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    Smile

    I had to go to work today. The wife made me hamburgers. Ready to assemble. When I got to the mayo and mustard, I found it in two seperate bottles. I couldn't believe it. The mayo and the mustard were in two old 2oz Playdough cans that were the grandchildrens toys.

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    Hope the burger and buns were not made out of play dough......Did she cook it in the grand kids EASY BAKE OVEN ?

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    Smile Naw, dec

    I think that she is one of those that you would like working for you. It is funny, but it is improvising. How do you make it when your poor? Make do! Roy

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    Cant fault anyone for doing the best they can , with what they can afford. Better then someone expecting someone else to prvide everything for them....... or politians telling you that you need them creating programs or you will never survive on your own.

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    Thumbs up dec

    You couldn't of said it better. Thanks, Roy and Cheryl

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    Originally posted by oroy54
    I had to go to work today. The wife made me hamburgers. Ready to assemble. When I got to the mayo and mustard, I found it in two seperate bottles. I couldn't believe it. The mayo and the mustard were in two old 2oz Playdough cans that were the grandchildrens toys.
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    No one is bothering to ask the question.. so I will. Were the tops of the containers color cordinated with what's in them? lol

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    deffinitely a keeper oroy54

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    Smile amickracing

    Good question. But it was a game of chance and play dough smell. You would think that I could afford a set of containers for food. I gave Cheryl $50 this week for beer and food. I may up it to $100. I'm just playing, she is a good wife. But still, for the most part, everything is true. Never a dull moment. Roy

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    could be worse she could have put it in something toxic
    at least play dough is edible

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    Roy,

    You 'n cheryl sound like you truely enjoy life together.

    It's a breath of fresh air, when you speak so well of her.

    I just might go out and get some playdough for the containers for my mayo and such.... and pretend I have a wonderful partner like you do.... Thanks man.
    Teach the apprentices right... and learn from their questions and ideas.

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    Lightbulb

    Women are crafty animals. Would you believe she is trying to tell you something? Better listen up.


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    Looked good on tv so I bought one for under $20.

    $50 will buy you a six pack and enough food for two days.
    Best up the ante to $200 and ask for good beer

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    When you go to the fast food place rip them off and get a bunch of condiment packets to keep in a kitchen drawer at home.

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