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My Brudder in law......

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by cheesey, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    I HAVE to share this with you!
    Today at the end of hunting, my brother in law wanted to change from his heavy hunting boots into lighter ones. (Now remember, this is a TRUE story, not a joke!)
    So, he took off his heavy boots, and put on his light ones. So far, so good.............he laced up his one boot, and then he was looking around in the back of his van. I was gonna ask him, but i thought "Theres NO way he's looking for what I'm thinking".........after a few minutes, I asked him what he's looking for, and sure enough, his other boot! IT WAS ON HIS FOOT ALREADY!!! I about died laughing!!!! We all had a good laugh (Including him!) Now i have the new nickname for him....."BOOTS!"
    NOT A MADE UP STORY!!!
    (I promised him i wouldn't use his name!!!)LOLOLOL!!! :thumbsup: :rotflmao:
     
  2. Yared-Yam

    Yared-Yam Cheesehead

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    I don't get it.
     
  3. tromadz

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    happens to all of us, cheesey. Ive looked for my glasses multiple times, when they were on my hat which was on MY HEAD! ARGH!
     
  4. CaliforniaCheez

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    I would think the women would be laughing as men tend to do this a lot.

    Amazing how often after a few minutes of searching my keys are in another pocket.
     
  5. Raider Pride

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    I was speaking at a Convention in Dallas, They had had a speaker speaking after me so I sat down to catch his gig. He was speaking on dressing for success.

    Being in the front row about 2 feet from the stage I noticed when he put his hands in his pockets, the pant legs on his suit pulled up high enough to notice that he was wearing two different socks. One Navy Blue, and one Black.

    I just about died.

    RP
     
  6. 4packgirl

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    men can't find ANYTHING...end of story!!!!! LOL! :D
     
  7. TOPackerFan

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    As someone who's quite fussy about his attire, I love this story.
     
  8. tromadz

    tromadz Cheesehead

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    quiet, you!
     
  9. 4packgirl

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    LOL, trommykins - sad but true!!
    kinda like that bottle of ketchup in the fridge sitting right in front of your face - "hun, where's that friggin ketchup?" - neanderthals!! ;) :rotflmao:
     
  10. all about da packers

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    That story is funny, but pfft I can out do that!

    About 3 weeks ago I was in a rush to leave for class, and not get stuck in rush hour traffick. I came to my room, looking around my computer desk for my glasses.

    I kept thinking I swear I just saw them here like a couple of minutes ago. Well I thought it'd be a while before I found my glasses, so I went to take off my hat and guess what..... I feel something in front of my eyes, and then realize I've had my glasses on the whole time..... :|
     
  11. 4packgirl

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    LOLOLOL!!! you are WAY too young for behavior like this - keep it up & you'll be slurping applesauce thru a straw by the time you're 30!!!! ;)
     
  12. cyoung

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    Very funny story Cheesey happens to everyone once in a while

    same thing happened to me...except they werent on my head they were on my eyes I was wearing them and I looked all over the lake for them (I was fishing) felt like a jackass when I found out I was wearing them on my eyes.
     
  13. cheesey

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    Now.......for me, the glasses thing will never happen. I can't see without them, so if i CAN see, i KNOW i have them on!!! :rotflmao:
    I have done the "Where the heck are my car keys!?!?" ......and had them in my HAND!!!
     
  14. ChrisC

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    Unfortunately, I can also provide evidence of this! Whenever I "lose" something and ask my wife

    "Do you know where ... is?"

    her standard reply is

    "Where have you looked?"

    She knows that it will most likely be in the first place I tried, but that I am too impatient to look properly :doh:

    We went on a Myers-Briggs (personality type) conference once, and apparently there is a "type" that is prone to this!! Sadly, for some reason, I don't remember if this type is also referred to as "male"!!! :lol:

    Now, where's the "Submit" button ...?!

    Chris
     
  15. big3

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    I was in a car accident when i was a teenager. part of the fallout from that was short term memory issues. I lose EVERYTHING. the kids mom used to tell me "you'd lose your balls if they weren't in a sack." LOL
     
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    Uh, ah, I was going to make a smart-*** reply to all this, but half way down the list of posts I forgot what the original post was about, who posted it, and what I was going to say.

    Who said these are our "golden years." BS!
     
  17. PackerLegend

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    Where am I? :-?
     
  18. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    Well......being a Lions fan, it would have been better if you had LONG term memory loss, hey? (Just kidding Big3! I MISS our good natured ribbing!!!) :thumbsup:
     
  19. 4packgirl

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    you guys are hysterical!! :)
     
  20. big3

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    long term cheesy? have you watched the lions the last 6 years? I've even started drinking so i can forget more HAHAHAHAHHAH
     
  21. cheesey

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    Oh....i SEE! (Me....i never needed an excuse to drink!!!)LOLOLOL!!!
     
  22. ChrisC

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    Hey Big3 ...

    For a "sober" assessment, how long do you think Millen has got??

    Chris
     

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