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    Welcome Kev, I saw a very wise quote here once that says: "I've found it much easier to ask my wife's forgiveness than permission"
    I mean, I'm convinced my wife is going to be pissed at me for something I did or did not do-for the rest of my life. Life is way too short to not have good knives. Enjoy being broke and sleeping on the couch.
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    Welcome to the Knut House! And remember, it is easier to ask forgiveness than permission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Welcome to the Knut House! And remember, it is easier to ask forgiveness than permission.
    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    Welcome Kev, I saw a very wise quote here once that says: "I've found it much easier to ask my wife's forgiveness than permission"
    I mean, I'm convinced my wife is going to be pissed at me for something I did or did not do-for the rest of my life. Life is way too short to not have good knives. Enjoy being broke and sleeping on the couch.
    Hilarious!!

    Precisely my strategy. She's away and has issued solemn warnings, not to buy 'more stones' or 'a knife' or 'anything expensive'. Yeah right.

    Hmm... These knife forums can be helpful in more ways than one! Flipside of investing hundreds/thousands on knives, et al: dealing with the rest of the world that thinks you're bonkers. Wives especially problematic.

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    Welcome to the forum Kev!


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    I repeat themselves, it would seem!
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    I've read enough here to know that I need to make every effort to "finish" my collection while still single.

    You better get on the phone to a good florist if you're going to defy that wife of yours Kev!

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    Welcome, hope you have a comphy sofa.
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    Welcome! Cheers!
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    welcome!
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    welcome Kev!

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