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Christmas gifts

Postby littlebeaver » Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:44 am



With hopes that our loved ones will read this, I would like to know three items you would like for X-mas or you can really use...Please list the three items, you see Santa can't get these items unless he or she really knows what you need...I shall start...1. good quality drill bits of all sizes 2. New front chrome cover for my windshield. 3. Bag of good beef jerky[ homemade].. please be practicle.. :D



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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby actionpack » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:56 am

goldwing trike , good health , and a boat load of money
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby themainviking » Thu Dec 08, 2011 7:47 am

I just got those drill bits - sorry Beav... and I cannot think of another friggin thing I want, :lol:
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby dingdong » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:12 am

Wow! I'm sitting here thinking and can't come up with anything important. ??? :shock: :? My wife and I don't spend much money on each other. Usually just some trinkets so we have presents to open. We are content just having each other. A hug or two and a Merry Christmas does the trick for me.
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Steve F » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:36 am

dingdong wrote:Wow! I'm sitting here thinking and can't come up with anything important. ??? :shock: :? My wife and I don't spend much money on each other. Usually just some trinkets so we have presents to open. We are content just having each other. A hug or two and a Merry Christmas does the trick for me.

My wife and I are pretty much the same, and are content watching the grandkids open things on Christmas morning.
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby themainviking » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:45 am

Steve F wrote:
dingdong wrote:Wow! I'm sitting here thinking and can't come up with anything important. ??? :shock: :? My wife and I don't spend much money on each other. Usually just some trinkets so we have presents to open. We are content just having each other. A hug or two and a Merry Christmas does the trick for me.

My wife and I are pretty much the same, and are content watching the grandkids open things on Christmas morning.


Yep, pretty much the way it is round here too, but we have to travel 300 miles to have Christmas with the grandkids. As this is Canada, we have a store known as Canadian Tire, where a man can spend far, far too much money on himself. :lol: and all way before Christmas ever rolls around. More Tools - More Power.
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Re: Christmas gifts

Postby littlebeaver » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:17 am

themainviking wrote:I just got those drill bits - sorry Beav... and I cannot think of another friggin thing I want, :lol:

Not even something good to eat??? :shock: Or drink....Ok.... name 3 things you would like....World peace maybe.... Linda Carter maybe, Candy, soda , beer, Taco's... :lol: :lol: Come on guy's your killing me here, 3 things..Fishing stuff, hunting stuff.hand warmers, new hat, trailer, hitch, music, oil filters, oil..Come on guy's...you gotta need something...Dyna beads..polish. Pie...How's your loved one supposed to know what you want... :lol:

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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby WingAdmin » Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:19 pm

Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Steve F » Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:08 pm

WingAdmin wrote:Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

Wonder Bosom?
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby themainviking » Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:56 pm

littlebeaver wrote:Not even something good to eat??? :shock: Or drink....Ok.... name 3 things you would like....World peace maybe.... Linda Carter maybe, Candy, soda , beer, Taco's... :lol: :lol: Come on guy's your killing me here, 3 things..Fishing stuff, hunting stuff.hand warmers, new hat, trailer, hitch, music, oil filters, oil..Come on guy's...you gotta need something...Dyna beads..polish. Pie...How's your loved one supposed to know what you want... :lol:


Well if you wanna push that hard then okay, I could use some dyna beads (but five ounces is only $10 and I have five ounces here) and I like pie, so I could always go for a pie, except I just finished one, along with some butter tarts. If I was not so married, (42 years at it, so pretty much trained by now) I wouldn't mind having Jeananne Goosen for a short good time, :lol: Linda Carter is pretty old nowadays, so not so much. World Peace??? Well, being a Veteran, which I could never have been with world peace going on, so nah. War is good for the economy, :lol: . I was never a Fisherman, but six years ago, before I stopped hunting, I would have jumped on that sorta stuff. I think I am quite a bit older than you are Beav, so I probably just have too much stuff already. Hawwwwww, snork. I can always use more tools tho. So one - tools, two - tools and three - some more tools. But no drill bits... I already got a set of 230 in nineteen sizes. :lol:
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby wally » Thu Dec 08, 2011 4:17 pm

A 1500 (two wheeler or trike), battery tender, and some riding gear for my wife and myself. Not being greedy but when I get to thinking about it there are a lot more than three things I wouldn't mind having, but budget constraints come into play!

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Re: Christmas gifts

Postby littlebeaver » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:10 pm

WingAdmin wrote:Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

Yahhhhh Wonder Women ...Or maybe Ginger ....from GI...

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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby skier » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:43 pm

littlebeaver wrote:
WingAdmin wrote:Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

Yahhhhh Wonder Women ...Or maybe Ginger ....from GI...


How about Marcia, Marcia, Marcia..

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Postby trike lady » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:45 pm

I hope I don't get what I got last year this year.
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Steve F » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:51 pm

littlebeaver wrote:
WingAdmin wrote:Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

Yahhhhh Wonder Women ...Or maybe Ginger ....from GI...
Actually, I thought Maryann was hotter.....Ginger had too much makeup and was plastic. :mrgreen:
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Sally » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:07 pm

The first would havfta been LESS stress.I just don't get in the Holiday mood. The second for people I (we) know to stop passing away. The last month at my wife place of work lost three at my work one dear friend and this week my son girl friend mother at 49 yoa car crash black ice. all five were less than fifty..Third would be a great christmas day with my wife and kids and for everyone to have the same kinda day.MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE... Sally

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Postby actionpack » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:10 pm

Sally wrote:The first would havfta been LESS stress.I just don't get in the Holiday mood. The second for people I (we) know to stop passing away. The last month at my wife place of work lost three at my work one dear friend and this week my son girl friend mother at 49 yoa car crash black ice. all five were less than fifty..Third would be a great christmas day with my wife and kids and for everyone to have the same kinda day.MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE... Sally

them were 3 of the greatess wishes so far , thumbsup
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Postby littlebeaver » Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:30 pm

Sally wrote:The first would havfta been LESS stress.I just don't get in the Holiday mood. The second for people I (we) know to stop passing away. The last month at my wife place of work lost three at my work one dear friend and this week my son girl friend mother at 49 yoa car crash black ice. all five were less than fifty..Third would be a great christmas day with my wife and kids and for everyone to have the same kinda day.MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE... Sally

That is just a great wish, most Awesome...that's the spirit... :D Sometimes I just sit and stare at the tree and think about stuff in the past and I try to forsee the future, I know what you mean about people passing I have lost more than I wish to say..I treat each day as if it were my last...

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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby littlebeaver » Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:49 pm

Steve F wrote:
littlebeaver wrote:
WingAdmin wrote:Linda Carter??? You mean Wonder Woman?

Yahhhhh Wonder Women ...Or maybe Ginger ....from GI...
Actually, I thought Maryann was hotter.....Ginger had too much makeup and was plastic. :mrgreen:

Well you are correct Mary Ann is sweet and nice and good and pure ect. Ginger, well :shock: put it this way...I would run my little happy butt home from school just to see Ginger, I was 10 and I was I love...She was just Smoken...But I could trade her in for Barbra Eden or maybe EllieMae, or Samatha...

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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Al Waters » Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:07 am

I got my Christmas present today. My wife has been in leg casts for the last 53 weeks and an arm cast for two months. The leg cast came off today for good. No more prescriptions drugs either which was messing her up. She is good now. We are going for a ride tomorrow on my 2009 Gold Wing I bought a couple of months a go. I am looking forward to a nice ride and a nice lunch date. I have my Christmas. Thank you very much.

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Postby littlebeaver » Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:02 am

Al Waters wrote:I got my Christmas present today. My wife has been in leg casts for the last 53 weeks and an arm cast for two months. The leg cast came off today for good. No more prescriptions drugs either which was messing her up. She is good now. We are going for a ride tomorrow on my 2009 Gold Wing I bought a couple of months a go. I am looking forward to a nice ride and a nice lunch date. I have my Christmas. Thank you very much.

Al Waters

Oh my gosh man, Your poor wife, 53 weeks, I can't imagine what she went thru...Merry Christmas to you and your wife...that qualifies for three wishes...I assume she was in a auto accident?

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Postby themainviking » Fri Dec 09, 2011 6:56 am

Al Waters wrote:I got my Christmas present today. My wife has been in leg casts for the last 53 weeks and an arm cast for two months. The leg cast came off today for good. No more prescriptions drugs either which was messing her up. She is good now. We are going for a ride tomorrow on my 2009 Gold Wing I bought a couple of months a go. I am looking forward to a nice ride and a nice lunch date. I have my Christmas. Thank you very much.

Al Waters


Now there is something good for Christmas. 53 weeks of leg casts must have been pure hell, and the drugs are worse. Please be sure to let us know how she liked the ride on the new bike.
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby Bogator » Fri Dec 09, 2011 7:06 am

AL, I am glad to here this, I don't know you are your wife . but I am gonna ad ya'll to my prayer list, I sure hope that all things work out for ya'll, I think I'll put ya on the church list also. GOD BLESS-----sorry I got off the post---OK--I live by myself so ----I have nothing in mind for CHRISTMAS, but I wish for good health for myself and GODS WILL for us all---and if you need a prayer, just let me know--my e-mail address is ------jamesclay352@gmail.com-----have a great day all.
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Re: X-mas gifts

Postby kerrsys » Fri Dec 09, 2011 7:34 pm

My Christmas wish is that the Politically Correct crowd gives it a break for a few weeks. In this way, kids can sing Christmas carols in schools again, Shop Keepers can advertise "Christmas Sales" and folks can actually say "Merry Christmas" to eachother without feeling like they broke a law. Let's take the "X" out of Christmas and not worry about offending those of different faiths, as we celebrate our own...It can be simple. But, that's just me.

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Re: Christmas gifts

Postby littlebeaver » Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:50 pm

kerrsys wrote:My Christmas wish is that the Politically Correct crowd gives it a break for a few weeks. In this way, kids can sing Christmas carols in schools again, Shop Keepers can advertise "Christmas Sales" and folks can actually say "Merry Christmas" to eachother without feeling like they broke a law. Let's take the "X" out of Christmas and not worry about offending those of different faiths, as we celebrate our own...It can be simple. But, that's just me.

Ok, I was just lazy and shortened it, I will see if I can correct that...Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to ya... :D




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