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The Tinywifelette passing comment on the recent troubles said :

"They should bring back the War."

she meant the war spirit, but, it gave me a good belly-laugh.

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Many moons ago, watching a music video she said :

"Has she got a big nose or is it me ?"

Well ...

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hilldweller

The Tinywifelette passing comment on the recent troubles said :

"They should bring back the War."

she meant the war spirit, but, it gave me a good belly-laugh.

If I had a good belly laugh they would be posting a tsunami alert in Mablethorpe and they would evacuate high buildings all around the north.

HD

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Mensch, you are so condescending!!!

Is there a tinyhusbandlette thread somewhere??

C'mon big girls, lets hit back!!

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Mensch, you are so condescending!!!

Is there a tinyhusbandlette thread somewhere??

C'mon big girls, lets hit back!!

Mensch :huh: , How does that translate into English?

My wife isn't bigger or smaller than me, she is my equal.

I think that, along with not making cynical comments about her on web forums, this may be the secret of a long and happy relationship.

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Sorry - "Mensch" = "human being" but in the context I used it = "cor blimey", "gosh", etc.

regards from someone else's "wifelette" lol

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Hi GillMar

Off topic, but can I ask where the picture is you're using as an avatar? Looks a lovely place! (Please don't tell me it's over the Don, I couldn't live with the shame!)

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Hi Bayleaf

No, I won't because it is over the River Kocher - the village is Kocherstetten where my great grandmother was born. Kocherstetten belongs to Künzelsau and is in Baden-Württemberg.

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Hi Bayleaf

No, I won't because it is over the River Kocher - the village is Kocherstetten where my great grandmother was born. Kocherstetten belongs to Künzelsau and is in Baden-Württemberg.

Thanks Gill, it looks a lovely place!

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Stuart0742

I think that, along with not making cynical comments about her on web forums, this may be the secret of a long and happy relationship.

I am not adverse to the odd cynical comment, and I've had an even longer and happy relationship, would have got less for murder lol

My problem is that if I make comments someone will tell her :P

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I am not adverse to the odd cynical comment, and I've had an even longer and happy relationship, would have got less for murder lol

My problem is that if I make comments someone will tell her :P

Yes it is

So it's a good job I am your best mate and I choose to keep my gob shut about what you say on here when in the presence of Mrs0742 isn't it?

That's another pint you owe me then lol

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Hi Bayleaf

No, I won't because it is over the River Kocher - the village is Kocherstetten where my great grandmother was born. Kocherstetten belongs to Künzelsau and is in Baden-Württemberg.

So, this is not Switzerland where you live now (as I had thought it would be) but an area of Germany just to the north of Switzerland bordering it and also bordering France in the west.

As Bayleaf says, this looks a really nice place.

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Happy to host a tinyhusbandlette thread, or indeed, a big, fat useless Yorkshire lump thread so long as it's done with understanding and in the realm of "what we call each other" - no offense meant or intended, bit like me calling people I've never met in real life "Bignose" or "Fishface".

Mensch, you are so condescending!!!

Is there a tinyhusbandlette thread somewhere??

C'mon big girls, lets hit back!!

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I remember this going the rounds:

You can tell a man his wife has a face like a cod and his children are stupid

But never say his dog is useless

Thanks for the offer for a "marvellous mountain of muscular manhood" thread - don't really think we need it

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