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By Romantic - / Friday 15 January 2010 08:33 / United States
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By  skyeyez9  |  23

my husband tried to pull that shit on me once: Oh I invited some friends over so we need to get some more food. When he said "we" he really meant: I invited my friends over so I expect you to cook for them and clean up afterwards. What ever. He can cook for his own friends. I don't expect him to do that if I have my friends over our house.

By  perdix  |  29

Don't get any food -- just lay naked on your bed with your legs spread wide, and when everyone comes over, yell "Tuna tacos for everyone!" On second thought, you can buy a massive amount of Vienna Sausages and tell everyone that they are actual size replicas of your husband's dick. That'll show him!

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  FMLenV  |  0

I'm right and wrong. Both work, I've just always been taught that pass was a reference to walk by something were as past was referred to time. Pass: to move past; go by: to pass another car on the road.

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  nrose1000  |  0

SPELLING NAZI!!!! Seriously every1 cares about spelling and grammar here WTF do u think this is???? School mixed with burger king? srory bUt U [email protected] a7Wayz ahve ti ur wAy weN ti cOmS 2 sp3771nG!!!

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LOL i know right!?! anyone get that weird email thing where all the spelling is totally stuffed and u could read it easy as pie?? I didnt even notice the mistakes because IM NOT LOOKING FOR THEM!!! as long as your not spelling like "Heyy Grls!! Lv yz tlk 2 yz l8rz" all the time then i dont care if u make mistakes!!!

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