Anniversary today...

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smileynev

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...so, what should I treat the little lady to? I was thinking maybe of taking her somewhere special, like the Mcdondalds WITH the playland. Plus, I'd spring for a sundae.

Any suggestions for a tight budget?
 
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DirkPhoenix said:
Find a park, have a picnic. Try not to nail her on the jungle gym.
Its kinda chillery up here for a picnic, plus it gets dark too soon now.

Monkey bars...:drool:
 
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smileynev

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fly said:
Didnt you just take her somewhere for your anniversary? Was that really a year ago???
A year ago we went to the le meridien here in Minneapolis. They have really soft beds.
 
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smileynev

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DirkPhoenix said:
Any chance to make dinner? Get some candles, a good Marvin Gaye CD, and some baby oil. Mutual massages are surprisingly nice and inexpensive.
Long Tall Smiley's Thursday thread:

"spent the night in hospital, damn food poisoning"

Nah, I get home too late usually to make dinner, plus we are having a house inspection today that may run a little late.

Maybe I can talk her into some candles, a massage, and some Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars watching.
 
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theacoustician said:
Send the baby elsewhere for a night. Have a nice dinner and chill out. I'm sure you'd both like that.
There's a baby!?
:o I'll babysit! I love babies!
 
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theacoustician said:
Send the baby elsewhere for a night. Have a nice dinner and chill out. I'm sure you'd both like that.
She's been a little cranky lately. My parents are taking her for the afternoon plus part of the evening so we can go out, but we'll probably have her the rest of the night.

I'm actually thinking Olive Garden or one of those steak places. Nothing too fancy.
 

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If you want to be really tricksey, make it like a real old fashioned date. Leave the house and drive around for 15-20 minutes before you go out. Ring the door bell and pick her up like you're really going on a date. Do the things you would have done while you were dating. That's probably cheap and she'll dig it.
 
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Lynnakitty

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long tall smiley said:
Oh shit.

For a second there, I thought you were April. She likes to eat em.
Nah I just like to cuddle and play with them.
I've been an aunt since I was 4, so I've been taking care of kids since reaaally early.
I have those natural maternal instincts or some shit.
 
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theacoustician said:
If you want to be really tricksey, make it like a real old fashioned date. Leave the house and drive around for 15-20 minutes before you go out. Ring the door bell and pick her up like you're really going on a date. Do the things you would have done while you were dating. That's probably cheap and she'll dig it.
That sounds good, and bring flowers.