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  brettrb  |  18

That's the great thing about being a male - we age physically but we can stay young at heart. Granted temper tantrums aren't the first thing that comes to mind with this saying, but to each their own I suppose.

  ironichalibut  |  24

#33- "Gosh Darnit Dale, where in the heck have you been all these years? You've had Boomhauer, Bill and me worried sick"
Couldn't help reading your comment in Dales voice..

  jamieann1214  |  4

lol the Mormons at the door. I argue with my husband fairly regularly. I still love him and he loves me but when you live with someone you are bound to disagree on some things. Brushing your teeth is actually an argument ive had. It's normal.

  Respect101  |  17

There is a huge difference between being an idiot and being childish. Plus she doesn't deserve it if this is the main thing. It's somewhat easy to fix. I don't see why people are calling him an idiot.

  sunnyray812  |  42

He's most likely a nice guy with just a flaw. That doesn't mean she deserves it. When you are truly in love, you look past that person's flaws or try to help him/her out with it. She wants to help his hygiene.

  KVKdragon  |  26

It's a short one word question used to convey basic reactions, with which a person is unsure if it is acceptable or not. It's like someone saying "Yay?" to unexpected unfortunate circumstances/events/actions that ends up benefitting that someone or making that someone feel a positive emotion/elation.

Example: douchebag driver cuts you off in the lane you're driving in while giving you the finger but then ends up crashing off the street with life-altering damage to himself or his car. Yay?