Fathers Day Loot

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Fathers Day Loot

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I got one of these for Fathers Day. I was a little skeptical at first, but wow, that thing is awesome. While the coffee might cost a little more, it makes great coffee and you don't have to mess with coffee grounds, filters, or washing coffee pots etc. Taste great, less mess! :s mile
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I bought myself a car buffer:
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Need to work on my black Ford F150 Crew Cab truck. Also bought it to fix my wife's Honda Accord and the extra paint she got from hitting things.
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Well, my daughter is an odd one (and 4 years old). She gave me her McDonalds toy (the airplane). She gave me a Spider Man trash can for Christmas.
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normalicy wrote:Well, my daughter is an odd one (and 4 years old). She gave me her McDonalds toy (the airplane). She gave me a Spider Man trash can for Christmas.
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No, those gifts are excellent Fathers Day gifts from 4 year olds. Enjoy :s mile
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awww @ normalicy, ~ sweet :)

ain't nuttin' like a good cup o' joe in the morn, phil, ~ enjoy :)
Executioner wrote:I bought myself a car buffer:
... Also bought it to fix my wife's Honda Accord and the extra paint she got from hitting things.
lol ;)
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No, those gifts are excellent Fathers Day gifts from 4 year olds. Enjoy
Oh, I'm not complaining. She's just odd. Still not sure what she was trying to say about me with the trash can.
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Executioner wrote:I bought myself a car buffer:
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http://www.autogeek.net/meguiars-dual-a ... -g110.html

Need to work on my black Ford F150 Crew Cab truck. Also bought it to fix my wife's Honda Accord and the extra paint she got from hitting things.
lol...that gift is more like a sentence to many, many, MANY long hours of hard work. :s mile it's good work though...enjoy!
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normalicy wrote:Oh, I'm not complaining. She's just odd. Still not sure what she was trying to say about me with the trash can.
Probably the wife's idea. Trying to tell you to take out the trash without her having to nag you :p
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Probably the wife's idea. Trying to tell you to take out the trash without her having to nag you
I would have thought that, but my daughter really is that wierd & she was really proud of her present. I guess she thought the one I had in my bathroom wasn't flashy enough.
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