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We have been married for six years. My favorite phrase is "yes dear" and she already knows that I am not listening. Oh well, some things are universal. :wink:

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Goats wrote:
We have been married for six years. My favorite phrase is "yes dear" and she already knows that I am not listening. Oh well, some things are universal. :wink:


Yes Gentlemen, it's true. We could all trade wives and none of US would be the wiser!

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If your wives cook, I would DEFINITELY know if we traded!!! :shock: :shock: :lol:

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Goats wrote:
If your wives cook, I would DEFINITELY know if we traded!!! :shock: :shock: :lol:


You got me there! Sue managed to pack on 5lbs a year on me till this year. Started out at 175# and twenty-three years later I managed to get "down" to 225#. 50 lbs aint bad after 23 years of her cookin'!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: A Laker for the Goat!
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So how is it progressing???

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 Post subject: Re: A Laker for the Goat!
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It is on the back burner for a while. :cry: Put it in the barn for the winter. Now I have our first child on the way! :D Gonna try to get it back out in a few days. I'm ready to go fishing.

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 Post subject: Re: A Laker for the Goat!
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Now I have our first child on the way! :D


Yep, you definitely need to finish it so you can get started on a new Buccaneer for the young'un :D

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 Post subject: Re: A Laker for the Goat!
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Good thinkin!! Now I have an excuse to build another one. The laker is definitely back on the front burner. Just got to stay behind be the changing table. :D If I don't finish that I don't think I will have to worry about finishing the yak!! :shock:

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