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I think most husbands are scared to death when they hear the footsteps of a question coming from the wife. Are you terrified when you hear these words "I need to talk to you?"
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That's because the only time those words get said is if there is a big problem. Dum-dum-duuum!!!!
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scary words would be : I want to buy this HON,
and I want to talk to you NOW!
and ryankett is right! always right!
I find it pretty funny when I really stop and take a look at the interactions between most men and women. I spent a few minutes talking with a few men this Independance Day. It seemed to me that most of the guys I spoke with had a big laugh and agreed that they really do try to avoid those big conversations. They would prefer to just keep rolling and ignore as much as possible. Many times it is a good idea to just ignore the little stuff.
To say the truth, yes I was terrified when she talked "I need to talk". But not now.
I don't think my husband is terrified of anything I say. But I'd be curious to see what he says to his buddies about this. haha
Are most husband terrified of their wives? *most- means more than the average. So, certainly no.
this is a joke. NO MAN HAVE ANY FEAR OF ANY WIVES. none. for the most part that they love them they just at time don't want to he them telling him about thing that make no sense save to a woman and just don't want to tell them to shut the heck up for if they do them they have to go out and get another chatter box to be with for the hurt the feeling of there wife. why bother
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