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  • I'm mildly inebriated and the wife has gone to bed…
  • …I need someone to argue with.

    druidh
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    No you don’t

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    Go to bed and try to get ‘amorous’……… 😉

    Premier Icon teethgrinder
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    Go upstairs, prod her (with what ever you think is appropriate) and ask her to make you a sandwich. With the crusts off.

    That’s the spirit.

    I’ll start off with “if you pick your nose, your face will cave in”

    She’s not “amorous”. She’s had 2 weeks of new-born Flying Ox and me being away at work, getting a glorious average of 9 hours sleep a day.

    Arguing with internet strangers is about as passionate as I see the next 2 or 3 days being. In a non-sexual way, of course.

    EDIT: and before the bad father pseudo-psychology starts, I’ve taken wee Ox swimming today, out for a countryside walk, shopping, and looking longingly at ladies boobies whilst daddy had a coffee, and all that time mum was catching up on lost sleep at home.

    user-removed
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    I’m also mildly inebriated and the wife and child are in bed. I’d like to repudiate your ridiculous assertion.

    Any good?

    user-removed
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    Oh and our wee one is getting on for six weeks and STILL can’t pull an endo. I despair, I really do.

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    The Flying Ox – Member
    She’s not “amorous”. She’s had 2 weeks of new-born Flying Ox and me being away at work, getting a glorious average of 9 hours sleep a day.

    I’m sure you would get an argument though. 🙂

    Adoption. It’s the only socially acceptable option.

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    The Flying Ox – Member

    That’s the spirit.

    I’ll start off with “if you pick your nose, your face will cave in”

    Don’t be ridiculous. Years of sticky fingered research (at the Northern Institute Of Advanced Bogey Studies) suggests that your pants are, in a very real sense, on fire.

    However, if you undo your bellybutton, your bum falls off.
    True fact.

    user-removed
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    [/s] Adoption. AbortionIt’s the only socially acceptable option.

    The first few weeks are inhumanly hard.

    Dammit, forgot to close the quote. And I’m too lazy to sort it. And the baby’s just woken up. Again. Wouldn’t have it any other way 🙂

    I’ll answer that question in one.

    My bum is not on fire. Actually that might be an answer to the 2nd question. No. It is not large.

    Still missing an argument…

    Darwinism <> Evolutionism

    FIGHT!

    kevj
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    The Flying Ox

    looking longingly at ladies boobies

    Tell your Mrs Ox you have been doing this. She’ll like it 😆

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    looking longingly at other ladies boobies whilst daddy had a coffee, and all that time mum was catching up on lost sleep at home.

    Get used to that. After watching them become functional feeding devices, and being exposed to pumps and pads (twice) seeing a younger more pert pair jiggling along tends to catch the eye.

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    Yep. Especially, as once the baby feeding stage goes away they cease to be things of wonder unless in appropriate reinforced garments, and when unfettered resemble spaniels ears.

    :-/ and I was looking forward to making a mini RopeyReignRider with the wife too…

    blurty
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    The trouble with breast feeding is that ‘what the Tit Fairy giveth, she later taketh away’ (in spades)

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    No you don’t

    That’s not an argument, it’s just contradiction.

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