Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Love and marriage

Our 6th wedding anniversary is on Saturday, and nothing sums up what being married means quite like this response I got from my wonderful wife when I asked if we could replace our currently broken trash can with this little piece of awesomeness to the right. Her response:

"Not on your life."


And there you have it. For the benefit of those nerds reading this who are still single, here's some advice: stay that way. Is the prospect of companionship, sex and financial security worth not being able to buy an R2-D2 trash can when the need arises? It's a tough call to be sure, but right now I'm leaning towards a pretty solid no.

8 comments:

Bill Wheatley said...

You keep seperate accounts just buy the damn thing and keep it in your broncos room :)

Be like teddy roosevelt when the congress wouldn't give him money for a 4 more battleships he said ok and sailed the fleet around the world. So he got his money.

Bill Wheatley said...

err i orginally said for a two sea navy and forgot to remove the a :)

Allison Bonner said...

thanks, bill. you're a lot of help. to be fair, i don't think morgan would put down $124 for that trash can (that's not a dare now). and thanks, hon for the lovely sentiments of being married, especially to me. i like how you left out ALL of the other things you do and have that MOST men wouldn't have or do because of their wives. i guess i don't get credit for those. happy anniversary.

Morgan Bonner said...

Ouch. Looks like I'm on the couch for the next few nights....

Heather said...

Don't mean to add more fuel to the fire, but I really like that trash can...think it is way cool actually. Then again, W/Bill says I am a major dork so...nuff said. :o)

Allison Bonner said...

why don't you guys get it then and morgan can visit it.

Heather said...

Hey, that's a good idea :o)

Bill Wheatley said...

Yea hes a cheap skate. :) And yes you gave him the broncos colored room thats prety cool i knew you were an awesome wife!