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I was in ecstasy with a huge smile on my face as Mrs OB moved forward,
Then backwards, forward, then backwards again.....
Back and forth...
Back and forth.....
In and out.......
Mrs OB could feel the sweat on her forehead, between her breasts and trickling down the small of her back.
She was getting near to the end.
Her heart was pounding..... Her face was flushed.....
Then she moaned, softly at first, then began to groan louder.
Finally, totally exhausted, she let out an almighty scream and shouted,

"Okay, Okay!!! I can’t park the car!!! You do it, you smug b@st@rd!!!"

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Very funny!

By the way, have you looked into the cost of divorce lately??

Mrs. T.

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By the way, have you looked into the cost of divorce lately??
Mrs. T.

We haven't, at least not since the time I found her standing naked in front of the full length bedroom mirror looking sad. I asked her what was wrong and she replied "I'm old and I'm fat, I need you to give me a compliment". Apparently me saying "there's nothing wrong with your eyesight" wasn't what she wanted to hear.

She is good to me though, I was out and found myself in a situation where I didn't know what to do, panicking I phoned her for help. I explained to her that I was on a galloping horse with a sharp drop to my right, beside me was a charging elephant travelling at the same speed as my horse, in front of me was a kangaroo, and behind me a lion, also travelling at the same speed as my horse. I was stumped as to what to do until she said "get off the merry-go-round and come home you drunken old fool".

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Thanks for giving me such a laugh!

However, from your first paragraph I would be very wary if I were you - e.g. don't eat the "mushrooms" until you see her eating them first!!

It also reminded me of a true story (I am not kidding). A certain doctor here had a patient who came in really depressed with a friend beside her for support.
The doctor said "you are depressed, fat and ugly - why don't you throw yourself off the baragem?" !!! (this is a popular suicide spot around here, apparently).
When the friend told patient's husband the med. council got involved and Dr. ended up paying about 700 € compensation out of court. Dr. said "it was a joke .."
He is still practicing .......

Mrs. T.

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That's terrible. Is he still practising medicine, or practising jokes?

My biggest dread is getting old, forgetful & stupid and not realising it. Whilst discussing this with Mrs OB I asked her to kill me if it happened, she said no problem and immediately went and got the kitchen knife.
I think she's at more risk than me, a few years ago she accused me of eating a whole bunch of bananas she had bought earlier that day and put in the fridge. She wouldn't believe me when I said I hadn't touched them, there were no bananas in the fridge. She was adamant that she hadn't left them in the supermarket because she had a clear recollection of taking them out of the shopping bag and putting them in the fridge. That evening, after dinner, I went to load the dishwasher and guess what was in there, yep an untouched bunch of bananas. I was still to blame though, according to her I should have looked in the dishwasher for the bananas earlier.

Both are true.

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