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My Kaydee has her drivers license!

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Well, after much yelling (me), fighting, crying (her) and shouting (me again), she passed her road test last Wednesday......

She didn't look nervous at all prior to the test but I was petrified! :lol:

Considering she has a language barrier, and an A-hole for a husband (lessons learned-never teach your spouse to drive! save you marriage!) she managed to ignore both handicaps and passed on first try!

Congats to my sweetie, Kaydee...... :dance:

I love you sweetie.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Congratulations to you both! :)


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October 18th, 2006: NOA2!!!!!!!! 224 days!
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March 30th, 2007: Biometrics appointment - Day 29
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May 9th, 2013: NOA1 - Day 1

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I am teaching my wife to drive now. It is a nervewracking experiance!

I'm sure your right leg aches from pushing on the passenger side floor-board.. :lol: Mine did/does.

Either you teach your wife how to drive or the new 'teacher' will teach her more than just driving a car.

To me, either way you are screwed!

Huh???????? :rolleyes:

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Another pearl from Majizee. :wacko:

Either you teach your wife how to drive or the new 'teacher' will teach her more than just driving a car.

To me, either way you are screwed!

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If you can sleep with her every night and she makes a you a nice meal and takes care of you when you are sick, why not teach her how to drive?

Is that asking too much? Maybe someone needs an annulment?

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I'm going to back uuupppp now sloooleeeeey...No prooooblemo dude.....Just relaaaaax..........


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what again did you jerk from his left hand? Was he jerking when you were learning to drive?

Congratulations to kaydee!

I'm gonna hire a driving instructor whenever we have the extra money. The last time he tried to drive I jerked the wheel out of his hands.....

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Majizee,

Once in a very great while, you make a point that actually makes sense. Then you go and write this garbage. Have you had too many bong hits today?

what again did you jerk from his left hand? Was he jerking when you were learning to drive?

Congratulations to kaydee!

I'm gonna hire a driving instructor whenever we have the extra money. The last time he tried to drive I jerked the wheel out of his hands.....

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Well, after much yelling (me), fighting, crying (her) and shouting (me again), she passed her road test last Wednesday......

She didn't look nervous at all prior to the test but I was petrified! :lol:

Considering she has a language barrier, and an A-hole for a husband (lessons learned-never teach your spouse to drive! save you marriage!) she managed to ignore both handicaps and passed on first try!

Congats to my sweetie, Kaydee...... :dance:

I love you sweetie.

:thumbs:

good news..make certain you get her a W sticker for her car


Peace to All creatures great and small............................................

But when we turn to the Hebrew literature, we do not find such jokes about the donkey. Rather the animal is known for its strength and its loyalty to its master (Genesis 49:14; Numbers 22:30).

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Congratulations to kaydee!

I'm gonna hire a driving instructor whenever we have the extra money. The last time he tried to drive I jerked the wheel out of his hands.....

I had one, er, two occasions to that..... :lol:


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