Lord Uriel Posted July 15, 2007 Report Share Posted July 15, 2007 On Friday it was made abundently clear to me that my husband has nothing to look forward to in life except for his all consuming game turns. When he informed me of this, I tried to comfort him with the knowledge that he also had my smiling face to wake up to every morning. In an attempt to start today off well I woke up multiple times with the hopes of my smiling face being the first thing he saw when he opened his eyes. I thought I was successful, but it was immediatly apparent that he was despondent over not having his game turns. After getting up, he immediately went to his computer with pathetic hopes that by some act of god, his game turns would be in. As we all know ..., they were not. Since he has nothing else to live for, he had to check anyway. Following his fruitless attempt to retrieve his game turns he emerged from his study acting snippy. He then informed me that he had a horrible headache and proceeded to take an unusually long shower. He sulked around the house for quite a while and then he went to work. One would think that MY game turn hell would be over. However, Lord Uriel, found it necessay to call me at home to beg me to check for his game turns. I refused. When my husband came home from work, he once again checked for his game turns. Still not there, he proceeded to mumble to himself with disbelief and frustration about his non-exsistent game turns. I have now come to realize that my husband is not truly happy unless he has his loving wife ... no, his game turns. In conclusion "thank you Pete" for giving me wonderful insight into my marriage. P.S. My husband and I were married this past October. My husband had informed me prior to the wedding that I was lucky our wedding did not land on game turn day or he may be late or not be fully present due to these wonderful game turns. I guess I picked the right day because now I have my husband and his game turns til death do us part "I'm not to sure how long that will be." Thank you, Lord Uriel's wife: Empress Cha Cha Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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