Life is bringing me to Austin which is really just a stone's throw from Montana, and it's a glass house, so what more could I ask?
You actually spent money for that?There's twelve-step programs for people who like things like that, you know.
It was a gift. Indeed, I imagine every unit of said product ever sold was purchased as a gift. Every time I hear it, I'm tempted to slice it open with an X-Acto knife and flash the EPROMs. The only thing that stops me is trying to figure out what they should be reprogrammed to.
It was not a gift. We had a bit of wine with dinner one date night out and ended up at at a cookwares store. I saw the cake plate and bought it. I particularly love the fine Asian accent of the singer.
Perhaps you persuaded your spouse that it was gifted to you, to avoid explaining WHY you might want such a thing?Exacto knife nothing; that thing deserves a sledge hammer.
He was with me when we purchased it. It was the wine from dinner that clouded his memory. NO SLEDGEHAMMER! It is a treasured family heirloom now and we use it for EVERY birthday celebration--even friends (so you might not want to spend your birthday here...)
I feel forewarned.
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