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Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 07:29 AM
I'm a game show junkie, so yesterday I'm watching Steve Harvey's Family Feud and the question for the round was asked to 100 married women saying "Name something your husband says to you to explain why he is not in the mood."

I don't understand that "Not being in the mood" from a husband. It makes no sense. Can anyone explain it? I spent all night trying to think of what that meant and came up with nothing.

robrecht
12-29-2016, 07:35 AM
I'm a game show junkie, so yesterday I'm watching Steve Harvey's Family Feud and the question for the round was asked to 100 married women saying "Name something your husband says to you to explain why he is not in the mood."

I don't understand that "Not being in the mood" from a husband. It makes no sense. Can anyone explain it? I spent all night trying to think of what that meant and came up with nothing.So what were the survey results?

Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 07:49 AM
I don't remember. Only 3 guys apparently said they're always in the mood.

The other 97 must not have understood the question.

rogue06
12-29-2016, 08:53 AM
I'm a game show junkie, so yesterday I'm watching Steve Harvey's Family Feud and the question for the round was asked to 100 married women saying "Name something your husband says to you to explain why he is not in the mood."

I don't understand that "Not being in the mood" from a husband. It makes no sense. Can anyone explain it? I spent all night trying to think of what that meant and came up with nothing.
I understand that over in Alabamastan during Autumn it is considered a legitimate reason for a man not to be in the mood when either the University of Alabamastan or Auburn is playing football. Of course there is no such excuse during half time.

robrecht
12-29-2016, 09:03 AM
I don't remember. Only 3 guys apparently said they're always in the mood.

The other 97 must not have understood the question.The wives misunderstood the question, right? Presumably they too had husbands who seemed to make the question moot, which would seem to indicate to me that 100 of the male spouses were always in the mood. Is that your take?

Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 09:10 AM
The wives misunderstood the question, right? Presumably they too had husbands who seemed to make the question moot, which would seem to indicate to me that 100 of the male spouses were always in the mood. Is that your take?

They should be.

Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 09:12 AM
I understand that over in Alabamastan during Autumn it is considered a legitimate reason for a man not to be in the mood when either the University of Alabamastan or Auburn is playing football. Of course there is no such excuse during half time.

I'm sorry, but if Allie tells me she's in the mood, I will interrupt anything for that.

robrecht
12-29-2016, 09:56 AM
I'm sorry, but if Allie tells me she's in the mood, I will interrupt anything for that.Does she know you're talking about such private matters on the Internet?

Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 10:09 AM
I post something on marriage six days a week on Facebook. It's not a secret. What goes on behind closed doors is never going to be discussed in intimate detail. It shouldn't be. That I have an active desire for her and think she's wonderful is no secret. It shouldn't be.

Bill the Cat
12-29-2016, 04:41 PM
When you get older and things can get a bit overwhelming in other areas of your...






aah who am I kidding...have you SEEN my wife? :smug:



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Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 06:43 PM
When you get older and things can get a bit overwhelming in other areas of your...






aah who am I kidding...have you SEEN my wife? :smug:



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Yep. I have.

And you've seen mine haven't you?

Bill the Cat
12-29-2016, 06:46 PM
Yep. I have.

And you've seen mine haven't you?

Yes. She's every bit as in love with you as you are with her. You two are positively adorable! :thumb:

Apologiaphoenix
12-29-2016, 06:56 PM
Yep. Marriage is awesome and I can't imagine a man not being in the mood to be with his wife.

TheWall
12-31-2016, 07:52 PM
I am not married but I have seen enough good and bad marriages to know the difference.
For now I am happy being single. I don't want to enter something good like mair age yet. I simply am not ready and have far bigger priorities.