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Re: A funny real story: Can't hide anything from your wife

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Kirk Affeldt

02-20-2013 10:25:38

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That is a good story!! A few weeks ago my wife and I were having a bite to eat with my parents before we were to head off on a short trip to Arizona, when my dad and I were talking and I caught my mom and wife in a discussion about tractors. I knew this was NO good! Then I heard, "When were you planning on telling me?" I guess my mother ratted me out to my wife that I wasn't just talking about buying a tractor, but that the tractor was delivered and in the shed already! I guess the conspiracy of my wife and mother against me has finally happened. I will have to be more aware next time!!

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02-22-2013 06:09:39

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 Re: A funny real story: Can't hide anything from your wife in reply to Kirk Affeldt, 02-20-2013 10:25:38  
Yes,I would do that sometimes,but eventually I told her everything,not in confession,but love to watch her reaction,I loved when she shook her pretty head,but knew it was the best to let the old dog do his thing
Although there are many guns I have bought,she has no idea,and they go into the gun cabinet!Fun Fun

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