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    My lovely partner just emailed me this from work .. think it was a warning?

    A woman, standing looking in the bedroom mirror and said to her

    "I feel horrible, I look fat and ugly. Please pay me a compliment."

    The husband replied, "Your eyesight's **** near perfect."

    He never heard the shot....

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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    Ian, I think when your lovely partner arrives home from work, you better gently put your arms around her and tell her just how beautiful you think she is.


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