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Well my daughter almost brought a tear to my eye after church I see my daughter walk out of Sunday School with a water pistol and she was using both hands for aiming 8) when she walked into the house she looked like she was clearing the house :wink: Mommy on the other hand has a different opinion
 

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Right on...
 

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at only 3 1/2 years old she is starting to show potential
we just got to get her finger outta the trigger well (time will fix that)
 

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at only 3 1/2 years old she is starting to show potential
we just got to get her finger outta the trigger well (time will fix that)


Right on! A lot of parents down here start training their kids on rifles at 3 to 5. Maybe you can get her a little 22.
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet']at only 3 1/2 years old she is starting to show potential
we just got to get her finger outta the trigger well (time will fix that)


Right on! A lot of parents down here start training their kids on rifles at 3 to 5. Maybe you can get her a little 22.[/quote]



yeah if I like the couch PERMANENTLY I gotta sweet talk the wifey first
 

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yeah if I like the couch PERMANENTLY I gotta sweet talk the wifey first


I didn't say you had to tell her.
 

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yeah if I like the couch PERMANENTLY I gotta sweet talk the wifey first


I didn't say you had to tell her.[/quote]



heres a good conversation...



(Me) honey I am taking baby girl to the range with me love y.......



(My Wife) I dont know officer Jones he went to Wal-Mart and never came back
 

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heres a good conversation...



(Me) honey I am taking baby girl to the range with me love y.......



(My Wife) I dont know officer Jones he went to Wal-Mart and never came back


Here is a better one



(You) Hey sexy, i'm taking baby girl to the mall with me. You can't come.



(Wife) Oh? Why?



(You) I have... shopping to do. For stuff. You can't come.



She'll be spending so much time thinking about wtf you're getting her for Christmas, she won't figure out what you're really doing.
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet']heres a good conversation...



(Me) honey I am taking baby girl to the range with me love y.......



(My Wife) I dont know officer Jones he went to Wal-Mart and never came back


Here is a better one



(You) Hey sexy, i'm taking baby girl to the mall with me. You can't come.



(Wife) Oh? Why?



(You) I have... shopping to do. For stuff. You can't come.



She'll be spending so much time thinking about wtf you're getting her for Christmas, she won't figure out what you're really doing.[/quote]



Easier said than done
 

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Easier said than done


Throw some chocolate, roses, and eventually diamonds, if at her if she doesn't forgive you.



With women, nothing beats time and the appropriate use of money.
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet']Easier said than done


Throw some chocolate, roses, and eventually diamonds, if at her if she doesn't forgive you.



With women, nothing beats time and the appropriate use of money.[/quote]



we have been together for 8 years she has too much jewlery (In my mind anyway)
 

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101Combat Vet said:
[quote name='Grimwulff'][quote name='101Combat Vet']Easier said than done


Throw some chocolate, roses, and eventually diamonds, if at her if she doesn't forgive you.



With women, nothing beats time and the appropriate use of money.[/quote]



we have been together for 8 years she has too much jewlery (In my mind anyway)
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Yours and hers will never be the same when it comes to this topic. You can always buy her new shoes.



Personally, I wear 0 jewelry, but my clothes are typically designer, and I wear Armani cologne... all of which is about 5x the cost of what my fiancee wears. :oops:
 

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In my eyes she doesnt need any more jewelry

In her eyes I dont need more guns



So we are both waging war
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet'][quote name='Grimwulff'][quote name='101Combat Vet']Easier said than done


Throw some chocolate, roses, and eventually diamonds, if at her if she doesn't forgive you.



With women, nothing beats time and the appropriate use of money.[/quote]



we have been together for 8 years she has too much jewlery (In my mind anyway)
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Yours and hers will never be the same when it comes to this topic. You can always buy her new shoes.



Personally, I wear 0 jewelry, but my clothes are typically designer, and I wear Armani cologne... all of which is about 5x the cost of what my fiancee wears. :oops:[/quote] You are starting to scare me... I think we may have same bloodlines I know that my last name is floating around texas somewhere... what armani btw???? I love Armani Code
 

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You are starting to scare me... I think we may have same bloodlines I know that my last name is floating around texas somewhere... what armani btw???? I love Armani Code


Elliot, DeWalt, and Weeks are my bloodlines... other then that, the names were lost since the Trail of Tears.



Aqua di Gio. Little bit cheaper, but it smells amazing.
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet']You are starting to scare me... I think we may have same bloodlines I know that my last name is floating around texas somewhere... what armani btw???? I love Armani Code


Elliot, DeWalt, and Weeks are my bloodlines... other then that, the names were lost since the Trail of Tears.



Aqua di Gio. Little bit cheaper, but it smells amazing.[/quote] different last names but were you adopted
We resemble each other too much my friend 8)
 

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101Combat Vet said:
[quote name='Grimwulff'][quote name='101Combat Vet']You are starting to scare me... I think we may have same bloodlines I know that my last name is floating around texas somewhere... what armani btw???? I love Armani Code


Elliot, DeWalt, and Weeks are my bloodlines... other then that, the names were lost since the Trail of Tears.



Aqua di Gio. Little bit cheaper, but it smells amazing.[/quote] different last names but were you adopted
We resemble each other too much my friend 8)[/quote]



Nah, i was not. Yea, we do,
8)
 

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Grimwulff said:
[quote name='101Combat Vet'][quote name='Grimwulff'][quote name='101Combat Vet']You are starting to scare me... I think we may have same bloodlines I know that my last name is floating around texas somewhere... what armani btw???? I love Armani Code


Elliot, DeWalt, and Weeks are my bloodlines... other then that, the names were lost since the Trail of Tears.



Aqua di Gio. Little bit cheaper, but it smells amazing.[/quote] different last names but were you adopted
We resemble each other too much my friend 8)[/quote]



Nah, i was not. Yea, we do,
8)[/quote]



Maybe I am adopted
 

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Maybe I am adopted


Maybe
I was told I might have 2 half-brothers,




BTW, Armani Code: Code combines a citron cocktail of bergamot and lemon with soft notes of olive tree blossom, warmed with Guaiac wood and Tonka Bean. A sexy fragrance blend for the contemporary man in the know.



The Tonka Bean is similar to vanilla, except it is carcinogenic.
 
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