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See, because of them you can have the freedom to make such off the cuff statements. Though war is not something wonderful, it serves it's own precarious reasoning in history and at times definitely serves itself as a triumph to the betterment of mankind, and therefore quite often represents pride for the down trodden. Take the Jews in WW II, do you think pride did not serve up to the men who freed the enslaved prisoners of the Nazi regime, if you do not think there was a time to be proud of war, then my friend you do not get it at all. However, I do not want to debate war and it's intricacies, I prefer to just make a conscience view about a mans suit.
While seizing on the obvious, you fail to understand my more subtle point: the good outcomes of war are surely something for which one may feel pride, but the killing should not be.
post #92 of 96
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I lend her 1 000 euros without any intrest for shopping, this is already enough classy
Ernest, ernest, ernest. You are supposed to *give* her gifts, especially if you coerced her into going shopping with you in the first place. Lending her the money is reasonable enough if you can't afford/prefer-to-not get her all the stuff she wants; but I don't see any self-respecting guy making interest off his girlfriend. That would take a real piece of work.
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I lend her 1 000 euros without any intrest for shopping, this is already enough classy
Ernest, ernest, ernest.  You are supposed to *give* her gifts, especially if you coerced her into going shopping with you in the first place.   Lending her the money is reasonable enough if you can't afford/prefer-to-not get her all the stuff she wants; but I don't see any self-respecting guy making interest off his girlfriend.  That would take a real piece of work.
Word. Every self-respecting guy I know charges two points on loans to their GFs.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy,Feb. 17 2005,11:55
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I lend her 1 000 euros without any intrest for shopping, this is already enough classy
Ernest, ernest, ernest.  You are supposed to *give* her gifts, especially if you coerced her into going shopping with you in the first place.   Lending her the money is reasonable enough if you can't afford/prefer-to-not get her all the stuff she wants; but I don't see any self-respecting guy making interest off his girlfriend.  That would take a real piece of work.
Word.  Every self-respecting guy I know charges two points on loans to their GFs.
The nicer ones accept repayment in kind.
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(LA Guy @ Feb. 17 2005,07:00) Quote Tell her she has managed to land a real catch. ...Ok, I was about to say I could see you keeping the discount on the jacket... then you turned around and said you were going to charge her 250 for the thing. LOL. Let's hope she doesn't read the forum ...she may go shopping for a new boyfriend
Sorry ernest, I agree with Carlo here. Not a classy move. At very least you should be splitting your "winnings" with her.
I lend her 1 000 euros without any intrest for shopping, this is already enough classy[/quote] Ernest, that comment made me laugh to the point of tears. That is probably the most beautiful thing I have read all day.
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[quote] Word.  Every self-respecting guy I know charges two points on loans to their GFs. ['QUOTE]
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The nicer ones accept repayment in kind.
Reminds me of a particular Dee Oh Double Gee song.  Remember, pimp takes 100%.  Everytime.  *All* the time.
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