It’s Tuesday again! I love Tuesdays! With a nod to CeeCi, here goes!
Orgasm – multiple is the only way to go!
Obey – It’s what I want to be asked to do. It is what I want to be expected to do. If we ever renew our wedding vows it is what I will promise to do.
Observe – I love to sit and watch sometimes. Not drawn into a discussion or a situation but to just be a observer.
Occasion – I love special occasions. I like people to get together and have a good time.
Ocean – The beauty, the power, the feel. Who doesn’t love sitting on the beach watching the waves crash?
Ogre – I loved Shrek!
Old-fashion – Isn’t that what we dream about, an old-fashion marriage. At least there are many aspects that I think I would love.
Opinion -- Of course I have an opinion on everything. But I love to hear the opinions of others too.
And last but not least --
‘Ode to a Repair Man’ or ‘How to help you HOH replace a dishwasher while the pipes under the sink fall apart as he touches them.’
Have you ever tried to help install or replace a dishwasher, or some other appliance? I have some tips:
Rule one – Shut up! He does not want you help verbally; he does not want your opinion, your suggestions or anything else from you that requires speech!
Do stay close! This is not the time to sit at the computer and laugh your ass off at someone’s post, relax in front of the tube or chat on the phone to a friend. This is especially true if the phone conversation includes how long it is taking to get the appliance installed (see rule one)
Other helpful hints would include learning the names of basic tools. If he asks for a wrench, he does not want the needle nose pliers. Do not ask “Well can’t you just use that?” (see rule one)
Realize that 99% of his questions are rhetorical and do not require an answer. Questions like “Where did I put the damn screw?” “Why is this piece of shit falling apart?” and “Who needs a fucking dishwasher in the first place?” should not be answered! (see rule one)
Try to keep the flash light shinning in the direction he is looking. If you stare longing back toward the computer the light will veer away from the correct spot. If he grabs it out of you hand, don’t say “Your head got in the way!”(see rule one)
Lastly but not least all finger gestures must be done out of sight of the HOH and comments like ‘Bite me’ and ‘Kiss my ass’ are perfectly acceptable but they must be said in you head, not muttered aloud! (see rule one)
Oh, did I tell you guy that Nick got the dishwasher back in last night?