Random rantings and ravings about the Los Angeles Dodgers, written by a small consortium of rabid Dodger fans. With occasional comments on baseball, entertainment, pop culture and life in general.
Not in my lifetime.
This has to be a dream sequence.
Married 11 years and I'm still 0-fer.
I don't even want to wander down this path.
Hey Neeebs,Does it count if you win in English, or is it negated because your wife won in Spanish?
hmmm - Orel's post, I guess there is a lot of "Orel arguement" in his house. As the caption states, the dream lives on. A smart man knows that women are always right :)
I might have a stronger "argument" if I learn to spell correctly. Bloody Brits! I work with a lot of them and their "Queens English" is rubbing off.I didn't see a single man step up to correct me. This only reinforces the point that even when she's wrong a woman can be right. As the saying goes, "If mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy".
@RB: She doesn't understand my "ridiculous Spanish" so I'm forced to concede that one.@Meanie: Mama needs to LEARN to be happy, then all will be happy.
@neebs - very good point. For whatever reason that phrase came to mind. In Dallas there is a restaurant called Mia's that has that "Mama" sign posted. The place lost its luster for me after Jerry Jones fired Tom Landry while they were both having lunch there.
@MBI was always told that a woman is always right, especially when she's wrong, so you'll get no argument from me.Oh, and regarding the Queen's English, in your defence, the Brits have dibs, as they were using it first.
Then again if MC had his way, we'd still have a Monarchy rather than a Republic.
@Neeebs,I'm not a Tory, I just play one on TV.
Torre > Tory
Alternately -La Torre di Giuseppe > La Torre di Londra
*Neeebs leans to see if that is true*
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