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    Marital Rating Scale

    Men rate your women:

    / 1. Slow in coming to bed- delays till husband is almost almost asleep should rate more than 1 demerit
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    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    had it in the ear before
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    dresses for breakfast +5
    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    Needs to be updated for modern times.

    - works extra hours so I can buy more bike schwag
    - enjoys NSFW activities
    - brings hawt friends along
    - keeps the lawn in tip-top shape
    - keeps the cars oil changed
    - supports me so I can ride 600 miles / week

    etc
    * not actually a Rock Star

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    My wife is never gay. Is that a fail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gutfiddle
    dresses for breakfast +5
    naked for breakfast +eleventy
    "Wind doesn't suck, it blows." - my friend Bill
    "Knowin' the time ain't gonna get me there quicker" -Fear

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    I like how the best score you can get is "poor."

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    I don't understand the scoring---- does this last for a week? A month? A year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wood
    naked for breakfast +eleventy
    You must not have kids.

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    Is there more to this test? A perfect score (points for all the merits and no demerits) only warrants a score of 25 (poor). Or is that the point?
    "Wind doesn't suck, it blows." - my friend Bill
    "Knowin' the time ain't gonna get me there quicker" -Fear

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    Undresses for breakfast, +10.

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    Someone needs to find out if Dr George W Crane ever did a study along with this scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wood
    Is there more to this test? A perfect score (points for all the merits and no demerits) only warrants a score of 25 (poor). Or is that the point?
    it's only the first page...I spent about 2 minutes trying to find the rest to no avail
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-in-Evanston
    Undresses for breakfast, +10.
    exactly....
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wood
    Is there more to this test? A perfect score (points for all the merits and no demerits) only warrants a score of 25 (poor). Or is that the point?
    29 Minutes Ago 04:35 PM
    Brick Tamland I like how the best score you can get is "poor."
    12345.

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    Fat'r + Slow'r than TMB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creakyknees
    Needs to be updated for modern times.

    - works extra hours so I can buy more bike schwag
    - enjoys NSFW activities
    - brings hawt friends along
    - keeps the lawn in tip-top shape
    - keeps the cars oil changed
    - supports me so I can ride 600 miles / week

    etc
    Then I have the perfect wife....SWEEETTTT
    Just fast enough to know I am slow.

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    I fail.
    No turkey unless it's a club sandwich
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea138
    I fail.
    Well o.k. but what is your position on dressing/undressing for breakfast?!?
    Quote Originally Posted by the_dude
    these are better than i was expecting, and my expectations were already rather high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB1
    Well o.k. but what is your position on dressing/undressing for breakfast?!?
    It depends on whether or not I'm using the stove to prepare my food.
    No turkey unless it's a club sandwich
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea138
    It depends on whether or not I'm using the stove to prepare my food.
    If you're cooking bacon you're allowed to wear an apron.

    P.S. The apron may not be 'soiled or ragged' per demerit item number four.
    Last edited by SilasCL; 05-14-2008 at 01:48 PM.
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    How does a wifey score better than "poor" when the Merit column adds up to a maximum of 25?

    Or did I miss something in the instructions?

    Or is that the point?

    Am I that dense?

    What's wrong with red nail polish anyway?
    You'd be better off with a netbook, they do everything better.

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    Fat'r + Slow'r than TMB
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    Red is always a faster color, c0d3
    Just fast enough to know I am slow.

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    I hate it when my hos have crooked seams.





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    They're so tired of shooting protest singers that they hardly mention us
    While fountains fill with second-hand perfume and sodden trading stamps
    They'll hang the bullies and the louts that dampen down the day" - EC

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry b
    How does a wifey score better than "poor" when the Merit column adds up to a maximum of 25?

    Or did I miss something in the instructions?

    Or is that the point?

    Am I that dense?

    What's wrong with red nail polish anyway?
    it's only page one of a multipage test
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    Quote Originally Posted by svend
    it's only page one of a multipage test
    Oh man, you can't do that to survey junkies. We get all het up in a snit.
    You'd be better off with a netbook, they do everything better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry b
    Oh man, you can't do that to survey junkies. We get all het up in a snit.
    I've googled trying to find the rest of it...no dice
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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