By xero_art - 26/06/2009 09:51 - United States
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Awww. And then at Christmas, you could pawn your heirloom pocket watch so you could buy her some ornate haircombs for her long beautiful hair, and meanwhile, she cuts and sells her hair to buy you a chain for your heirloom pocket watch - what a riot! Oh, Henry, the IRONY!!!
Ouch, man. At least the album ended up safely in your hands at the end.
Actually, this is a really sweet story! His wife obviously knows him really well and it's hilarious she unknowingly outbid him for the album. I wonder about the credit card, though. I guess they don't share money as husband and wife? That's part of the story that's unclear to me.
yeah god-darn lucky to have enough money to buy Beatle collectibles!!! ughhh can i have it? xD i swear i'd die to meet them. i love them ever so. i'm pretty sure i'm one of the biggest fans in the world, with over 4 thousand sound files, and about 30 books (i'd have more but i'm poor), bunch of vinyls), and all their movies, plus hours of their rare video footage. i love seeing fellow beatle fans
So how is this an FML? You got the album anyway. At least you didn't call her a jerk, right? Also, I would love to have that as a birthday present, so...
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Why is everybody assuming because she used his credit card, he was paying for it? Maybe she plans on reimbursing him when the bill comes in. In many households, a couple shares a credit card account. You can have multiple users on one account.
Plus, I don't think it's that bad of an FML because it seems like you were ready to pay almost as much as she bid anyway...if anything, it's kind of cute. Don't whine.
be grateful, you have a wife that loves you and actually knows what you really want. I still cant figure out what to get my boyfriend for his birthday