Classic from the mrs! Vol 2

Classic from the mrs! Vol 2

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backwoodsman

2,069 posts

68 months

Tuesday 30th December 2014
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Boydie88 said:
I imagine this guy will be along when his missus comes home and describes the petrol cap switching sides...

http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=12174409416364...
And she is allowed to drive on the road, in 2 ton of metal, at 70MPH, scary stuff.

Blown2CV

21,712 posts

142 months

Tuesday 30th December 2014
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Mrs 2CV was describing something to me with the sentence "it was rubbish, really old fashioned... like being in a timezone"

Ari

15,456 posts

154 months

Wednesday 31st December 2014
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My elderly very churchy mother in front of my even more churchy aunt today when describing my niece and nephews toys...

"Do they have Durex batteries in them?"

"Err, I think you mean Duracell, Mother..."

Blown2CV

21,712 posts

142 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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someone else's missus was describing her two kids and how one of them always gets "high rate" when the other does something particular that annoys them.

irocfan

18,610 posts

129 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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discussing spotify with Mrs Irocfan and step-daughter...


SD "oh spotify is great"

Mrs I "what's that then"

Me "legal music streaming service"

SD "Free, legal music streaming service"

Mrs I "hmmm sounds interesting, how much does it cost then?"

SD & Me "huh?"

Mrs I "how much does it cos... oh... free... ignore me please!"

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Scousefella

2,243 posts

120 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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Mrs Scouse come out with a classic the other day.

I had always promised (but yet to oblige) to teach her map reading. The subject of a hand held compass was being discussed and she said to me..............

"I don't understand how you know where North is, the Red point of the needle usually points in a different direction from the N".

Oh how she looked at me once I had stopped laughing. laugh

B.J.W

4,990 posts

154 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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I met Mrs B.J.W on Match back in 2013. After chatting for a bit we decided to meet up. For the first few dates I turned up/picked her up in my grubby old Silver Audi All-Road. Once things became a little more serious I booked a table for two at a nice little restaurant and picked her up for the first time in the Aston. I walked her to the passenger door and opened it for her - at which point she exclaimed in the welsh accent that I have come to love....

"I'm sure this car had 4 doors the last time you picked me up in it"

At that point I decided that she was a keeper.

Willy Nilly

12,205 posts

106 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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B.J.W said:
I met Mrs B.J.W on Match back in 2013. After chatting for a bit we decided to meet up. For the first few dates I turned up/picked her up in my grubby old Silver Audi All-Road. Once things became a little more serious I booked a table for two at a nice little restaurant and picked her up for the first time in the Aston. I walked her to the passenger door and opened it for her - at which point she exclaimed in the welsh accent that I have come to love....

"I'm sure this car had 4 doors the last time you picked me up in it"

At that point I decided that she was a keeper.
laugh

Zoobeef

3,867 posts

97 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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B.J.W said:
I met Mrs B.J.W on Match back in 2013. After chatting for a bit we decided to meet up. For the first few dates I turned up/picked her up in my grubby old Silver Audi All-Road. Once things became a little more serious I booked a table for two at a nice little restaurant and picked her up for the first time in the Aston. I walked her to the passenger door and opened it for her - at which point she exclaimed in the welsh accent that I have come to love....

"I'm sure this car had 4 doors the last time you picked me up in it"

At that point I decided that she was a keeper.
I had a similar thing. Used my A4 for the first few then on a nice day turned up in the Noble (I'd never mentioned it). The response was "that looks fking stupid" after I had pulled up.

Ari

15,456 posts

154 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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Zoobeef said:
The response was "that looks fking stupid" after I had pulled up.
She sounds super, was she a keeper? biggrin

Zoobeef

3,867 posts

97 months

Friday 2nd January 2015
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Ari said:
She sounds super, was she a keeper? biggrin
She's still around haha, years of her having to deal with the scrotes of Doncaster.

Left it a while before telling her about the track car though biggrin

Harrytsg

1,263 posts

101 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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Hot of the press!

Mrs Harrytsg (doing a crossword) - "blank ......is worth two in the bush"
Me - a bird in the hand.
Mrs Harrytsg - no, it's 4,2,3,4.
Me - bird in the hand
Mrs Harrytsg- oh yes!

Vipers

27,429 posts

167 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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Shopping today, coversation goes like this.

She "Do you fancy a leg of lamb for Sunday"

Me "Why not two lamb chops, there is a lot on that leg for two people"

She looks at the chops and says "I don't fancy those chops, they have bones in".................

Bones, leg of lamb, how does she do it.




smile

Scousefella

2,243 posts

120 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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Not my Mrs but my 3 year old daughter.

Eating Chinese takaway and she declared "it has got jam on it".

Lemon Chicken. laugh

HairyMaclary

2,749 posts

134 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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Scousefella said:
Not my Mrs but my 3 year old daughter.

Eating Chinese takaway and she declared "it has got jam on it".

Lemon Chicken. laugh
Lemon curd then! Last time I had some of the wifes lemon chicken I thought the same.

Lemsip chicken as its now known in our house.

mikefacel

606 posts

127 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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HairyMaclary said:
Lemon curd then! Last time I had some of the wifes lemon chicken I thought the same.

Lemsip chicken as its now known in our house.
Chinese takeaway near me blatantly just pour Robinson's lemon barley water into the wok when cooking it!

garycat

3,257 posts

149 months

Saturday 3rd January 2015
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HairyMaclary said:
Lemon curd then! Last time I had some of the wifes lemon chicken I thought the same.

Lemsip chicken as its now known in our house.
My very Northern mum the first time she had crispy aromatic duck with hoisin sauce... "Mmmm this gravy is lovely"

IanUAE

2,720 posts

103 months

Sunday 4th January 2015
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The wife decided she wanted a new phone (currently has a Blackberry). Great me thinks that is one present sorted (you buy the phones over here). A Samsung she declared, 2 days later it was now an iPhone she wanted. When pressed she stated that the phone must have a good camera. She then finds that Nokia does a phone with a 20MP camera another one with a 41MP camera and both have free lifetime map updates. Then it is back to having another Blackberry.......

So far I haven't bought her a new phone as whichever one I buy it will be the wrong one. I predict she will still have her current phone for the next 6 months.

Blown2CV

21,712 posts

142 months

Sunday 4th January 2015
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IanUAE said:
The wife decided she wanted a new phone (currently has a Blackberry). Great me thinks that is one present sorted (you buy the phones over here). A Samsung she declared, 2 days later it was now an iPhone she wanted. When pressed she stated that the phone must have a good camera. She then finds that Nokia does a phone with a 20MP camera another one with a 41MP camera and both have free lifetime map updates. Then it is back to having another Blackberry.......

So far I haven't bought her a new phone as whichever one I buy it will be the wrong one. I predict she will still have her current phone for the next 6 months.
Can't go wrong with an iPhone based on all of that.

V8mate

41,849 posts

128 months

Sunday 4th January 2015
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Blown2CV said:
IanUAE said:
The wife decided she wanted a new phone (currently has a Blackberry). Great me thinks that is one present sorted (you buy the phones over here). A Samsung she declared, 2 days later it was now an iPhone she wanted. When pressed she stated that the phone must have a good camera. She then finds that Nokia does a phone with a 20MP camera another one with a 41MP camera and both have free lifetime map updates. Then it is back to having another Blackberry.......

So far I haven't bought her a new phone as whichever one I buy it will be the wrong one. I predict she will still have her current phone for the next 6 months.
Can't go wrong with an iPhone based on all of that.
Nokia Drive is the best satnav I've ever used. And, as you say, it's free. And that camera is ace! (if that helps?)