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  • Warren Harding
    Better not to tell him you know a guy with the name, Jeo . 47Dad47 From: svbrosa Reply-To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com To:
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 1, 2005
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      Better not to tell him you know a guy with the name, "Jeo".

      47Dad47


      From: "svbrosa" <electra_eos@...>
      Reply-To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
      To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [NUTS] Having an affair vs. Geocaching
      Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 03:24:47 -0000

      Okay, I need to share this, before I bust out laughing and pee my
      pants.

      My hubby has been acting a little weird lately, especially when I
      come back from geocaching. When I first started doing this, he said
      he thought it was a senseless activity and said I could go ahead and
      do it, but he didn't want to know anything about it.

      Alright, so, when I go out, I tell him I'm going for a walk (with the
      kids and dog, most of the time). We NEVER tell him about our finds,
      and just keep it all to ourselves.

      But the weird behavior has been getting to me. I finally just put him
      on the spot and asked him was his problem was, and he asked me if I'm
      having an affair! I was floored! He said that it is really suspicious
      when I come home with leaves and twigs in my hair, dirt/mud on my
      shoes, and I don't tell him anything about my "walk". He thought I
      was meeting someone to roll around in the grass/bushes/mud!

      My reply to all this was that he said he didn't want to know about
      geocaching, so that's why I don't talk about it. Come to find out,
      he'd completely put it out of his mind and totally forgot that me and
      the kids were doing it.

      I wanted to slap him silly.

      SvbRosa





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    • JeoMc5@aol.com
      There goes my allibi :P JUst tell him that you go with someone geocaching ;) Jeo ... From: Warren Harding To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 1, 2005
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        There goes my allibi :P
        JUst tell him that you go with someone geocaching ;)
        Jeo
         
        -----Original Message-----
        From: Warren Harding <warrenh2002@...>
        To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 11:14:43 -0800
        Subject: RE: [NUTS] Having an affair vs. Geocaching

        Better not to tell him you know a guy with the name, "Jeo".
        47Dad47


        From: "svbrosa" <electra_eos@...>
        Reply-To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
        To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [NUTS] Having an affair vs. Geocaching
        Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 03:24:47 -0000

        Okay, I need to share this, before I bust out laughing and pee my
        pants.

        My hubby has been acting a little weird lately, especially when I
        come back from geocaching. When I first started doing this, he said
        he thought it was a senseless activity and said I could go ahead and
        do it, but he didn't want to know anything about it.

        Alright, so, when I go out, I tell him I'm going for a walk (with the
        kids and dog, most of the time). We NEVER tell him about our finds,
        and just keep it all to ourselves.

        But the weird behavior has been getting to me. I finally just put him
        on the spot and asked him was his problem was, and he asked me if I'm
        having an affair! I was floored! He said that it is really suspicious
        when I come home with leaves and twigs in my hair, dirt/mud on my
        shoes, and I don't tell him anything about my "walk". He thought I
        was meeting someone to roll around in the grass/bushes/mud!

        My reply to all this was that he said he didn't want to know about
        geocaching, so that's why I don't talk about it. Come to find out,
        he'd completely put it out of his mind and totally forgot that me and
        the kids were doing it.

        I wanted to slap him silly.

        SvbRosa





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      • Braz
        Stick with the geocaching. Much healthier.
        Message 3 of 3 , Dec 2, 2005
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          Stick with the geocaching.  Much healthier.

           
          On 12/1/05, JeoMc5@... <JeoMc5@...> wrote:
          There goes my allibi :P
          JUst tell him that you go with someone geocaching ;)
          Jeo
           
          -----Original Message-----
          From: Warren Harding <warrenh2002@... >
          To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 11:14:43 -0800
          Subject: RE: [NUTS] Having an affair vs. Geocaching

          Better not to tell him you know a guy with the name, "Jeo".
          47Dad47

           

          From: "svbrosa" <electra_eos@...>
          Reply-To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
          To: nuts_@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [NUTS] Having an affair vs. Geocaching
          Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 03:24:47 -0000

          Okay, I need to share this, before I bust out laughing and pee my
          pants.

          My hubby has been acting a little weird lately, especially when I
          come back from geocaching. When I first started doing this, he said
          he thought it was a senseless activity and said I could go ahead and
          do it, but he didn't want to know anything about it.

          Alright, so, when I go out, I tell him I'm going for a walk (with the
          kids and dog, most of the time). We NEVER tell him about our finds,
          and just keep it all to ourselves.

          But the weird behavior has been getting to me. I finally just put him
          on the spot and asked him was his problem was, and he asked me if I'm
          having an affair! I was floored! He said that it is really suspicious
          when I come home with leaves and twigs in my hair, dirt/mud on my
          shoes, and I don't tell him anything about my "walk". He thought I
          was meeting someone to roll around in the grass/bushes/mud!

          My reply to all this was that he said he didn't want to know about
          geocaching, so that's why I don't talk about it. Come to find out,
          he'd completely put it out of his mind and totally forgot that me and
          the kids were doing it.

          I wanted to slap him silly.

          SvbRosa





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