaming you anyway."

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5 hours ago, DFoster said:

Your so right, she went skiing with the grand kids last week and I got to stay home and tie flies uninterrupted in a quiet house.    The real highlight though was getting to leave the toilet seat up all week!

Now you have to train yourself to put it back down.

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4 hours ago, mikechell said:

As Wife is constantly reminding me, "It might not be your "fault" ... but I'm blaming you anyway."

I wise man once said, "We are all married to the same person"

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4 hours ago, mikechell said:

As Wife is constantly reminding me, "It might not be your "fault" ... but I'm blaming you anyway."

My girlfriend gave me fridge magnet that says just that, as an eternal reminder

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1 hour ago, Mark Knapp said:

Now you have to train yourself to put it back down.

Yep- because if she "falls in" I'll get a stern talking too (again). 

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We have cats who like to jump up on the toilet seats when we walk into the bathroom.  We BOTH put the seats down, so they won't fall in when it's not.  It's such an ingrained habit now, I even put it down when I'm alone in the hotels.

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13 hours ago, mikechell said:

We have cats who like to jump up on the toilet seats when we walk into the bathroom.  We BOTH put the seats down, so they won't fall in when it's not.  It's such an ingrained habit now, I even put it down when I'm alone in the hotels.

Well Mike knowing how most cats feel about water I would say that's a mistake they would only make once.  😂

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12 hours ago, DFoster said:

Well Mike knowing how most cats feel about water I would say that's a mistake they would only make once.  😂

One of ours likes to get in the tub after you shower and clean himself with the water in the bottom. He would come running in after he heard the water stop running. 

Once he came darting in, cleared the tub wall, to find a nice warm bath drawn up which he was diving into head first. 😂 

He is a lot more careful on his approach now. 

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