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    This may help you understand you wife

    My wife managed to use all of these in a few sentences:

    I told her I was looking at a new tractor she said I don't know why you need a new tractor, "FINE" "GO AHEAD" do "WHATEVER" you want and finally she said "THATS OKAY" get it, but don't buy "NOTHING " else. And when I pulled in the drive way with it all I heard was "WOW" many times. Little did I know this is what she really ment.
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    Good one. Some times you just have to or

    BTW, I moved this to the Off Topic section, though I thought about the Political section as this may be a supercharged topic, if your wife sees it.
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    My wife just read this and is disappointed that somebody let out their secret language code words. I'll bet they change soon now that the cats out of the bag!
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    Yep. We girls have a new set of code words in the works!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Yep. We girls have a new set of code words in the works!!
    I think I represent a whole lot of males when I say...Quit it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgd View Post
    I think I represent a whole lot of males when I say...Quit it!
    You got that right! I have a hard enough time trying to figure out what I am meaning when I say something. These women are going to drive me nuts!
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    From that it sounds like I'm generally in a lot more trouble than I thought....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisconsindeere View Post
    My wife managed to use all of these in a few sentences:

    I told her I was looking at a new tractor she said I don't know why you need a new tractor, "FINE" "GO AHEAD" do "WHATEVER" you want and finally she said "THATS OKAY" get it, but don't buy "NOTHING " else. And when I pulled in the drive way with it all I heard was "WOW" many times. Little did I know this is what she really ment.
    I finally overcame my wife's nagging and bit for a 3720 in 2010 I believe. She said she would never touch the darn thing. I said, great, leave it to me.

    Over the next few years she would not touch it and despised it, but slowly she is saying whenever something needs lifting, "Get the tractor to lift it." I needed to go 5 miles down the road to cut and haul a big trailer-load of chopped down trees and she says, "You take the truck, I'll take the tractor." You could have knocked me over with a feather.

    She is finally after 4 years coming to terms with how handy it is. She sure looks good driving down the road with hair flowing in the breeze with a big old grin on her mug.
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    Have you boys not seen this?

    If man had enough horse sense to treat his wife like a Thoroughbred, she'd never grow into an old nag.

    If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride!

    Happiness is contagious; Be a carrier!

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