Maybe I'm just a jaded divorced feller, but isn't the question this: If you're out on the Bonnie all by yourself enjoying the country roads, you speak and your wife doesn't hear you, did you make a sound??
Did he make a sound? NO, not without his wife to hear him.
Was he still wrong? OF COURSE. Silly question. You boys are always wrong. If you'd just get that part straight, we wives wouldn't have to keep telling you so.
Argh. I'm fed up w/ guys who hold the "ball n chain" philosophy of life. It ain't necessarily so. I reckon y'all WANT to be tied down to something, so's you don't have to take responsibility. (Mare speaking as civilian, not Moderator.)
Also, this post needs to move to Twins Hang Out. (Moderator-speak)
Yes, my best friend just got married, bcs he couldn't deal w/ freedom...
I'll have to ask my wife what my answer is....... Just kidding, I am one of the fortunate ones that enjoys total (99.9% anyways) support of my riding and weekly trips to the dealers to buy "must have" items. Working on 30 years now, feel for those that had to make the split to survive. It's never easy.
Ride fast and safe, keep looking for a best friend to enjoy life with.
Okay Mare, try this: If I'm out on my bike and I speak and my husband doesn't hear me . . . so what! He doesn't hear me most of the time, which lets me get away with saying outrageous things. After 20 years of relative compatibility, I know this and accept it. I probably "hear" him more often, but it's at my discretion. Funny thing is, when he wants the "ball and chain," he makes sure I hear him. I sometimes quietly point this out . . .
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