I thought I had lost him


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I thought I had lost him

Postby ricconhan » Fri Mar 27, 2015 6:09 pm





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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby roadwanderer2 » Fri Mar 27, 2015 6:35 pm

well, all I can say to that is if she was my wife, and as beautiful as she is, the bike would be 2nd on my list of "things to be thinking about" for the evening especially being out at a romantic dinner with her. call me old fashioned, but my wife ALWAYS comes FIRST, everything else is secondary. that was very rude and selfish of him putting his motorcycle before his lovely wife.

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby themainviking » Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:13 am

roadwanderer2 wrote:well, all I can say to that is if she was my wife, and as beautiful as she is, the bike would be 2nd on my list of "things to be thinking about" for the evening especially being out at a romantic dinner with her. call me old fashioned, but my wife ALWAYS comes FIRST, everything else is secondary. that was very rude and selfish of him putting his motorcycle before his lovely wife.

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby roadwanderer2 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 8:05 am

'mornin Viking:

I can understand that. I've been a motorcycle enthusiast for a long time, but im not by any means a "biker" and I've also been married before. this is my 2nd go 'round being married. I guess im just an old fashioned guy that puts his wife before anything else.

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby seelyark1 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 9:50 am

At least he has her snowed. :lol: Now, on here you can tell us the real truth.. :o



if Momma ain't happy, nobodys happy ;)
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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby roadwanderer2 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:12 am

seelyark1 wrote:At least he has her snowed. :lol: Now, on here you can tell us the real truth.. :o



if Momma ain't happy, nobodys happy ;)


ok, here's the real truth.......I guess im just an old fashioned guy that puts his wife before anything else :mrgreen:. my EX wife didn't understand that, that's why she's my EX wife. maybe our age difference had something to do with it?

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby seelyark1 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:16 am

47 years doing the same thing, :D Now I have to go ride the bike to help her. ;)
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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby Mag » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:17 am

Ya, I am a biker turned enthusiast....and my wife did not know me during my biker days. I was lucky when we first got together I told her she had to at least learn to drive a motorcycle in case I am not able to.....so she got the "bug" way back then. She is afraid of the bike now because it is so large and she does not have the confidence. When I gave up my bike for 7 years and then wanted to get one again, she was all for it.

Advantage for me since she knows what it feels like, and yes.....if she is happy, I am happy. Took a while for that rule to sink in :roll:

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby ram11397 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:55 pm

LOL i thought that was funny................. since this is Just for Fun section.

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby ricconhan » Sat Mar 28, 2015 6:54 pm

It was intended purely as a joke....I also put my wife and family first..just kind of shows the different ways men and women think though. It was just a little joke. I thought it was rather humorous.
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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby Oldbear » Mon Mar 30, 2015 11:36 pm

My wife would know that the "other girl" (after her and my daughter) was causing my grief... Often she is standing in her leathers helping me get it going, or returning after dropping off the kids so we can ride (that has happen twice now) to find me with tools in hand... :(

And yes women think different than men. We have a book that talks about that difference. "Women are like spaghetti, men are like waffles." It fits.
My wife is the greatest - she won't let me sell my bike - I'm less grumpy when I ride...

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby roadwanderer2 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 6:46 am

Oldbear wrote:My wife would know that the "other girl" (after her and my daughter) was causing my grief... Often she is standing in her leathers helping me get it going, or returning after dropping off the kids so we can ride (that has happen twice now) to find me with tools in hand... :(

And yes women think different than men. We have a book that talks about that difference. "Women are like spaghetti, men are like waffles." It fits.


lol @ "Women are like spaghetti, men are like waffles."

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby wlkjr » Sat May 09, 2015 9:23 pm

Reminds me of the adage: No matter how beautiful a woman is, there's a man who's tired of putting up with her stuff. :lol:

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby roadwanderer2 » Sun May 10, 2015 6:56 am

wlkjr wrote:Reminds me of the adage: No matter how beautiful a woman is, there's a man who's tired of putting up with her stuff. :lol:



woman, ya cant live with em, ya cant live without em and ya cant shoot em :).

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Re: I thought I had lost him

Postby seelyark1 » Sun May 10, 2015 9:41 am

roadwanderer2 wrote:
wlkjr wrote:Reminds me of the adage: No matter how beautiful a woman is, there's a man who's tired of putting up with her stuff. :lol:



woman, ya cant live with em, ya cant live without em and ya cant shoot em :).

stuart.


Must be something wrong with your sights :lol: . My wife once tried to shoot an opossum and the gun wouldn't fire. So she used it like a club and beat it to death. Mind you the rifle was loaded! Found the time to teach her how to take off the safety and use it correctly. Now the critters don't have a chance. :D I took the scope off and put it in a hydraulic press to straighten it back out, and it works fine,,, :o


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