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  1. #21
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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    Quote Originally Posted by dean_martin View Post
    Is there a what's fair is fair (or "oh sh*t") stage?
    "I've been keeping up with what you've bought and now it's MY turn to go shopping."
    This has gotten me out of trouble many a time. She'll say, "I thought we didn't have extra money," I'll say, "Well I just spent $50, you can spend $50 too," and I don't hear anymore about it. Magic!

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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    I'm not sure what number it is, but "blame SB.com" is in there somewhere.

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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    My wife keeps telling me to buy more. What's up with that?
    "Brownest of the brown liquors..so tempting. What's that? You want me to drink you? But I'm in the middle of a trial!" L. Hutz

  4. #24
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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkEdwards View Post
    You converted your wife into a bottle of scotch? Details, please.
    She's small, but she's still to big to fit in a scotch bottle, even a handle. Besides, that would be a very bad trade on my part.

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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    Quote Originally Posted by theDon View Post
    This has gotten me out of trouble many a time. She'll say, "I thought we didn't have extra money," I'll say, "Well I just spent $50, you can spend $50 too," and I don't hear anymore about it. Magic!
    Mine waited until I was in pretty deep before she made it known that she was keeping score. I learned my lesson.

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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    What stage is schedule a wedding vows renewal at the Gazebo during The Sampler?

    Wedding Cake with layers held up by Evan Williams Bottles.?

    Vows done by minister who works at Heaven Hill?

    TNBourbon standing up for the Bride?

    Betty Jo as wedding planner?

    Jeff as Best Man?

    Leslie as Maid of Honor?

    Trail of Cans on the Trolley for the trip to Jideco Hall?

    The Sampler as a reception followed by all night at the Gazebo?

    Bouquet with 4 Roses?
    Colonel Ed
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    "It ain't the booze that brings me in here, it's the solace it distills"

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    Re: Spouse Stage Guide Book - or the 7 steps to bourbon'ing

    Quote Originally Posted by pepcycle View Post
    What stage is schedule a wedding vows renewal at the Gazebo during The Sampler?

    Wedding Cake with layers held up by Evan Williams Bottles.?

    Vows done by minister who works at Heaven Hill?

    TNBourbon standing up for the Bride?

    Betty Jo as wedding planner?

    Jeff as Best Man?

    Leslie as Maid of Honor?

    Trail of Cans on the Trolley for the trip to Jideco Hall?

    The Sampler as a reception followed by all night at the Gazebo?

    Bouquet with 4 Roses?
    A full graduate of stage 7 .... And 6000 SB.com worshipers!!!

 

 

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