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By elizabeth / Thursday 29 November 2012 08:01 / United States - Las Vegas
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10- Haha no. I could just see Marie stealing Debra's necklace, and then Ray copping out when asked to take sides. I think it's a funny show, actually. Not bust-your-gut-laughing funny, but it's humorous.

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I can barley stand my grandma on my mom's side who lives with my mom and dad back home. After 11 years of it I was so happy to go off to college without her. I love the women, but I have no idea how my dad deals with it, he can't stand her more than me!

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22- more like I imagine that one episode of csi: las Vegas where the coroner sings the C.o.d. "blunt force trauma to the back of the heeeeaaaad! There was maaaajor hemmoraging in the occipital looooobe!....."

She didn't steal it! Your dog was looking for the mistresses panties, but found your chain instead, and gave it to your husband, who THEN gave it to your mother-in-law. He was getting back at you for the penny-jar shaking.

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Sexism is pejorative as a term, so if he is always taking her side it's not sexism, as sexism deals with devaluating or discriminating against. "Biased" would be more suitable.

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I don't know about him being biased. It sounds like he's scared of making his mom mad at him. Like one other commenter said, it sounds like a scenario that could have played out on "Everybody Loves Raymond". Off of the topic- Does the punctuation in that last sentence go inside or outside the quotation marks? That always confuses me about titles.

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