When The Lovely Mrs. Flagpole utters an "I Love You Flagpole", I simply state, "good, it's a requirement".
cat's got my tongue wrote:
Girlfriend of 5 months and I see each other a couple times a week and talk on the phone once or twice. In between, we might text each other 3-4 times a day. We are both divorced with kids. The problem: Texting -I am totally coming up dry lately, aside from the standard "thinking of you" crap. Prior to this, I was wowing her with my simple and sincere(not overly sappy) expressions, now I have nothing. After this amount of time, I find myself repeating things I've already said. It wouldn't be so bad, but she's used to my "A" game, and it has left me. Feelings between us are growing, maybe I'm overthinking too much now. In any event, I am paralyzed by the thought of responding to a simple "you are sweet", or "I miss you". How do I get the mojo back?
I think this merits further explanation. Is this a case of the missing Q-Tips, and you are offering a flimsy alibi? Is this resulting from financial distress, and your wife complaining about not being able to balance the family budget because of your excessive Q-Tip usage? Had your wife made a comment about the abundance and health of your ear potatoes and was actually encouraging you to increase your Q-Tip usage.
marr age wrote:
"I haven't really been using qtips. I've cut back almost 100%" (no explanation needed)
Allright fine, I'll explain. It's actually a very boring but strange story.
My mind is just spinning away thinking about the possible scenarios. Please don't keep us in suspense.