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Gunny
06-16-2017, 05:19 PM
They tear the OLD AND ROTTEN (clue there) fence down across the street and Einstein is take the OLD AND ROTTEN fencing and putting it in OUR f-ing garage.

Well, but ... it's free. It's OLD AND ROTTEN. Hell-fucking-o ... why do you think they tore the OLD AND ROTTEN fence down and bought a new one? :slap:

And you're blocking my weight bench, bitch.:slap::slap:

Kathianne
06-16-2017, 05:22 PM
They tear the OLD AND ROTTEN (clue there) fence down across the street and Einstein is take the OLD AND ROTTEN fencing and putting it in OUR f-ing garage.

Well, but ... it's free. It's OLD AND ROTTEN. Hell-fucking-o ... why do you think they tore the OLD AND ROTTEN fence down and bought a new one? :slap:

And you're blocking my weight bench, bitch.:slap::slap:

Is your sister-in-law living with you? Son-in-law! Got it!

Gunny
06-16-2017, 05:32 PM
Is your sister-in-law living with you? Son-in-law! Got it!He'll never do a damned thing with it. We still have the last Old and rotten fence piled up in the garage. He doesn't do any work around here any-damned-way. Even if I buy the crap. It just sits there until my daughter finally gets in his a$$.

I guarantee there will be some "rearranging". SH*t ain't getting in the way of MY damned weights.

Kathianne
06-16-2017, 05:34 PM
He'll never do a damned thing with it. We still have the last Old and rotten fence piled up in the garage. He doesn't do any work around here any-damned-way. Even if I buy the crap. It just sits there until my daughter finally gets in his a$$.

I guarantee there will be some "rearranging". SH*t ain't getting in the way of MY damned weights.

Watch your footing and blood pressure.

Dis
06-16-2017, 06:21 PM
Your SIl could be the Prince of Wales, and you'd still have a problem with him, simply because he is (by definition) your SIL, which means "married to your daughter".. :slap:

hjmick
06-16-2017, 06:23 PM
Your SIl could be the Prince of Wales, and you'd still have a problem with him, simply because he is (by definition) your SIL, which means "married to your daughter".. :slap:


I have no problem with my son-in-law.


My daughter is happy. I couldn't hope for anything more.

Gunny
06-16-2017, 06:30 PM
Your SIl could be the Prince of Wales, and you'd still have a problem with him, simply because he is (by definition) your SIL, which means "married to your daughter".. :slap:That's actually backwards. He's jealous of a matchstick. To the point I had to set his ass REAL straight on some innuendos a couple years back. I was like just because your hillbilly ass is from East Texas don't mean we all are.

We usually get along. Until he kicks into dumbass gear. Interfering with MY operation is "dumbass gear".

Gunny
06-16-2017, 06:32 PM
I have no problem with my son-in-law.


My daughter is happy. I couldn't hope for anything more.Yours probably doesn't collect rotten boards and pile them in the garage.

hjmick
06-16-2017, 06:34 PM
Yours probably doesn't collect rotten boards and pile them in the garage.


That and he's 3,000 miles away...

Gunny
06-16-2017, 06:37 PM
That and he's 3,000 miles away...Mine's out back in the 100 degree heat replacing rotten boards with rotten boards. :smoke:

Dis
06-16-2017, 06:37 PM
That and he's 3,000 miles away...


...and there's the ace in the hole. :lol:

Kathianne
06-16-2017, 06:41 PM
I have no problem with my son-in-law.


My daughter is happy. I couldn't hope for anything more.

I only have 1 son in law, he's a good dad and hubby. No complaints. Besides he makes me look easy going, gotta love THAT!

Gunny
06-16-2017, 06:42 PM
I only have 1 son in law, he's a good dad and hubby. No complaints. Besides he makes me look easy going, gotta love THAT!Mine makes me look brilliant and a master of parenting skills. He's a good welder though.:laugh:

Black Diamond
06-16-2017, 06:42 PM
Was hoping this was about sister in laws.

Black Diamond
06-16-2017, 06:43 PM
Mine makes me look brilliant and a master of parenting skills. He's a good welder though.:laugh:
Mig tig or stick ?

Gunny
06-16-2017, 06:59 PM
Mig tig or stick ?I don't know. I'm an electrician. Somebody pays him for it though. He works at a plant though so he doesn't have to think outside the box.

Black Diamond
06-16-2017, 07:00 PM
I don't know. I'm an electrician. Somebody pays him for it though. He works at a plant though so he doesn't have to think outside the box.
Sounds like he does production welding as opposed to being a fabricator.

Gunny
06-16-2017, 07:07 PM
Sounds like he does production welding as opposed to being a fabricator.His idea of fabrication is replacing rotten gray boards with rotten red ones. Only where needed though. I asked if he bought the trailer hitch to go out front of the house.

hjmick
06-16-2017, 07:17 PM
Mine's out back in the 100 degree heat replacing rotten boards with rotten boards. :smoke:


Have you considered having him tested?

Gunny
06-16-2017, 07:23 PM
Have you considered having him tested?Daughter already sends him to a therapist. Apparently he just tells them why they're wrong.:laugh:

Gets a friend from work to do my daughter's brakes. He didn't bleed them. Car sounds like a Stuka dive bomber in reverse. It's "nothing". I'm like nothing until you pay for yet another set of brakes, dumbass.:slap::slap:

Gunny
06-16-2017, 08:37 PM
Gawd, I just looked at it. Apparently welders don't know what levels and measuring tapes are. I need a bag to wear over my head. :(

Abbey
06-17-2017, 04:52 PM
I'll take a goofy SIL!

Gunny
06-17-2017, 05:19 PM
I'll take a goofy SIL!Must have only a daughter. Careful what you wish for. The "DUMB" is strong with this one.:spittake:

gabosaurus
06-17-2017, 08:11 PM
I have two sisters-in-law and they are both wonderful people. Though the younger one is quite flaky. The older one moved from Southern California to Minneapolis about 25 years ago, but has managed to raise three great kids, so I can't question her about that.
We don't have a weight bench or a wooden fence, so I can't relate to that. :cool:

EDIT: Just remembered that my oldest sister in law will add a daughter in law next summer. They are both recent college graduates. Gunny would approve of future DIL's father. Comes from a Marine family. He enlisted at 18, but was disqualified from serving because he didn't pass the physical.

Dis
06-17-2017, 10:28 PM
Daughter already sends him to a therapist. Apparently he just tells them why they're wrong.:laugh:

Gets a friend from work to do my daughter's brakes. He didn't bleed them. Car sounds like a Stuka dive bomber in reverse. It's "nothing". I'm like nothing until you pay for yet another set of brakes, dumbass.:slap::slap:

Look at that.. You two DO have something in common.

Abbey
06-18-2017, 09:46 AM
Must have only a daughter. Careful what you wish for. The "DUMB" is strong with this one.:spittake:

:laugh2:

Yup, just a daughter. And Kath can tell you, around here we are dreaming of the day our daughter deigns to even date someone. It's not for lack of interested guys. She is just that picky. I think I will be buried before any grandchild is here. Le sigh.

Gunny
08-24-2017, 05:44 PM
And the boy is up to his usual genius. Again. So Wile E Coyote gets into it with my daughter about .... you guessed it ... she thinks he doesn't do enough around the house. I understand his POV. He works construction 8-10 hours a day in the Texas sun. But, of course, he pushes the being tired too far and does little to nothing when he gets home (makes me wonder what they did before I came back here). So that's the scenario.

So she tells him not to worry about taking the granddaughter to Dr's appt and she would take his name off the pickup list. During last night's argument of course.

So here comes today. He didn't. He acts like such a girl sometimes. I just stared at him and said nothing while he was explaining the "she said ...." part. And he thinks he's going to win because he's right :laugh:.

I got snacks and DVDs in my room, and a bathroom upstairs. No need for me to venture forth this evening :).

hjmick
08-24-2017, 05:55 PM
They tear the OLD AND ROTTEN (clue there) fence down across the street and Einstein is take the OLD AND ROTTEN fencing and putting it in OUR f-ing garage.

Well, but ... it's free. It's OLD AND ROTTEN. Hell-fucking-o ... why do you think they tore the OLD AND ROTTEN fence down and bought a new one? :slap:

And you're blocking my weight bench, bitch.:slap::slap:


Yes...

They come size narcissistic... size sanctimonious... size "yeah, great story, this is what HAPPENED to me...", size "my life is a lie, it's not wonderful like I've been telling you, can I borrow some money?", size "Bitch you better shut the hell up before I kick you out of my house", and all in the same sister-in-law.


The other one seems as if she's smart... at the very least she's not annoying like the first one...


Don't even get me started on her brothers...

High_Plains_Drifter
08-25-2017, 09:20 AM
I don't know. I'm an electrician. Somebody pays him for it though. He works at a plant though so he doesn't have to think outside the box.
I think I've mentioned before, Gunny, that I work whenever he needs help for a Master Electrician. He's slowing down now at 66, but recently he bought a big Atlas car lift for his shop. A bunch of us stopped over and helped him get it put up, and then came the wiring. Of course he did his masterful job of running EMT over and down to it with a disconnect box, and he wired up the control module. He hadn't fired it up yet when I had stopped back by so we heated it up, pushed the up button and nothing. So, powered it down and took the front off the control box and as soon as I looked in there, I saw a small wiring diagram and in the middle of it was a Wheatstone Bridge. Well, I have a degree in Electrical Engineering so I asked if he'd mind of I took a crack at rewiring it and he said go ahead. Took me about ten minutes but it was all pretty simple and straight forward. I said OK, I got it, heat it back up and give it a try. Well, it worked. He was in disbelief and wanted to know what I did. I first told him about the Wheatstone Bridge and asked him if he knew what that was and he said no. I said that's why it didn't jive with you when you wired it. You were thinking of conventional contacts and that's not what a Wheatstone Bridge is. I was glad I could help, and it made me wonder why they'd have a wiring diagram that took an electrical engineer to understand.

michiganFats
08-25-2017, 10:25 AM
And the boy is up to his usual genius. Again. So Wile E Coyote gets into it with my daughter about .... you guessed it ... she thinks he doesn't do enough around the house. I understand his POV. He works construction 8-10 hours a day in the Texas sun. But, of course, he pushes the being tired too far and does little to nothing when he gets home (makes me wonder what they did before I came back here). So that's the scenario.

So she tells him not to worry about taking the granddaughter to Dr's appt and she would take his name off the pickup list. During last night's argument of course.

So here comes today. He didn't. He acts like such a girl sometimes. I just stared at him and said nothing while he was explaining the "she said ...." part. And he thinks he's going to win because he's right :laugh:.

I got snacks and DVDs in my room, and a bathroom upstairs. No need for me to venture forth this evening :).

At least they're not stealing from you. I had to kick my sister and her dumbass criminal husband out of my house last year because I caught him casing it.