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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by axe4me, Dec 1, 2019.
Thats a good question!!
I got my best friend and wonderful wife a new IPad. Already gave it to her and she loves it!! Her old one was very slow.
Sill undecided. She always says that she doesn’t need or want anything, and she gives me no clues what to buy.
I’ll do my best, as I always try to do.
Same here Bro!
Always tough !
Router table or hand planer, advised "If planer, must be Milwaukee or Bosch"
Let me know how that works out for ya
Sex toys and a subscription to National Geographic.
Good stereo headphones are always appreciated too.
iPad, favorite shoes and I’m broke now.
C0 & C1 surgery, hopefully the pain will subside a lil for her. Stinks when it's out of pocket ..no fault state's stink. Pretty crazy dui driver hit us & we have to pay...
A Fender Mustang 90, in olympic white. She is just starting out, but is struggling with my partscaster, due to the scale length. She has small hands so the Mustang will be a better fit.
Something running related, probably a pair of 'racing shoes'...we run together (a lot) and I was surprised when I learned that she always wears her training shoes in races...I tried explaining to her how much time she could shave off her personal best times if she'd get a pair of ultra light, specific racing shoes but she doesn't care - so I'll grab some for her lol.
No joke, that's what she likes- woodworking. She has a M18 7.25" Milwaukee circular saw arriving any day now. She hates jewelry. In fact, almost 20 years ago one of her conditions in for marriage was no rings, jewelry, gold, etc for either of us. Win/win!
All these christmas commercials show a guy walking his wife to the driveway where there is a new Lexus SUV with a bow on it.
Just an idea.
I just started dating this girl and not sure what to get her. About three weeks after dating it was her birthday. That is how it always is with me.
I live in a no fault state. For medical, the first million bucks I owe the hospital is covered by my no fault insurance. It’s basic full coverage. And I needed it once, to the tune of about $200k.
No fault insurance at least in PA goes off of individual coverage of your own policy. No matter what happens.Stinks cause dude hit us has had no repercussions. It"s all on my insurance. the medical has a certain amount..we way over that..way....all out of pocket. His policy is 15k..so now My insurance goes after his..blah..blah
used to be, you got hit...the police officer gave you other parties Insurance & you rode that out. Nope..changed it...not sure what is going to happen. If i didn't work my a.. off we work be sunk
Sue the piece of shit!