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  1. #1
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    Default ''How to go fishing, and stay happily married"

    answers on a stamp please
    two wrongs dont make a right but three rights make a left !

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    Oxymoron

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    well Ive done it for forty years but when asked how I went blank
    two wrongs dont make a right but three rights make a left !

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    Hats off to you mate, you've got style with a capital ''S''. The answer to the question could be, find a female who enjoys fishing. Failing that, invest in a pair of knee pads and practice ''yes my dear'' with conviction.

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    Sue and I actually met, for the first time, in a fishing tackle shop.

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    cool...................
    two wrongs dont make a right but three rights make a left !

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    Forty four years hitched for me. I've just asked Pat how she puts up with it, her reply. ''When you've been out, you come back tired but happy, and I can wrap you round my little finger. When you haven't been out, you're just grumpy, and complain about the TV programmes I want to watch''.

    Having said all that, we've been together so long, and been through so much, it's kinda like a two piece jigsaw, we fit.

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    "When you haven't been out, you're just grumpy, and complain about the TV programmes I want to watch''.

    lol lol lol, how very true

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    My wife said to me, if you think you're sitting there after we've spent a bloody fortune on fishing stuff you're up a bloody gum tree (well it wasn't put as nice as that).

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    A match fishing friends wife even turns his casters for him during the week. Just as long as she got/gets her Saturday night out (with hubby) shes happy.

    Another friends wife encourages him to go fishing; she hardly ever sees him and they leave notes for each other on the fridge door.

    My wife hates fishing and anglers, at times I think she hates me. I even made the ultimate sacrifice and sold all my tackle when we first married in 1965, the following year I was back fishing.

    The only thing I really regret during my fishing life is that my son never took an interest in angling.

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