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    "Things my girlfriend and I have argued about"


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    Time 'e got a new girlfriend I'd say or......he should just say "yes dear!"

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    Originally posted by fruitcake
    Time 'e got a new girlfriend I'd say or......he should just say "yes dear!"
    er...........maybe if I have an or two to spare I'll read more than the first dozen entries................

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    Re: "Things my girlfriend and I have argued about"

    Originally posted by Nick M
    http://www.thingsmygirlfriendandihavearguedabout.com/

    hilarious
    Really had a good laugh at this.

    Still need a few more hours to finish it though goes on forever.

    Will definitely be forwarding this at work

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    The secret to having the last word in any argument with a woman is to say

    "Yes dear..."

    John.,

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