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21. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 8y

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This is hilarious! Keep going

What the hell is a "girly girl"? You're either a girl, or you're not. Or are you talking about high vs low maintenance?

You're just jealous, James, because your wife won't share her hair care products and make-up with you when you go on vacation.

Sheez - how did you know?

Your lipstick is smudged.

It's not mine. I couldn't reach down there

22. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 8y

Quoting james

Quoting Isadora

Quoting james

Quoting Isadora

Quoting james

This is hilarious! Keep going

What the hell is a "girly girl"? You're either a girl, or you're not. Or are you talking about high vs low maintenance?

You're just jealous, James, because your wife won't share her hair care products and make-up with you when you go on vacation.

Sheez - how did you know?

Your lipstick is smudged.

It's not mine. I couldn't reach down there

Sorry but

It depends what you classify as high/low maintenance l reckon - yeah l like to make the best of what l got but to me high maintenance sends signals aloof and bitch - which (l reckon!) lm not!!

23. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 8y

From a guy's point of view, maintenance is all about the time factor.

I don't care what a girl does in the morning with her hair, face, etc. I just don't want to be kept waiting forever and a day until "I get my hair right".

24. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 8y

Quoting james

From a guy's point of view, maintenance is all about the time factor.

I don't care what a girl does in the morning with her hair, face, etc. I just don't want to be kept waiting forever and a day until "I get my hair right".

Fair enough - l can get out of bed at 8.20am shower blow dry and make up and be walking in the door to work by 9am - ok so l dont eat breakfast (l wait until l get into office to grab something) but that includes driving to work!! So lm right with you - l hate time wasting!!

25. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting Purdy

Quoting james

From a guy's point of view, maintenance is all about the time factor.

I don't care what a girl does in the morning with her hair, face, etc. I just don't want to be kept waiting forever and a day until "I get my hair right".

Fair enough - l can get out of bed at 8.20am shower blow dry and make up and be walking in the door to work by 9am - ok so l dont eat breakfast (l wait until l get into office to grab something) but that includes driving to work!! So lm right with you - l hate time wasting!!

I'm usually ready before Neal cause he gets up at the last possible minute before we need to leave. It takes me about an hour to get out the door--I've tried less, but it doesn't work. But! I am a morning person so I get up in time to be ready and I'm never, never late (I'm actually usually embarrasingly early).

26. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

Quoting Purdy

Quoting james

From a guy's point of view, maintenance is all about the time factor.

I don't care what a girl does in the morning with her hair, face, etc. I just don't want to be kept waiting forever and a day until "I get my hair right".

Fair enough - l can get out of bed at 8.20am shower blow dry and make up and be walking in the door to work by 9am - ok so l dont eat breakfast (l wait until l get into office to grab something) but that includes driving to work!! So lm right with you - l hate time wasting!!

I'm usually ready before Neal cause he gets up at the last possible minute before we need to leave. It takes me about an hour to get out the door--I've tried less, but it doesn't work. But! I am a morning person so I get up in time to be ready and I'm never, never late (I'm actually usually embarrasingly early).

Since I quit dealing with the whole make-up/hair thing, I'm showered and ready to go in 25 minutes or less - depending on the water pressure in the shower. Even with make-up - ready in 35 minutes. Beerman does not have to wait for me to get ready. I'm up before he is and usually out of the bathroom before he needs it.

27. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 8y

Quoting Isadora

Beerman does not have to wait for me to get ready. I'm up before he is and usually out of the bathroom before he needs it.

You need to rephrase that; you're out of bed before him, but I'm sure he would have been up for a while before that

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