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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-26-2018, 09:51 AM
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I've got a fire extinguisher at home, wondering if I should keep it, heck I never use the darn thing!!
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I've got a fire extinguisher at home, wondering if I should keep it, heck I never use the darn thing!!
RaYzerman,

Sure, keep it! If you tell your insurance agent that you have one or more, most companies will cut the rate on your home-owners (or renters) insurance.
Same goes for smoke detectors, CO detectors, and alarm systems.

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So, in keeping with the thread, what's some of the stoopit stuff you've said? Us old married guys aren't known for being smart so post up!! I'm not shy, I'll go first.

Pull the pin on a fire extinguisher, hand it to a coworker and say, "here, put me out if I catch on fire." And there wasn't even any alcohol involved!
Two dumbest things I said to my wife.

While making love to her after she lost a lot of weight. "wow, this is like getting "fresh stuff".

And again, right after she lost a lot of weight, "don't throw away your fat clothes".

As you can see, my marriage isn't what it could be, given I had a filter for my mouth.

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As you can see, my marriage isn't what it could be, given I had a filter for my mouth.
Didn't you mean, "Didn't have a filter for my mouth"?

Just askin'.

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It was a wet, slippery winter day and my wife was having a particularly difficult time getting into my F150 pickup. When she finally got in she mumbled something about her "old fat azz". Being the loving husband I promptly retorted, "Honey! You're not old!" I got a stare that easily defrosted the windows.

We still laugh about that one......

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