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What do you all have in common with your T?

Posted by happyflower on January 19, 2006, at 17:23:33

1. babtized same relgion, and have unique simular uncommon beliefs that are not from the babtized relgion.
2. both of us are not materialistic
3. both have the same uncommon G.Moses print
4. both are early risers
5. both love gardening
6. both of our b-day have fallen on Super bowl
7. both like the same music
8. both like blueberries
9. both prefer diet pepsi to diet coke
10. both drink hot tea in the morning and read the paper
11. His daugher and my stepson attend the same university
12. my birthday is the same as his sisters
13. we work out at the same gym at the same time
14. we are both attracted to each other
15. our bedtime is the same
16. we have simular beliefs about raising kids
17. we both wear orthodics
18. we both have visited a cardiologist
19. My cardiologist wife works with my T
20. My allergist is married to his dermintogist
21. We both were very poor college students
22. His parents were good parents in a bad marriage, my parents were bad parents but in a good marriage.
23. He gradated college the same year I graduated high school
24. we wear the same brand of running shoes
25. we both wear a lot of blue
26. we both like unsweetened ice tea
27. we both grew scarlet green beans in our garden
28. He is 6 2' and I am 5 2"
29. We both prefer cold than heat
30. We are both german and itallian decent
31. We have both been out of the country only once .
32. We are both environmentalists
33. We both don't like rollar coasters
34. We are both outdoor people( love nature)

I am sure there is more, this is what I came up in 10 minutes. Weird. What do you think? Isn't this a lot to have in common with someone I have only known for a year?

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T? happyflower

Posted by JenStar on January 19, 2006, at 20:43:12

In reply to What do you all have in common with your T?, posted by happyflower on January 19, 2006, at 17:23:33

happyflower,
thanks for sharing all of that! It sounds like you are a very interesting, unique person.

I've never actually noted all the similarities I have to ANYONE. But it seems like a cool idea...I may try it! :) I never knew my T well enough to do a list like this, so I will have to try it with some friends and see what I get.

JenStar

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T?

Posted by Emily Elizabeth on January 19, 2006, at 21:42:49

In reply to What do you all have in common with your T?, posted by happyflower on January 19, 2006, at 17:23:33

HF, you crack me up. I've been seeing my T for 4.5 yrs and I don't even know if she's married! Mind you I have lots of theories about it, but I've never gotten up the nerve to ask. I sorta want to know and I sorta don't, you know?

I suspect that she is a Diet Pepsi gal, though--I've seen her drink many Diet Pepsis and never a Diet Coke. ;) Hey, I think we should have all babblers ask their T's if they prefer coke or pepsi. Hehe, could you imagine?

I have collected numerous random facts about her due to being an observant person. For example, I know which car she drives, where she parks, and how she always leaves the wheels a little crooked. Now that totally sounds like I am a stalker, but I swear that I'm not! I would die if she knew that I noticed these things! :)

Best,
EE

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T? Emily Elizabeth

Posted by JenStar on January 19, 2006, at 23:15:48

In reply to Re: What do you all have in common with your T?, posted by Emily Elizabeth on January 19, 2006, at 21:42:49

I don't think it sounds stalkerish to notice things! I notice things about people all the time, and they're not my T. Of course, I also miss things too, so maybe I'm at an even 50/50 for observation skills. :)

But I pay attention to little things - do people use a straw or not? Sugar in the ice tea? Rumple up the paper sleeve for the straw or leave it? Elbows on table or not? I don't catalogue these things for any purpose, really -- I just notice.

I think if you spend lots of time with a person, you can't help but know their little quirks and habits.

JenStar

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T? happyflower

Posted by littlegirllost on January 25, 2006, at 11:45:13

In reply to What do you all have in common with your T?, posted by happyflower on January 19, 2006, at 17:23:33

This makes me sad (and jealous)... I don't know much about my T at all.

I do think it's a pretty cool list for you though, Happy. :)

lgl

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T? Emily Elizabeth

Posted by littlegirllost on January 25, 2006, at 11:50:54

In reply to Re: What do you all have in common with your T?, posted by Emily Elizabeth on January 19, 2006, at 21:42:49

> Hey, I think we should have all babblers ask their T's if they prefer coke or pepsi. Hehe, could you imagine?

Hmmm I may have to do that... at least then I can feel like I know *something about her. ;)
Yeah, that's IF she tells me. First we'd have to explore why I want to know. :::sigh:::

lgl

 

Re: What do you all have in common with your T? littlegirllost

Posted by happyflower on January 25, 2006, at 18:45:42

In reply to Re: What do you all have in common with your T? happyflower, posted by littlegirllost on January 25, 2006, at 11:45:13

Thanks little girl! :) It feels good to know that he trusts me with this information about himself. Most of the time I am okay with it, unless we start talking about his prostate heath, then it is like I don't need to know this, auuugghh! Don't tell me what they do in guys exams, I don't want to know! LOL


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