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  • Jamie
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    Given your profession, I imagine a new patio would be easy to arrange.

    Premier Icon BigJohn
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    I assume the “sensible statement” was about the prospects of sharing a festival hot tub with some festival hotties.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    You didn’t suggest taking a shortcut across the field did you?

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    New pair of concrete boots?

    Premier Icon paulmgreen
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    What was the sensible comment ???

    thegreatape
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    Were you speculating as to the state of your bathroom on the Monday morning once everyone has cleared their 3day Glastonbury Tailback?

    tang
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    Did you say something like ‘it’s going to be shit’? This sort of sensible logic has landed me in it many a time. See my post about sex toys, the result of my enthusiasm…

    wrightyson
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    We are old (childish but not really old). Well I’m 39 she’s 41. We arrive at the festival on Thursday. Our kids arrive Saturday to join us (good old mother in law) for a great time. Therefore we have two nights of stupidness/anarchy/freedom etc.
    We have some other very good looking late 20’s just 30 friends also going. I suggested we party on with them Friday as they are kidless and they may not want to join us with the kids around etc, especially as one is a teacher.
    Wrong choice Wrighty!

    Jamie
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    We have some other very good looking late 20’s just 30 friends also going.

    Odd phrasing.

    wrightyson
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    They are good looking. You know the sort surely Jamie.., unless you’re one of them!

    stuey
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    Is that all – I suggested Mrs Stuey learnt how to ‘pack light’ – when will I ever learn(?)

    Premier Icon nuke
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    I suggested we party on with them Friday as they are kidless and they may not want to join us with the kids around etc, especially as one is a teacher. Wrong choice Wrighty!

    I’ve know idea why this would be a problem; why was this a problem for MrsWrighty? 😕

    Did you mean “Party with them” in a British way or “Party with them” in more of an American way?

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    You shouldn’t have said “let’s invite our good looking young friends”.

    wanmankylung
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    We have some other very good looking late 20’s just 30 friends also going. I suggested we party on with them Friday as they are kidless and they may not want to join us with the kids around etc, especially as one is a teacher.

    Rookie error.

    She is clearly wanting to make full use of you alone for those two days…

    We will need pictures before we decide if this is a good option or not.

    wrightyson
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    No hot tub and no “American” type partying! I don’t want to go anymore!

    nealglover
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    We have some other very good looking late 20’s just 30 friends also going. I suggested we party on with them Friday as they are kidless and they may not want to join us with the kids around etc, especially as one is a teacher.

    That’s a really odd piece of irrelevant information to throw in ?

    Perhaps your “completely sensible statement” had a similar irrelevance thrown in, and that’s what she’s pissed off about.

    wrightyson
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    For the love of god! I make one completely sensible statement about a festival we’re all at next weekend and I’ve now “ruined” the whole weekend that hasn’t even begun yet. Give me strength and not a big hammer!

    wrightyson
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    Nah the good looking thing has nothing to do with it. In fact it’s probably more relevant to the bloke in question. They’ll be with a bunch of fellow young uns and I was merely trying to gently say theyll probably be happier partying with out having to worry about swearing, or drinking copious amounts of cider in front of the kids.

    samuri
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    The problem is rarely about what your stupid male mind thinks it is. All you’ve done is given her something to beat you up with but that’s irrelevant. You need to work out what it is that wound her up before this. Unfortunately that knowledge won’t help you because the only thing worse than upsetting her would be letting her know you know what’s upset her.

    There is no right answer. Forget all the reasoning. If you want things to get better you need to accept something is your fault and apologise. Listen to what she has to say about that. Ask her what she would like to do. Don’t say that’s what you’re going to do though. Best bet is to nod sagely and agree. Unless she asks you what you want to do. Then it’s whatever she said.

    I feel embrassed telling you this stuff to be honest. I’m not that much older than you and doubt I’ve been married that much longer.

    Premier Icon Blackhound
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    A woman is to be loved not understood as Oscar Wilde once said

    Premier Icon cloudnine
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    In a woman’s mind there are only 2 things you can do wrong… Everything you do and everything you say.

    BillMC
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    I hope the teacher supported all the recent industrial action. That’ll give you something to talk about over the cider.

    Tom_W1987
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    Here’s a song for the OP, apparently it’s about a dog though.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXIuAz7aryo[/video]

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    OP, this featival. Not at, or near, centre parks is it?

    konabunny
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    probably be happier partying with out having to worry about swearing, or drinking copious amounts of cider in front of bythe kids.

    ftfy

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    A woman is to be loved not understood as Oscar Wilde once said

    I suppose it’s true that Oscar never had woman trouble.

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Anyway, enjoy YNot wrightyson.

    We are away for a week at the moment. I could fill the whole damn internet with feminine oddity. 🙄

    globalti
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    I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve “completely ruined” a trip or a holiday. On each occasion I’ve not been able to work out what I’ve done (or not done) to ruin it but hey… I don’t mind taking the blame for whatever she hasn’t enjoyed; I’ve got broad shoulders.

    Three more years of it then our lad goes off to Uni and it’s time for a big rethink of my life.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Wowza, I hope your other half doesn’t read the forum! Good luck!

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    I ruined three consecutive holidays when Jnr was little. First one I caught a weird flu type virus that wiped me out for three days, next year I spent two days sat on the toilet, year after I put my back out putting BabyMC in her pushchair.

    Sympathy from the devil? Ha! 👿

    twinw4ll
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    I just remind my wife if it wasn’t for me she would be a spinster cat lady.

    McHamish
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    I think I know what you’ve done.

    By suggesting you want to party with your other friends, you’ve suggested to your wife that you cannot enjoy yourself with just her.

    I think she wanted to party with you on your own.

    Nico
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    konabunny – Member

    probably be happier partying with out having to worry about swearing, or drinking copious amounts of cider in front of bythe kids.

    ftfy

    Blackhound – Member
    A woman is to be loved not understood as Oscar Wilde once said

    I suppose it’s true that Oscar never had woman trouble.

    Oscar WAS married for four years.

    There is no right answer. Forget all the reasoning. If you want things to get better you need to accept something is your fault and apologise. Listen to what she has to say about that. Ask her what she would like to do. Don’t say that’s what you’re going to do though. Best bet is to nod sagely and agree. Unless she asks you what you want to do. Then it’s whatever she said.

    This!

    I just remind my wife if it wasn’t for me she would be a spinster cat lady.

    My girlfriend is alergic to cat’s, which is unfortunate as I can’t leave her to fourfil what is clearly her destiny.

    If you want things to get better you need to accept something is your fault and apologise. Listen to what she has to say about that. Ask her what she would like to do. Don’t say that’s what you’re going to do though. Best bet is to nod sagely and agree. Unless she asks you what you want to do. Then it’s whatever she said

    Aint that the truth? You’re a normal guy if occasionally you are a bit block-headed and intensive. But personally, I’m past the age when I’m prepared to put up with that sort of nonsense from women. You wouldn’t put up with an equivalent sulk from one of your children!

    badnewz
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    I’m acutely sensitive to nagging and temper tantrums. Single life is heaven in comparison. There are some great quotes about nagging women in the bible, book of Proverbs. “It is better to live on the roof” etc

    nealglover
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    There are some great quotes about nagging women in the bible, book of Proverbs. “It is better to live on the roof” etc

    Don’t start mentioning bible quotes that STW will agree with!

    The resulting confusion from the Dawkinists will break the internet.

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    I love my wife, she is amazing/fantastic etc…. But after 17 yrs of marriage I do drown out her constant talking/moaning/white noise and do “switch off” occasionaly. As such I am often in deep doodah as I miss entire conversations or important pieces of information.
    If any bloke out there has a cure for this please please please let me know…. 😕

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    If any bloke out there has a cure for this please please please let me know….

    Change wives roughly every 3 years.

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