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It is true

It is true

January 31, 2007

Rob called me from work today with the news. My computer is finally fixed.

What was wrong with it?

I heard, “Wahwahwah defrag wahwahwah megabytes wahwah gigabytes wahwahwah more memory wahwahwah hard drive…”

But it is fixed.

Of course he forgot to bring it home to me. Forgot to bring it home to me.

What did I say?

“I told you that you were an asshole.”

My daughter is such a bad influence.

Posted by Chris @ 11:08 pm  

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  1. Tricia says:

    Perfect!

  2. Keith says:

    Ha - that’s worse than leaving the jacket all over the house.

  3. bluepaintred says:

    OMG snort. Water Out My Nose. Way Way WAY too funny

  4. Maddy says:

    You have potty trained her well.

  5. Mrs. Schmitty says:

    That horrible little influence!! Hee hee

  6. Tara says:

    My husband would be so dead.

  7. CathyC says:

    What?! With-hold dinner until you get it back.

  8. Nicki says:

    How dare he!!!!

  9. Amy says:

    What was he thinking?!? OH wait! He wasn’t thinking. Quoting my bad influence daughter “what the hell?”
    Hope he remebers it today, lest you have to shoot him and bury his body our back.

  10. Meg says:

    ARRRGH! He’s in the doghouse with all of US now…;)

  11. Katie says:

    Ha! You sent him back to work for it, right?

    And I’m dying to hear more about the fashion show! Although I guess the post would be more interesting after the fact.

  12. Mir says:

    I can tell him, too, if that makes him remember to bring it home. Just let me know. ;)

  13. jm says:

    I hate it when a laptop goes wahwahwah on me. We just got ours back. It was done on a Thursday…Aaron went to get it on Monday.

    Is this a pattern? Something to do with their DNA?

  14. Karly says:

    Oh, the bastard. I hope you kicked him.

  15. kalisah says:

    it was probably the flux capacitor. I understand those things peter out all the time.

  16. Chris2 says:

    You are too funny…so just go to NYC and enjoy the guy’s birthday with him and all will be forgiven.
    Oh, and we want to hear all about it. Hopefully, you will have your computer back by then. Sheesh

  17. Carola says:

    excellent! ;)

  18. peepnroosmom says:

    Yay! It’s all fixed. I can’t believe he forgot to bring it home. Men!

  19. Allanna says:

    *lol* He’s going to make up this glaring error to you, right??

    This better be worth some quality chocolate or some new shoes or something.

    And, tut-tut, your daughter IS a bad influence. *lol* But a darling-cute bad influence.

  20. InterstellarLass says:

    HA! Sounds like he deserved it. Better give you something worth while tonight.

  21. Toni says:

    hehe snort, cackle!

  22. Susan says:

    Well you already KNOW how he would’ve been greeted by our daughter, had he walked in the door computerless!

    Hmph! Men! It’s always their fault.

  23. Danielle says:

    It’s probably for the best that you only have one girl. Imagine what you would be saying if there had been more!!! The horror. The shame.

    Now go kick your husband for me.