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Posted By: Kwacka

I can just imagine the adoring look in her eyes Xmas morning.........






Posted By: adyandkaren

I daren't even think about her response to this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITSeYzVlspI

Posted By: dollydaydream

:lol: Reminds me of the 1st Christmas gift I received from my husband after 10 years of marriage, a "Coffee Maker" I have never ever drank coffee in my life!! Yes I did divorce him :D Merry Christmas everyone xx

Posted By: LynSab

Looking at those 50's adverts, women have come a long way in life! Actually I find it amazing how different life is as a women, by no means perfect but so very different, I remember studying engineering drawing at tech college in the early seventies, it was unusual but times were changing by then. The funniest present I know given with love, seriously, was from my Dad to my Mum, he bought her a wind up hosepipe with attachment for the outside wall. We all desperately tried not to laugh, for his sake, my Mum had got used to it :lol: :lol: :lol: She never showed her disappointment ever, and as he got older the presents improved a little, they were married for a 50 odd years. But I've been lucky I have Santa Claus as a husband and he spoils me like a child.

Posted By: cansweet

I'm writing this by means of a small pencil in my mouth tapping on the laptop letters. The reason for this is because I bought my wife that bloody shades of grey book and she opened her present last night. Now I find myself bound with feathered handcuffs awaiting my fate. I think I hear her and her friend coming up the stairs now, could be worse I suppose :wink:

Posted By: bromerzz

A mortar and pestle some years ago did not go down well.

Posted By: spurs

  • cansweet wrote:
    I'm writing this by means of a small pencil in my mouth tapping on the laptop letters. The reason for this is because I bought my wife that bloody shades of grey book and she opened her present last night. Now I find myself bound with feathered handcuffs awaiting my fate. I think I hear her and her friend coming up the stairs now, could be worse I suppose :wink:
Your post reminded me of this song :lol: http://youtu.be/BPZTzwVq_Zc :lol:

Posted By: Woodrow Why?at

  • bromerzz wrote:
    A mortar and pestle some years ago did not go down well.

You should have realised that.......after the first time!! :wink: :lol:





Posted By: Andrew Brooks

  • cansweet wrote:
    I'm writing this by means of a small pencil in my mouth tapping on the laptop letters. The reason for this is because I bought my wife that bloody shades of grey book and she opened her present last night. Now I find myself bound with feathered handcuffs awaiting my fate. I think I hear her and her friend coming up the stairs now, could be worse I suppose :wink:

Depends what her friend looks like [-o<

Posted By: Tangutica

  • cansweet wrote:
    I'm writing this by means of a small pencil in my mouth tapping on the laptop letters. The reason for this is because I bought my wife that bloody shades of grey book and she opened her present last night. Now I find myself bound with feathered handcuffs awaiting my fate. I think I hear her and her friend coming up the stairs now, could be worse I suppose :wink:

Shame she didn't buy you the parody version Shades of Grey for men over 50 - now that is HILARIOUS!

Posted By: cansweet

Just released from the handcuffs. Wow, what a Christmas. She now tells me she's going to read the next chapter in a weeks time and for me to get ready for her newest best friend who's calling around to visit after no contact for years. 2013 looking good from where I'm having breakfast. :oops:


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