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post #1 of 7 Old 12-20-2011, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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A touching christmas story

A TOUCHING CHRISTMAS STORY
A couple Ron & Jo was Christmas shopping at the mall the other evening and the mall was packed.
Walking through the mall the surprised wife looked up and noticed her husband was no where around and she was very upset because they had a lot to do.
She used her cell phone to call her husband because she was so upset, to ask him where he was.
The husband in a calm voice said, honey remember the jewlery store we went into 5 years ago where you fell in love with that diamond necklace that we could not afford and I told you that I would get it for you one day.
His wife said crying, yes I remember that jewlery store.
He said, well I'm in the bar next to it.
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Classic, man! Classic. Will be sharing that one at work tomorrow.



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Right after my wife and I were married I asked her what she wanted for her birthday and because we were just starting out she said "Tires", so I put tires on her car. It turns out "Tires" is woman for Tires, a nice dinner and a hundred bucks worth of jewelry. Several years later I had recently returned from overseas and hadn't adjusted my very old school watch to display the proper date (happens when you return from Japan and only change the time). So on my wife's birthday I was at the store with my young son getting groceries and he says "hey dad, we should get mom some flowers." Being the standard male (you know, always right and thinking ahead and all) I replied "nope, we'll wait 'til tomorrow and buy them then." Well we were unpacking our purchases and my wife kept bugging me about the date until she finally came out and said "it's my birthday, you forgot." Realizing the gravity of this situation I immediately replied "no it's not, today's the 6th, your birthday isn't until tomorrow." That's when she shoved the calendar in my face (it's tough being wrong). Trying to salvage a bad situation I quickly shot out "but the tire stores aren't open on Sunday!" Swear on the bible, she cried non-stop until the flowers arrived at her work the next morning.
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My ex got really mad at me for missing her 40th birthday.

Then she got really mad when I told her it was her 44th birthday and I didn't even know her when she was 40.
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