Thursday, March 26, 2009

Public Display of Affection

He sat there beside her.  Nervously, but with mustered courage, he moved to put his arm around her.  As it rested on the back of her seat, she slowly leaned forward, completely avoiding his touch.  And there they remained until the end of the performance.  

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What was the meanest thing you did to your husband while you were dating?

10 comments:

Little Lady Cakes said...

I turned away as he tried to kiss me for the first time.

At least now that we are married, he knows I'm interested. :)

Tiffany said...

Cold!

Pam C. said...

I made fun of his poor grammar :-(

michellejohnnie said...

I refused to say the words "date," "boyfriend,""dating" and any other word that implied I could possible like him as more than a friend. I would only let him touch me if no one we knew was around. If people questioned me directly about him, I would deny any involvement beyond friendship.

Trisha said...

man, token asian friend, i was such a better girlfriend than you were! I WAS SO EASY! he he he.

that raven chick said...

La Gasp. Playing hard to get? Don't you think thats a little too highschool? which is why i totally get dibs on that!

Veena said...

I made him wear matching t-shirts with me and all of my family on our 3rd date.

I didn't laugh at his jokes, even though they were funny.

But I did let him stare at my cleavage all the time to make up for it.

Token Asian Friend said...

We are all just lucky to be married, I guess. Except you, Trisha and Veena. We now know why they married you...

Raven, I hope you are taking good notes!!

melmommy said...

Was that really the MEANEST thing you ever did to him???? I can think of a car ride that was meaner. LOL. Shhhhhh, just kidding, please don't mention the car ride to you know who, he still hasn't forgiven me and will hold it against me for FOREVER. I meant well dang it!!!!!!!!!!!

MB said...

Oooo I have a great story! My husband went on his mission to Korea. He came home with some sweet art work. (Most of it is in Chinese...Koreans use Chinese like we use calligraphy evidently.) So, I asked him what they meant. He didn't know and I've made fun of him (mercilessly) ever since. To me, it's like the guy who goes to the tattoo parlor to get something and ends up with a Japanese symbol meaning "stupid". HA!