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For the woman who has everything

DanHolohan
DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,491
<A HREF="http://www.carolynforsman.com/product.cfm?item_id=106">What every Wethead needs!</A>
Retired and loving it.

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  • jim sokolovic
    jim sokolovic Member Posts: 439
    Do they make one large enough...

    to cover Rosie O'donnel's face?
  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,491
    Now, now,

    let's not pick on the newlyweds! ;-)
    Retired and loving it.
  • jim sokolovic
    jim sokolovic Member Posts: 439
    I'd just like to see something...

    pleasant-looking on the front page of the paper, just once. I hear that in England they offer something that "helps a guy get up in the morning" on page 1 or 2!
  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,491
    Reminds me of a story.

    My dear, departed friend, Irving Levi, who was a fine mentor, took me out to visit one of his customers one day. The woman in question was the nastiest, most vile person I ever met in my life. All the while we were with her she did nothing but scream at old Irving. He just kept smiling at her and nodding his head in agreement. He told her he would take care of everything (and he would).

    When we got out to his car I asked him how he could be in the company of such a horrible person and still manage to smile.

    He said to me, "It's easy, Dan. I just look at her when she's screaming and I think that I could be married to this woman. And then I realize that I'm not . . . and that makes me smile!" ;-)

    Gosh, I miss that man.
    Retired and loving it.
  • jim sokolovic
    jim sokolovic Member Posts: 439
    Sounds better than lamenting...

    that the grass is greener on the other side!
  • Ex Maine Doug
    Ex Maine Doug Member Posts: 162
    After all, marriage is the primary

    cause of divorce
  • Jeff Lawrence_24
    Jeff Lawrence_24 Member Posts: 593
    Wetstock in Chicago

    When I had my bride (of almost 20 years) with me in Chicago for WetStock, we went out to eat by ourselves. No kids, no fellow wetheads, no interruptions. We looked at the menu and they had Chicken with Radiator Pasta. I kid you not.

    You can’t get that in Atlanta!
  • Cosmo_2
    Cosmo_2 Member Posts: 43
    NIce!!

    That radiator looks like it will do a heck of a job!! I remember growing up we had our breakfast table set up against a column radiator and my seat was right up against the radiator. Mighhty cozy in the winter!!!!


    Cosmo
    Cosmo
  • Dave Palmer_3
    Dave Palmer_3 Member Posts: 388
    make

    a great tie tack
  • kevin coppinger_4
    kevin coppinger_4 Member Posts: 2,124
    what a neat use....

    for F&M plates...Does that work off of the baseboard loop too? kpc

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  • paul lessard_3
    paul lessard_3 Member Posts: 186
    In and out

    this zone is just one room and the sofa blocks most of the baseboard .I also put one in next to my computer with mono-flo tees

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