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    When your wife tries to be helpful...

    And burns the pile of cardboard on the back deck but doesn't check to see if they are all empty.

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    Oh man!
    Trying to be helpful you say...

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    Well, what was it doing in a pile of cardboard on the back deck?

    You were hiding it before sneaking it in, weren't you?
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    That's grounds for divorce

    Just saying

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Well, what was it doing in a pile of cardboard on the back deck?

    You were hiding it before sneaking it in, weren't you?
    Yeah, something seems awry with this.

    I see two things. You were trying to be coy, and so was she.

    Did she say, "checkmate" when you found your barbequed handlebar??

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    Hahaha no foul play just an honest accident. I had boxed it up after taking pictures to sell it and it was lying on the table near said pile. Accidentally made it's way to a viking funeral.

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    Well at least it wasn't a new set of bars waiting to be installed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkat273 View Post
    Hahaha no foul play just an honest accident. I had boxed it up after taking pictures to sell it and it was lying on the table near said pile. Accidentally made it's way to a viking funeral.

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    Oh crap! Is that the bar I just won on eBay?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkat273 View Post
    Hahaha no foul play just an honest accident. I had boxed it up after taking pictures to sell it and it was lying on the table near said pile. Accidentally made it's way to a viking funeral.

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    Recycling: save the planet, and a 2nd-chance to save your shit from the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DtEW View Post
    Recycling: save the planet, and a 2nd-chance to save your shit from the bin.
    I recycled the bar. Unfortunately we don't have local cardboard recycling.

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    That buff out

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