Thursday, October 06, 2011

Hmmm, Could Be It Ain't Over Yet

Interesting conversation tonight with The Wife.
Stubborn damn thing.

Apparently it's all about the conversing.
Who'da thunk it.

Not something I am real good at, to say the least.

Not that I am adverse to such a thing, it's more of a women's thing.
It's always about the talking.

Sorry, get me a beer and show me yer tits and you have my undivided attention.

Maybe it's more of a strategy thing.

We seem to have completely different ways of communicating.

Like I am the first dumbass to figure this out.

It's not like I don't give a shit, I just have to spend more time reading those fucking magazines that ya see when you are waiting for the fat lady and all her screaming little duplicates to get through the fucking check stand so I can crack a cold one that I seem to spend so much time looking at lately.


It seems I am going to get a crash course.

Just because I am a nice guy, I shared my Kit Kat with her.

Chocolate, the ultimate weapon.....


  1. Welcome to married life Busted.

  2. Giver her chocolate and no one dies.

  3. Hint: Never underestimate the power of a good foot rub...

    Shade and Sweetwater,

  4. I hope after 27 years, you still maintain your sense of humor and willingness to CONVERSE. It's an on going thing.

    And, when husbands no longer share their Kit Kat? ... it's over. seriously

    I'd love to see a video of you two sitting around the fire CONVERSing... ;)

  5. Chocolate. Yes. The secret defense. Always be ready to share your chocolate, and never ever run out. If forced to a choice between running out of chocolate or oxygen, don't make a snap decision - there are worse things than death.

  6. Dude, it's *all* about the talking. Unlike Washington, compromise is the way to go. It's a *partnership*, you crazy old man. Give and take, yin and yang. I love ya, man, and I want you to be happy. Listen to the old married guy, will ya?

    And an aside: Don't read those magazines. They confuse the shit out of women. What the hell you think they're gonna tell you?

  7. Anonymous5:41 PM

    yes, chocolate can be key. "hubby" can always improve my mood with it, whether it needed improving or not. he's a gem.

    mrs. jp

  8. Chocolate? Chuck it at her and skedaddle for 10 minutes. You'd better be ready to talk AND listen before the sugar crash sets in in about 20 minutes.

    Fixer is right. Good luck sweetums.

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