He gets all of that but I'm usually talking. I'm chatty. He's not. He read some article that says women use twice as many words in a day than a man does so he lets me use up my words while he sits outside and smokes. He says it doesn't bother him as long as he doesn't have to talk.
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by eric • April 28, 2016
Why is the government even involved in dictating “safety” standards for new cars?
Did the EPA ever get put to a vote?
Yup, without a doubt.
And if a man went 1962 era "Mad Men" on you to perform your "wifely duties", you'd howl blue murder about it, I'm quite sure.
More importantly, you must of missed the part about "compliance sex" being less satisfying than masturbation.
It's degrading and demeaning to both parties and renders the act pointless...at least to me.
That "@ so and so" makes an annoying message alert...please cut it out.
Certainly there were some unrepentant monarchists among the crowd in Philadelphia, but I don't think their arguments carried any weight.
I think it was flawed from the get go, in that it in granted the new central government essentially unlimited power.
I know there's a thread on here somewhere but I can't find it. If it's located, please post a link so they can be merged. Thanks!
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