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ASK MRS. CHEESEY

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by vikesrule, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    tmi..dont want to know bout alan and commando
     
  2. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    HE DOES

    AND RITUALS NOT ENOUGH TIME TO TYPE IT ALL

    :pop: JUST LOOK AT THE GOLDIE LOCKS HE HAS AND WHAT DO YOU THINK :pop: :roll:
    :roll: :?:
    shampoo in the kitchen
    shampoo in the bathroom
    his comb :?:
    his brush
    his hairdryer :?:
    first thing in the morning wash and un knott and ohh the cream rinse, and the worst part is no grey hair, unbelievable,

    and when i interrupt his routine to use the bathroom, he never complains just continues as if i wasnt there.... :cry: . and our mirror is divided in to three parts, and you know it, he has to position the mirror to make sure he can see the back of his head, just right, to make sure its all straight,.

    am i done no but thats the most of it, giggle
     
  3. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    actually there is a song, that alan sings to with a buddy we raised, it was a joke, tom petty and the heartbrakers, title of song free fallin... actually he jokes of it, :roll: but its not really my style, i am a lady remember, they asked, how can i make the cheesey squirm if it wasnt alittle daring.... although commando is more fitting, for the computer, but didnt know it was one in the same. yours is better,
    :oops: :eek:
     
  4. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    Is cheesey toilet trained......or does he leave the seat up? :)
     
  5. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    Hmmmm... :lol: could have been worse. :)

    Does the Cheesey yell at the TV when the Packers aren't doing well?

    Bonus question.. is the Cheese man right or left handed?
     
  6. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    he left the seat up a couple times on purpose, for a joke at night time, icey cold,it was, besides the small dip

    for a laugh only otherwise, nope he is trained to leave it down and i know most of you wont believe it, i wasnt the one who trained him, his daddy did, giggle giggle
     
  7. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    at the t.v. is an understatement....
    he mumbles as if theres a group of people in the room as if they are listening to him, besides the fact he answers his questions as if he didnt know who asked the question......

    for eatting, both... he dont like to use utensiles, just finger food, but right handed mostly.
     
  8. dhpackr

    dhpackr Cheesehead

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    Qwhy doesn't cheesy run for mod
     
  9. PackerChick

    PackerChick Cheesehead

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    Do you have a Mrs. Vikesrule around the house we can ask questions to?

    Just being curious.
     
  10. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    i really think that is a kind gesture and in all politeness i will say thank you for the compliment.
    8)
    i told a friend once, that is on this site, that cheeseys disorder, of menieres disease is so unpredictable, it is the most difficult thing to explain..... and medication is the key of control....it demands so much of his emotions due to stress, any kind of stress, whether it be good or bad, it can demand hours to adjust, maybe hours, and days, of just being in bed. lets not forget months, if the weather doesnt sit still.
    :oops: :roll:
    Sometimes double vision could entertain his challenge just to be on the site, :roll:

    gosh and you guys would think its a wife problem, nope,,,, did cheesey ever tell you guys he had his own business of being a photographer, and a damm good one, his style and grace to capture, a moment on film like fairy dust and design, making anyones life snap shot a hallmark of their very own, is priceless... :shock:

    a heartache shared. so all the above reasons, could show you how complicated an average party of surprise could nearly set him off, as it was it took two weeks for him to calm down from his fiftieth birthday to the lambeau field, was, when they closed early, the long drive, and the surprise of it not being open, a packers nightmare, so i figure, he would be sick anyways, and took a day off work, and brought him back when the doors were wide open, and i even gave him a blank check,,,, hahah and you think he would have taken advantage of it, nope he fainted, :wink:

    giggle do i know how to handle it, yep

    he would,,,, accept the offer to moderate, but he just cant handle it, hes just thankful to spend as much time as he can and when he can, the best part....... he still has a joyful spirit to make others laugh and enjoy life, :D
     
  11. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    There used to be a "mrs. vikesrule", but I had to have her committed to an asylum.

    Turned out she was a Packers Fan. :p
     
  12. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    I think that cheesey is a "chunky" kind of guy, so.......

    Peanut butter....chunky or creamy? :)
     
  13. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    is that with his teeth or without his teeth, giggle

    chunky
     
  14. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    vikesrule :pop: this is cheeseys wife, :oops: i wantin ta ask a question for you ? ok ? :roll: do you play golf ? i mean more then miniature golf..... :lol:
    have a nice day,
    :)
     
  15. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    Curious question......however, do I play "Cow Pasture Pool"?

    Why yes, I have been known to chase a little white ball around! 8)

    And you have a nice day too, hope you're feeling better!!!
     
  16. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    my dad used to say that, i havent heard that statement since back then, "cow pasture pool"

    made me laugh and sigh at the same time.

    i wonder do you play pro style, or just kickin it around a bit? some say they dont, and then there are players who live it, and nothing else, or do you play duffer style,,, hahah :?:

    you dont mind that i ask do you? :roll:

    i am getting around just a bit better but was told to stay off if my leg for another week. for a workaholoic its not e.z..... 8)

    for the standard surgery it was to be off a week. since it was complicated and off my feet for near 3 weeks the cheesey and i had just abit of a disagreement...... most would fight,

    he is so used to me being tough and just grin and bear it, kinda never complaining, just working. i have come to this thought though, if they would have taken care of the parking lot this never would have happened and the hassel and embarrassment i had with workers and the management issues, gosh, i cant even start to begin how much trouble it has caused me. i just dont want to hurry back until i feel its safe for me, and healthy otherwise. i cant see going through this again. as it is, my specialist will be retiring and said for sure he documented the facts from the cause and affect of my fall, no question about it,

    hope i can find a lawyer tough enough to deal with this. work made a strand like a web of mistakes, and i wasnt using the system to get ahead, i tried to do it right, not to abuse the system. just dont know how to be that dishonest to work the system. i just paid alot of bills off, and now i'm back to square one.

    i just wont give up,. i will just be more worried of how i take care of my leg since i had to suffer so to get it fixed.
    :oops:
    i have a friend at work who golfs, and lives it. i have caddied for him and drove for alot of his friends at places. cheesey knew of it and liked that i tried interests that i didnt before,.but after the fall i couldnt drive, too many bumps in the fairway,

    i drove when and guys were over protective, a blanket tucked here, and pillow tucked in the back bar, then i felt too embarrassed to go, but it sure is beauitful sport. nothing so relaxing then to watch, and drive when the mist of the dew is just lifting, and fog just in sight to play, really pretty too see
    :)
    i have been crazy enough to drive when a storm was coming in and i actually talked guys to keep playing, i encouraged them as if they were playing like v,j, singh

    i didnt say tiger, never see him play out of a perfect weather situation, but v,j, is known to study the weather and play double the games that tiger does, :shock:

    well, i hope all is well and will be checking to see if i bored you, or interested you into a few more lines to brighten your day, :roll:

    talk more later, :wink:
     
  17. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    Glad that you are getting around better.
    Dealing with insurance companies is like trying to deal with the devil. Sadly, sometimes the only way you get any satisfaction is to cause some grief for them.

    Pro golfer or duffer?......Definetly not pro (I wish). But I manage to keep the ball out of the woods, water and sand traps (most of the time). :lol:

    How about another cheesey question?

    What would cheesey do if you beacme a Vikings Fan or a Bears Fan? :p
     
  18. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    sounds like you play mighty fine... i told my friend once, if you play the trees - water - and sand traps you make your game longer and you get more for your money playing a longer game. When i first drove, thats how my friend played all over the place. Then he became more consistant and played well.... no challenge for me cause thats part of the game i like looking for the golf balls, so then i got bored,,, game too short and no looking time, haha

    just a sec.... alan was reading the question
    and of many other talents he has he sings real well. nearly professional!

    you know country song? :rotflmao: d-i-v-o-r-c-e (by a female singer)
    its a old song

    well your comment really helped because as of today i was denied my claim and let the war begin :roll: ,,,, actually still too sick to care... why is it that you have to be a creep to get things done :wall: ,,? i have lived without money before. I just about had our debt cleared.....then.....whammmm! but its ok i wont hurry to take care of it. my health comes first.

    actually my friend marybeth's husband is a vikings fan, and alot of times alan pays attention to what the vikings do... humm hard question to answer that cuts into the personal. :penflag: :lol:

    :pop:
    one time when we were neighbors at a mobile home park (here come the "jerry springer" jokes!) :rubeyes: . everytime the packer played the vikings the bet was pizza for the night. if the packers lost, we had to pay for the pizza, if the vikings lost, they had to pay... marybeth taped two sticks, a broom handle and a cookie sheet so we could pass the pizza thru the windows.... i never really remember marybeth picking sides except if you think it was funny then remember how the one trailer had a packers mailbox and their trailer had a vikings flag.. some games we watched together depending how fun we wanted to make it.

    i think cheesey would ship me off to colorado, where bill lives now if i was to become a vikings fan.
    if i became a bears fan, i think they would find me floating in lake michigan! :lol: :eek:mg:
     
  19. vikesrule

    vikesrule Cheesehead

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    Well, Colorado is better than Lake Michigan!

    Sorry to hear that you are still having problems with the insurance company.

    My sister is a lawyer in a firm that deals exclusively with Workers Compensation and worker injury claims. I know that her firm provides free initial consulation and if they accept the case, all fees are only on a "case win" situation and are part of the settlement.
    There should be a law firm in your area that is similar.

    Sidenote: I love to send her lawyer jokes, they are almost as funny a Packer Fan jokes! :p

    Here is a questions for cheesey:

    How does Mrs. Cheesey put up with up with your lame, warped and overall "roll your eyes" sense of humor? :)
     
  20. dhpackr

    dhpackr Cheesehead

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    stay strong
     
  21. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    She usually doesn't. She doesn't like my sense of humor. Very rarely does she laugh at anything i say or do. I try hard, but most of the time it doesn't work.
     
  22. wpr

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    Mrs C,
    Is it true that you forced him to give up tickets to a Packers game (preseason) in order to take you to some lame Irish festival? No don't answer that I am just being smart aleck.
    I just want to say that I spoke (PM'd) a lot with Cheesey when my father was ill and passing away this past summer. Alan spoke of the time his father and others passed away as well. I really really appreciated it. To have someone else to talk to was a huge help.
    From what he told me of his father I can see how it was his Dad that taught him to put the lid down.
    It seems to that the two of you are made for each other. God bless.

    Now the real question.

    Steak or Brats?
     
  23. cheesey

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    No sir i was actually upset that he didnt go to the game. if i would have known i would have done the overtime and collected my vacation pay. at the irish fest it down poured in buckets... no lie it really did. since i really dont ask for much like most women, i mean clothes, jewlery, suits, fancy house. i even dont favor fancy expensive furniture, and if a used car works mechanically, i would rather have that then a new one, ( dont propose to me your already married :wink: ),,,,,, we took a vow to each other that our parents came first in our marriage, even though on my side of the family it wasnt appreciated. long story. alans brother, same blood same parents, but nothing the same totally different. as i said about my family, my mother was not at all like the rest and that loss is still there. i wish many days still that the cheesey could have showed her a good time. you dont need alot of money to do that, but the way the world is now a days, things are not cherished as they should be. as it is, we have no kids. my system couldnt carry past 3 months, so it wasnt the cheeseys fault, but there was alot of expenses to that early on in our marriage. i will type more if i could but it would be best if that would be said on a private note.
    About your dad, i have medical back ground and have been on the employment side of the health field, and to tell you the truth that is why i went back to factory work which was the best way to go... when your heart is crushed and the brain just cant adjust. so i know just how you feel, although i have to admit i could tell you much that would allow you to not feel so alone. the other part was the better half, when mister cheesey helped you in time of need. the holidays are the hardest, and its hard to trust people with how you feel cuz people will claim that they know, but they dont. each person is different. alot of church people use the excuse "the're in a better place and they are happier", and maybe true, and yes i believe it as well, but my concern is i am human and here, they are not, and that loss is just so overloading. thats why a talk privately would be more then welcome at my e-mail, only if you want. otherwise, just take what good i wrote here and know you are not alone,.I remember alan having issues of his own which we share, but the loss of my best friend, made mr and mrs cheesey have a fight. yes we are normal, but even cheesey regreted his comment, but it only shows that no one is perfect, although alan really is close. but hurt is nasty and mix that with loss and crap you just wish you werent here, that sometimes it just gets to be too much. thats why to say to someone, "get over it", is just not the answer. but i will tell you i wished alan would have went to the packer game, because thats just how we do things. we do things that people that are married just dont get. but if people would do like we do for each other, the rate of divorce would be lower and people would rather stay married. but i have been told we're strange,
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    maybe i should put a question to the packer fans here, if you were to describe cheesy with one word and one word only - what would that word be, so people think hard and clear, and let the mrs, cheesey know, i would be interested!

    not to be rude, but cheesey can be real picky. that comes from his mom who i say in a giggling way, he likes hot dogs, haahha again,,hes the cook in the family
    I treat cheesey like a greek god........i give him "burnt offerings!" :lol:

    i like steak... must have been a bad habit from my dad,, giggle giggle,
    it has to be prime rib, or tenderloin!
     
  24. Pack93z

    Pack93z You retired too? .... Not me. I'm in my prime

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    Entertaining...
     
  25. vikesrule

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    Mrs. cheesey, I'm crushed.....you limited your question to football fans of questionable character :p
     

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