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What’s The Worst Valentine’s Gift You Ever Gave? February 12, 2009

Posted by daveintexas in Economics, Entertainment, Man Laws.
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A roll of paper towels. 

 

I’m not making this up.

 

I did put a bow on it.  That did not work.

 

 

What about you?

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1. Lipstick - February 12, 2009

Duuuude!

You win.

2. Worst Guy In The World - February 12, 2009

An STD.

3. kevlarchick - February 12, 2009

David,

DOGHOUSE.

GO.

4. geoff - February 12, 2009

I had a similar thought at the end of last year.

5. Lipstick - February 12, 2009

A calculator, Geoff?

6. daveintexas - February 12, 2009

I really thought it would be kinda cute.

They had hearts on them.

looks around

so this is what the doghouse is like.

7. Wickedpinto - February 12, 2009

should have lied and said that it was just a joke, becaues it’s taking longer for the earings to be shipped than you thought.

If she still looked angry, “Oh, and the bracelet. . . . ?”

Still angry, “with diamonds?”

slightly less angry. “Lots of diamonds?”

“SQUEEE! you are the best husband in the world.”

*inhales*

“No you can’t put the crap tree up in the front room.”

8. EnasYorl - February 12, 2009

Remember guys – you can never go wrong with nice jewelry.

9. skinbad - February 13, 2009

Niiiice, Enas. That got a EWWWWWW out of the Mrs.

I asked her what the worst VD gift was and she said she couldn’t say because they have all been so memorable. My eye-roll-detection-meter is pegged.

10. Wickedpinto - February 13, 2009

My eye-roll-detection-meter is pegged.

But you still don’t get it do you?

11. nicedeb - February 13, 2009

I just bought my husband some shaving cream…he needs some. I’m gonna put a bow on it. How’s that?

(I got him some after shave, too).

12. nicedeb - February 13, 2009

Oh, and Dave…did you WANT to sleep on the couch, that night?

13. Mrs. Peel - February 13, 2009

I probably would have laughed at the paper towels with bow tie, but then, I don’t take Valentine’s Day remotely seriously. Gotta know your audience, I guess. And THIS audience is totally giving her date a Crocodile Hunter-themed valentine tomorrow night. (I am pretty sure he will laugh.)

14. geoff - February 13, 2009

A calculator, Geoff?

A calculator with RPN, Lipstick. Just to show how much I respect her.

I thought the vacuum cleaner video was pretty funny, though.

15. Wickedpinto - February 13, 2009

I got him some after shave, too

Is it Axe?

16. Lipstick - February 13, 2009

RPN?

Nope, don’t want to know and I sure as heck won’t understand anyway.

Mr. L and I aren’t even doing cards this year — cause every day is Valentine’s Day.

*Pause to allow for retching*

Heh.

17. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

RPN Rulez!!!!!

Michael - February 13, 2009

Registered Practical Nurse?

Michael - February 13, 2009

Reverse Polish Notation?

18. Sobek - February 13, 2009

Really Perverted Nigerian?

19. geoff - February 13, 2009

Reverse Polish Notation?

That’s the one.

20. Sobek - February 13, 2009

Rice Pudding Nookie?

21. Sobek - February 13, 2009

Richard “Pusilanimous” Nixon?

22. Mrs. Peel - February 13, 2009

FYI, Lipstick, Reverse Polish Notation means that you enter the numbers first and then the operation. So to add 2 plus 3, you would do:
2 enter 3 enter +
instead of
2 + 3 equals.

23. Sobek - February 13, 2009

Raping Pupster’s Nose?

24. Sobek - February 13, 2009

Ready? PUNCH NOW!!!

25. Lipstick - February 13, 2009

Thank you, Mrs. Peel, for the lone sensible reply!

26. Mrs. Peel - February 13, 2009

Really? Pshaw, ’twas Nothing!

27. Michael - February 13, 2009

Really Pathetic . . .

. . .

(um)

. . .

. . .

Numbskull comments by Sobek, who does not know how to spell “pusillanimous”!

(Whew! That was work.)

28. Michael - February 13, 2009

FYI, Richard Nixon is a hero to me. When I was in college, my lottery number was 13 and my Selective Service classification was 1-A. I expected to be drafted upon graduation when my student deferment expired — meaning, I was bound for Vietnam. This was not something I really wanted to do, being recently married, and after having served my country with rigorous duties in a Boy Scout marching band.

But, by the time I graduated, the war was over, and the draft was over, following the Paris Peace Talks. All this happened on Nixon’s watch.

29. Michael - February 13, 2009

Of course, after the Paris Peace Talks, the ARVN collapsed and South Vietnam became a communist dictatorship. So maybe I should have been drafted. I’m conflicted about this 35 years later.

30. Michael - February 13, 2009

Bottom line — I’m proud that America has an all-volunteer military. I think it makes us stronger than resorting to conscripts. And I’m grateful to those who sign up to serve and take the oath to defend us against all enemies.

31. Michael - February 13, 2009

Thank you to Brewfan, Wickedpinto, Vmaximus, MCPO Airedale, Retired Geezer, and all the other veterans who show up here.

(I’m really just saying this to own the Recent Comments sidebar.)

32. Michael - February 13, 2009

Speaking about southeast Asia —

One thing I like about Cathy is that she buys and serves really good long-grain jasmine rice from Thailand.

It is nothing like Uncle Ben’s. A little more expensive, but well worth it. The nutty flavor and the fragrance is unmistakable, and really good.

I’m just sayin’, after all these years, Cathy is still my sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.

So, that’s a problem, because she likes to get a card, and I hate buying cards. Just hate it. I hate the entire card industry. It’s a stupid industry. Why not just say something?

Still, Cathy likes cards, so I go pick out a card. My system is to buy a card that is so sloppy-sentimental that it makes me nauseous, sign it, and give it to Cathy. This actually works.

I’m only telling you this because Cathy is busy tonight making rice and cleaning up a dog accident, so I doubt she will read this thread.

33. Michael - February 13, 2009

Here is an excellent rule of household governance: If you bring a dog home, you clean up after it.

I have never brought a dog home. Always knew that Cathy or the kids would get weak for a dog before me.

34. Mrs. Peel - February 13, 2009

I’m telling you guys, get Crocodile Hunter-themed cardboard valentines. They are the best.

35. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I hate to interrupt your domination of the recent comments Michael,
I have been playing Texas music to myself over at the hostages, they all left. Must be on Facebook or something. Anyway here is some Stevie Ray
Voodoo Chile

36. Michael - February 13, 2009

One good thing about being a smoker is that you can quickly kill the smell of dogshit in the air.

37. Michael - February 13, 2009

Aw, fuck you, Vmax and Mrs. Peel, I thought I had this site all to myself.

(Good song, though, Vmax.)

38. Michael - February 13, 2009

It’s kind of a shame that SRV’s greatest hits are Hendrix covers. He was an awesome talent in his own right.

39. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

Here is a reminder that Valentines day could be worse:
Still Got The Blues
He has that Texas Sound, but is Irish!

40. Michael - February 13, 2009

Never heard that song before, Vmax, but it is good.

Thanks!

41. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I agree. Texas Flood was a great song Was Superstition, and The Sky is Crying covers or original?

42. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I remember the sky is crying line from one of Hendrix songs

43. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I love old ZZ Top
la grange

44. Mrs. Peel - February 13, 2009

I have been cleaning all evening, and my house is almost clean. Unless you are OCD yourself, you cannot imagine what a weight off my shoulders that is.

All I have left to do tomorrow is some sweeping, vacuuming, and laundry, and clean out my car, and then I can make some cookies and get ready for my date. Yay!

btw…if I do come to the IBMMP…would you guys prefer Snickerdoodles or molasses crinkles? The latter taste kinda like gingersnaps.

45. Michael - February 13, 2009

Superstition is a Stevie Wonder cover. I don’t know nuthin’ about The Sky is Crying.

46. Cathy - February 13, 2009

would you guys prefer Snickerdoodles or molasses crinkles? The latter taste kinda like gingersnaps.

Guessin’ Michael will vote for Snickerdoodles

I’ll cancel his vote out by casting my ballot for Molasses Crinkles.
Either is good and nummy. Whatever. Just come, Lady.

*whispers*yeah*Peel might come to IBMMP*keep fingers crossed*

47. Cathy - February 13, 2009

My system is to buy a card that is so sloppy-sentimental that it makes me nauseous, sign it, and give it to Cathy. This actually works.

It works. Took him years to figure this out, but it works.

48. Michael - February 13, 2009

OK, I googled The Sky is Crying. SRV did not compose it. It was written by Elmore James and some other guys. Clapton did it too.

49. Michael - February 13, 2009

btw…if I do come to the IBMMP…would you guys prefer Snickerdoodles or molasses crinkles?

SNICKERDOODLES!

♪Snickerdoodles, Snikerdoodles, I ♥ Snickerdoodles . . .♫

. . .

I hope I have made myself clear.

50. Michael - February 13, 2009

Don’t be cheap with the cinnamon. Make them nice and cinammony.

51. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I know Stevie Wonder did Superstition, but it is so different.
Do you remember this? King Tut

52. Dave in Texas - February 13, 2009

well, to be fair guys, a 12 bar blues riff is sorta generic, ain’t it?

53. Michael - February 13, 2009

I think that’s why so many bands have covered Dylan’s All Along the Watchtower. It’s this hugely powerful anthemic chord sequence that you can do almost anything with, but it is not 12-bar blues.

54. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

Speaking of cinnamon this is a goth rock cover of cinnamon girl.
The rest of the bands songs are icky (anti christian) but this is cool

55. geoff - February 13, 2009

Guessin’ Michael will vote for Snickerdoodles

As will I. Totally and without reservation.

56. eddiebear - February 13, 2009

The wife bought me some Opus X cigars for our anniversary tomorrow. And some shower gel that makes me smell like red velvet cake.
MMmmmmm….red velvet cake.

57. eddiebear - February 13, 2009

And Peel:
Buckeyes always work.

Just sayin’

58. eddiebear - February 13, 2009

Ugh. I hate having to cut out my daughter’s Valentines for her German class. But at least I have Makers Mark.

59. vmaximus - February 13, 2009

I am out of MM drank it all tonight. I need to make a booze run.
Tomorrow.
I could smoke a cigar, but it would probably kick my A**, so I will call it a night. Smoke one tomorrow.

60. eddiebear - February 14, 2009

Night, vmax.

61. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

I just had an excellent meal at The Steak House at Treasure Island. Really really good. And the creme brulee (sp?) was the best I’ve ever had.

Yummy. And burp.

All that was lacking was SNICKERDOODLES.

62. Lipstick - February 14, 2009
63. kevlarchick - February 14, 2009

I went and saw Pretenders last night. Chrissie Hynde is still hot and that bitch still has major attitude. Love her.

64. Mrs. Peel - February 14, 2009

Snickerdoodles it is, then. They are my specialty – I make them for every family get-together.

I’m making molasses crinkles today (new guy will probably like them better than Snickerdoodles; I think his palate tends more toward the savory than the sweet). But I forgot the dough has to be chilled, so I’d better start making them pretty quick.

(I like the new guy so far. He asks questions, and listens to the answers. And remembers the answers. It’s pretty cool. We’ll see what happens.)

65. geoff - February 14, 2009

He asks questions, and listens to the answers. And remembers the answers.

There’s always some overachiever out there, raising the bar for the rest of us…

66. Cathy - February 14, 2009

I like the new guy so far. He asks questions, and listens to the answers. And remembers the answers. It’s pretty cool. We’ll see what happens.

Jury is still out on this one, Peel. Let’s see how long he remembers how you answered all those questions and whether he applies what he hears. K?

Glad you have plans and a new beau.

67. xbradtc - February 14, 2009

Michael,

Can I steal your comment #30 and expound a little on it at my place?

68. Michael - February 14, 2009

Sure, Brad.

I did not realize that you have an interest in Boy Scout marching bands.

69. Mrs. Peel - February 14, 2009

He remembered I don’t like broccoli, which I mentioned only in passing. So, bonus points there.

Dough is chilled – time to make some cookies!

70. Michael - February 14, 2009

I’m just like your new guy, Mrs. Peel, I always listen and pay attention.

HEY CATHY, WILL YOU GIMME A BEER AND A SAMMICH?

*Michael listens attentively*

71. Sammich Makins' - February 14, 2009

Michael

Noticed you grabbed that beer all by yourself,
leaving us here to fend for ourselves.

*no sign of Cathy*

72. Mrs. Peel - February 14, 2009

*made delicious, delicious cookies*

*killing time until date*

*hoping for smooches*

73. mesablue - February 14, 2009

*smooch.

There ya go.

74. Mrs. Peel - February 14, 2009

aw, thanks, mesa.

I got pulled over today for, get this, stopping slightly ahead of the crosswalk line. I looked at the cop like “WTF? That’s what you’re pulling me over for?” and he said, “I thought you might not be aware of that rule. Here’s your license and insurance. Have a nice day.” Um, okay? Thanks, Officer?

75. Dave in Texas - February 14, 2009

Chrissie Hynde.

whoooooaaa.

uh, s’cuse me.

76. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

*Michael listens attentively*

THAT’S FUNNY

BTW Michael, you are a big and fit guy for your age.

You also have the aggressive attitude, and powerful personality, I think you might have been even more awesome now, if you had been a Marine.

BTW you can shift service by more than a year, just by volunteering while in college, and since you are a lawyer type you could have been a JAG (ACK POOEY!) and never faced conflict directly other than in training, but even if you came in clean like Me and Mesa, open or grunt, then you would have learned a lot of things a lot sooner than you might have in the real world.

I have 2 regrets about my service in the Marines.

Number 2 is that I left.
Number 1 is that I didn’t go to war.

I volunteered EVERY FUCKING TIME we mobilized, and my theaters mobilized 17 fucking times.

Clinton was a SHITTY commander, I hate him for that.

and for the ladies? on VD

I didn’t give you VD.

YOU’RE WELCOME!

77. sandy burger - February 14, 2009

kevlarchick, you might like the song Spiritual High (State of Independence) by Moodswings, with Chrissie Hynde singing.

78. sandy burger - February 14, 2009

Mrs. Peel, overly cautious driving threatens the very fabric of our society. It’s criminal deviance. And, frankly, it’s un-American. You’re lucky you didn’t get pepper sprayed.

Don’t taze Mrs. Peel, bro!

Michael - February 14, 2009

Peel knows her rahts! Peel knows her rahts!!!

Michael - February 14, 2009

BTW you can shift service by more than a year, just by volunteering while in college, and since you are a lawyer type you could have been a JAG

I would have gone after undergrad, long before law school. But still, my plan was to beat the draft board before I got the “Greetings . . .” letter by volunteering, signing up for a longer hitch, and getting into OCS. I had recruiters offering me this deal, because when I went in for my physical and took the AFQT, I scored a 99. I started getting calls from recruiters.

For those of you who don’t know, the AFQT is (or was) a basic aptitude test, 100 questions, where they would show you, for example, pictures of a hammer, screwdriver, duck, and wrench, and ask you to pick the one that didn’t fit.

The 99 score still bothers me. I keep asking myself, which one of those moronic questions could I have blown?

79. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

I was 98.

80. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Armed forces qualitative test. it’s a represantive test, that shows how an individual performs in comparisson with the general publick.

81. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

It’s not 100 questions, it’s a combination of all tests in comparison with the general testing.

It’s like an IQ test, but the AFQT is actualy a SCORE, not an individual test.

It takes the GT the GE the GS and other tests’s, combines them mixes them up and and then creates a comparison against all others who took the test (btw more people take the asvab than the SAT) and compares scores against common scores.

a 99 is peak score, but mike was taking it during the time when the ASVAB was less common, and at a time when Nixon was still trying to recall MacNammara’s 100 thousand.

82. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Michael, thats not the AFQT, the AFQT is a SCORE!

You took a SEVERAL hundred question course, probably took you about 9 hours assigned, but since you are smart,you probably only put in about 90 minutes of effort, like I did.

You took the ASVAB.

Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery.

The AFQT is “Armed Forces Qualitative Battery.”

It’s a combination of various scores in the ASVAB to define your position in comparisson to others who have taken the test.

You were in the 99 percentile (highest rating) because you were a little smarter than the other people who weren’t retards.

My AFQT was 98, my brothers was 97, we actually occasionaly talk shit about that stuff randomly.

The questions you are representing are based on the . . . I don’t know the lesser tests well, but the “what would you use on this” with a picture of a nut or a bolt, and then A is a screwdriver, B is a wrentch C is a drill etc.

That is based on the “general technical” test, and the GT portions of the test are NOT all that simple, you are misrepresenting the test.

It’s a full battery of testing, that takes more than a full day of work to take, or rather, administer, cuz some people are retarded.

When I took my asvab, I was done with the test and a guy next to me started to do that stressful sigh shit, and I turned to him and said, “You’re shitting me? You don’t know how to use a fucking wrench?”

I got sent out of the room (THANK GOD!)

John Kerry might think that the Military is for morons, but there are a lot of smart motherfuckers who didn’t go to yale with John Kerry, and obviously they are much smarter.

Sorry for the verbosity.

83. geoff - February 14, 2009

My parents saved all my old test stuff and gave me the folder a few years ago. Just looked at it: yup, there’s my old ASVAB scores.

From 1976.

Michael - February 14, 2009

It’s not 100 questions, it’s a combination of all tests in comparison with the general testing.

Maybe now. When I took it during the Vietnam War, they were basically just trying to screen out people who could not figure out how to pull a trigger with the barrel pointed in the right general direction. Meaning, they would not draft the severely retarded.

During my memorable day at Fort Wayne in Detroit for my draft physical, I met a couple of those people. A couple of guys who had already flunked twice. They were trying to volunteer, and were all nervous because when I chatted with them they were going to make their third, and last, attempt to pass this test and get into the Army. (You could only try three times, after that the Army would not take you.) Both had recently been fired from their jobs. The one guy I remember most had a job sweeping up at a gas station, and got fired, so he wanted to be in the Army.

84. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

The AFQT is like state comprehension tests.

Hidden within the tests are questions meant to challenge you outside of the value of the test it self.

I took the ISTEP EVERY YEAR cuz the state government couldn’t make up there minds.

The ISTEP is a general test of basic comprehension of subjects, but hidden within the test are particular tests for intelligence.

I basicaly took an IQ test (even though my parents DELIBERATELY avoided me taking IQ tests(“He’s too smart (I think pops probably said He’s too fucking smart.) and I don’t want him to know, just let him be a normal boy.”) every year

The school told my parents, and my parents told them to shut the fuck up, almost every year I was allowed advancement, but mom and dad shut that shit down (probably cuz I was a scrapper, they didn’t want me to get my ass kicked)

Anyways.

The AFQT is a hidden IQ test just like in the ISTEP, for a broad spectrum aptitude battery.

85. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

basicaly mike?

If your AFQT was 99, you are one smart mother fucker.

Mine was 98, so I too am one smart mother fucker, though _I_ got a few trick questions, cuz there is no way in hell you are smarter than I am, you retard.!

86. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Those guys are all over the place michael.

Had a guy SWEATING! about the test, “last time I only got a twenty seven.”

I wanted to scream WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU EVEN HERE YOU RETARD!

But he was a nice kid, and he didn’t want to join to get away from something, he was a true believer, but, there was no way in hell, he was gonna get it, even with us retarded Marines.

I knew the rules from the time I was a child, my father was shot towards, and he shot towards others, it’s in my bones.

But this very nice guy, I kinda felt bad for, because he was a fucking idiot, even though he had a highschool diploma, and I didn’t, that didn’t register in my head until later.

I was good, I was VERY GOOD, and in fact, I was one of the BEST!

87. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

and 99% is the top scale for the AFQT.

You can’t be in the 100 percentile, because NOONE is in the 100 percentile,. . . .it’s a math thing.

Michael - February 14, 2009

it’s a math thing.

I’m glad to hear that, because for 35+ years I’ve been wondering. Was there a multiple choice question where the premise was: If A=B and B=C, then A=?

And my answer was: A=a duck.

88. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

blame Kennedy and Johnson for the 100K,

Not nixon.

89. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Mac was shown, and he showed himself as a fucking hero of the Cuban Missile Crisis, but he was a fucking degenerate who hated the military.

He thought any retard that could pull a trigger was just as good as anyone else.

90. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

If I could walk away without prosecution, I would put a bullet in Mac’s head right fucking now.

Would have been better if I put a bullet in his head 47 years ago.

91. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

Mr. L was 99 too. He had recruiters beating down his door.

/bragging

92. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Longstick was bragging?

93. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

I told brad about how I enlisted, and brad, as a long time recruiter, could testify to my attitudes.

94. Dave in Texas - February 14, 2009

I paid a poor person to take my test for me.

95. Michael - February 14, 2009

Paid a poor person? That was a waste of money.

During Vietnam, the urban legend was that you should drink a gallon of carrot juice every day during the week you before you showed up for your physical, so your skin would look all yellow. The idea was that the docs would think you had jaundice and disqualify you.

96. xbradtc - February 14, 2009

‘pinto, I’m fairly certain I remember you from when you did enlist. Your name rang a bell pretty loudly when I first learned it.

Michael, the ASVAB test itself hasn’t changed much since it was first instituted in 1976. The percentile’s get ajusted but it really doesn’t move much.

The previous AFQT was very similar to the current AFQT portion of the ASVAB.

And ‘pinto? I got a 99.

Twice.

97. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

Longstick was bragging?

Nah, I was. I do that.

98. wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Longstick is a good man, for having a woman that can brag for him.

99. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

Thank you Pinto. He sure doesn’t like to talk himself up, but I like to. 🙂

100. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

and when you do I bet UP HE GOES!

IYKWIMAITYD.

101. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

IATW

heh.

(First two words: It’s Always)

102. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

HEH,

You are a good girl from what I know.

You taught KC how to shoot, and she likes revolvers.

103. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Good girl.

104. BrewFan - February 14, 2009

During the Vietnam era swallowing a small piece of aluminum foil would show up on an x-ray like an ulcer. Taking aspirin with a large Coke supposedly raised your BP. I volunteered but was in at the tail end of the draft so I met a lot of wannabe draft dodgers. Half of my BCT platoon were draftees.

105. Lipstick - February 14, 2009

KC totally knew how to shoot when I met her. She kicked ass.

I shot my .38 revolver and she used a 9 mm, if I recall correctly. And (ahem, cough) I think she out shot me.

*suppressing memory*

106. daveintexas - February 14, 2009

Maybe she got herself a handler?

If she shows us all how to bump fire an SKS we’ll know.

107. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

KC said the first time she shot was with you, IIRC.

108. Wickedpinto - February 14, 2009

Also, I think brad and I did run into eachother when I enlisted.

I spent ONE day less then an hour in the office, and as I was entering the office’s I ran into someone who meats Brad’s description, and I sorta knocked him to the side (I was slim, but I was still an arrogant fuck state wresltler) and I apologized, and I was asked by the guy I knocked to the side, “gonna join the army?”

“Marine Corps.”
“Very well welcome.”

A very courtly gentleman.

109. Michael - February 14, 2009

A very courtly gentleman.

And now he comments at The Hostages. How is it that we let our veterans sink to such depths of depravity?

110. eddiebear - February 15, 2009

Brad was lured in by the offer of copious nekkidicity, only to discover that it was free range cattle instead.

Sadly, they stole his passport, and he is stuck there.

111. xbradtc - February 15, 2009

I can quit any time I want.

Honest.

112. daveintexas - February 15, 2009

>> who meats Brad’s description

Ok, I’ll just move on to the question. Was this recruiting station at a Post Office? Did you spend any time looking at pictures up on the wall?

113. kevlarchick - February 15, 2009

I shot guns maybe one time before meeting Lipstick. In Vegas I had a handler with me – I don’t think she did. She shot left and right handed, loaded, etc. She rocked.

I still could not do that then. Pups loaded the 9mm for me, and Dave the Kimber. I still struggle with the slide and loading the clip.

114. daveintexas - February 15, 2009

A woman that can kill you with either hand is a ninja chick to be respected. And give chocolate, as circumstances warrant.

Actually I recall KC’s shooting acumen from last year during the IBSBP shootout. She was focused, picked her shot, squeezed the trigger. Had you been a bad guy on the receiving end, you’d be another dead goblin.

115. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

How is it that we let our veterans sink to such depths of depravity?

because our commanders suck, and we aren’t allowed to serve.

116. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

you are just firghtened of the process KC.

I saw you shoot, you had no problem shooting, you were just uncomfortable with theprocess.

117. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

Ask your Wife Boyscout!

118. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

random thing.

My best VD gift was NOT giiving her VD and telling her “I love y ou.”

119. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

something about chicks yout love, when you tell them you love them?

they get all squishy, which means MAD PUSSY.

or am I confusing things?

120. Wickedpinto - February 15, 2009

I’ll hit it.

121. Russ from Winterset - February 15, 2009

Can’t really offer up a “worst gift” nominee, but I do have a “worst date idea” one to share.

Back in the mid-90’s, I took a former GF (who didn’t end up married to me) to see “From Dusk ’til Dawn” on Valentine’s Day.

122. daveintexas - February 15, 2009

Back in the mid 70s, I took a girl, not really a GF, to go see Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland in “From Noon Till Three”.

Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen. Cept maybe for “Out of Africa”.

She still smooched me goodnight. But it was a mercy kiss.

123. Mrs. Peel - February 15, 2009

I didn’t get any smooches last night 😦 But he was sick last weekend, and he didn’t seem to be completely 100%, so it was probably for the best. But now I’m all frustrated because for various reasons, it’s going to be at least 3 weeks before we can go out again.

On the other hand, there is someone who is supposed to call me when he gets back in town (tomorrow-ish) and will probably ask me on a date, so at least I won’t spend all that time sitting at home like a loser.

124. Lipstick - February 15, 2009

Too bad on the no smooches, great on the playing the field!

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