To Be 6 Again  

rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
7027 posts
2/24/2006 6:03 am

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To Be 6 Again

A man was sitting on the edge of the bed, observing his wife turning back and forth, looking at herself in the mirror. Since her birthday was not far off, he asked what she'd like to have for her Birthday. I'd like to be six again, she replied, still looking in the mirror.

On the morning of her Birthday, he arose early, made her a nice big bowl of Lucky Charms, and then took her to Six Flags theme park.

What a day! He put her on every ride in the park; the Death Slide, the Wall of Fear, the Screaming Monster Roller Coaster... everything there was. Five hours later they staggered out of the theme park. Her head was reeling and her stomach felt upside down.

He then took her to a McDonald's where he ordered her a Happy Meal with extra fries and a chocolate shake. Then it was off to a movie, popcorn, a soda pop, and her favorite candy, M&M's.

What a fabulous adventure! Finally she wobbled home with her husband and collapsed into bed exhausted.

He leaned over his wife with a big smile and lovingly asked, Well dear, what was it like being six again??

Her eyes slowly opened and her expression suddenly changed.
I meant my Dress Size, you dumb ass!!

The moral of the story: Even when a man is listening, he is going to get it wrong.


sillyperv 54M

2/24/2006 7:55 am

Well, at least we're trying. (Oh, and you know he had way more fun than his wife)


StaynHardnHot 42M
305 posts
2/24/2006 8:34 am

Good luck with the new place Kelli , dont stay away too long my friend..

Chris


whats4dessert2 49M

2/24/2006 8:41 am

This is funny because it’s accurate.

True story....my wife is of Chinese decent and, if you’ve ever been to a Chinese wedding you’ll know that, during the dinner, the guests and wedding party play little games with the bride and groom.

My wife’s siblings invented this little newlywed game where they asked us a whole bunch of questions and we had to answer them. For each that we wrote down the same answer, we were rewarded and for each one we didn’t match on we had to perform some silly trick (usually with heavy sexual connotations involved).

Most of the questions were pretty standard stuff. “Where was your first kiss?” “What is ‘whats4dessert’s’ favorite meal” etc. We wrote down our answers as the questions were asked and were confident we were going to match on most of them.

Then they asked “Whose fault was your last argument?” I hesitated, held pencil over paper and replied with the only answer that I knew I could…..”It’s ALWAYS my fault”

To this particular question my wife had written “HIS fault”

The judges considered it a match.


gnr8nrg 45M

2/24/2006 8:52 am

That's too funny and possibly true.


fantasylover_05 62M

2/24/2006 9:40 am

That is funny!!

Thanks

Hope all the unpacking and archeological expedition is going well!!! LOL LOL


NSAAddict 42F

2/24/2006 9:49 am

LOL, great one! At least they try to listen every once in awhile


muscles4u2have 54M
1642 posts
2/24/2006 12:09 pm

LMAO, Okay I'm guilty too. Only difference would have been Cocco Puffs instead!!


aascrompn 42M
6444 posts
2/24/2006 1:49 pm

No shit! I'm always wrong!


SlowPlayin 50M

2/24/2006 2:36 pm

Kelly,
You wonderful, intelligent, obstinate, sometimes sweet, mostly bratty, but altogether gorgeous woman ... I'm giving you an assignment ... find THREE things nice to say about men in general or I'm going to have the person who knows the person who knows the MAN send the BLOG SQUAD and who knows what'll happen then ... remember, I know the person who knows the person who knows THE MAN

Jim


Sister_Act_4_You 37F/37F

2/24/2006 3:15 pm

Oh! I did not see where that was going....that was simply hilarious!!


rm_ricop1379 37M

2/24/2006 3:29 pm

Well, at some point during the Wall of Fear she could have just asked her husband why he decided to take her to Six Flags on her birthday.

Miscommunication is a two way street.

Still a funny story. *thumbs up*

whats4dessert2 - Hilarious


whats4dessert2 49M

2/24/2006 9:02 pm

TTigerAtty...you've hit the nail on the head...like I said in my response above..."It's always our fault".


KDR305 46M/46F

2/24/2006 9:21 pm

Horrible.

Mean.

And nasty.

All in good fun, I know. (still smiling)

Still horribly mean though.

You're way to fine to be playing tricks like that on us poor unsuspecting, vulnerable men.

Did I sell that enough?

Good one, kel.

Still funny, even though a size 6 would be like tent for you!

~K


Nightguy_1961 55M
4866 posts
2/24/2006 9:21 pm

Robert A. Heinlein created a character, Lazarus Long, who loved life so much, he lived forever. Long wrote several quotes...and one seems to fit the story you told:

#1 SECRET TO A HAPPY RELATIONSHIP FOR MEN

Men...if you are in an argument with your wife/girlfriend/significant other...and you realize that you are right and she is wrong...

...apologize immediately
...shut your damn mouth
...and never bring up the subject again

NG...keeping his head down in his foxhole in the battle between the sexes.


rm_phoenixRizn 47F

2/25/2006 9:20 am

This is so funny! I've always found it to be true!


rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
2/25/2006 11:45 am

poor men! we give them such a hard time ....



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tillerbabe 55F

2/26/2006 12:18 am

I wouldn't mind a bowl full of Lucky Charms.....LOL!


rm_1hotwahine 62F
21091 posts
2/26/2006 8:59 pm

Absolutely true. But we sure like them, don't we?

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]


rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
5220 posts
3/1/2006 11:00 pm

Nightguy - Heinlein was right. If men want a quick and easy primer on women, they could do worse than read "The Notebook of Lazarus Long"

wahine - yes, we do!

freelove - it's so much fun. Other than being natural heaters, it's one of their major positive attributes ... oh, and there's that marvelous little appendage they have ...

As to the comments by men here - don't you know that even if you get it right, we probably won't tell you. We have to keep you trying harder ...


DLiscious2 48M/42F

3/2/2006 12:23 pm

<snort> Funny. D listens, happily. For Christmas he got me gifts that touched every part of my life and personality--every single one. I've never been understood like that before. Still, loved your story!


BigBoobLuver23 44M

3/2/2006 5:28 pm

LMAO! That was great. As to Heinlein, my late father told me, from the time I was tall enough to listen that 'You're wrong and she is right' with regards to relationships is the only possibility. I'll have to check out Notebook of Lazarus Long, though I'm more of a Starship Troopers fan (the book, not that vapid piece of crap passing for a movie).


rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
5220 posts
3/2/2006 9:09 pm

BigBoobLuver - the Notebook is a compilation done from Heinlein's writings throughout his career. Basically, it's his philosophy. If you like Starship Troopers, you'll love it.

I have always loved his description of the juvenile justice system in Starship Troopers. The analogy about house training a puppy ... so true.


FunandFrisky79 41M/36F

3/4/2006 2:39 am

LMFAO! Great story!!! Personally, I would've loved a day at the amusement park for my birthday!!! It's been WAY too long since I've been! And, I absolutey LOVE roller coasters!!!

Anyway, getting back to the point, at least he made an attempt to give her what he thought she wanted. That says alot! Fortunately, my man always pays attention when it comes to my desires, hopes, and dreams. He may not always listen very well when I bitch about work or talk about a conversation I had with a friend, but he always knows just what to do to put a smile on my face. Whether it be gifts, gestures, or something as simple as a an "I love you, baby" and a kiss.

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