It Was My Husband's Fault.....

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It Was My Husband's Fault.....
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Fri, 02-24-2012 - 10:07pm

This morning after my swh left for work, I noticed white paint streaking down the driveway. I thought someone drove up today and dropped paint and drove away. I wondered who in the world did that.

Later my swh came home and I told him there is white paint on the driveway and someone drove up and drove away. He just looked at me . He was not upset either. Then I realized it was his fault and he did that . No wonder. Well if he is not that upset , then I will not be bothered by it.

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Fri, 02-24-2012 - 10:43pm
sweetrose007x wrote:

This morning after my swh left for work, I noticed white paint streaking down the driveway. I thought someone drove up today and dropped paint and drove away. I wondered who in the world did that.

Later my swh came home and I told him there is white paint on the driveway and someone drove up and drove away. He just looked at me . He was not upset either. Then I realized it was his fault and he did that . No wonder. Well if he is not that upset , then I will not be bothered by it.


Why did he do that?




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Fri, 02-24-2012 - 10:55pm

He did not do it on purpose. The paint lid was not on tight and when he drove home , the paint spilled in his work van and seeped out. I was just worried someone else had done that. It is a relief to know it was not someone else.

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Fri, 02-24-2012 - 11:03pm
sweetrose007x wrote:

He did not do it on purpose. The paint lid was not on tight and when he drove home , the paint spilled in his work van and seeped out. I was just worried someone else had done that. It is a relief to know it was not someone else.


Oh ok .. yes a huge relief I bet :)




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Fri, 02-24-2012 - 11:25pm
hugss wrote:
sweetrose007x wrote:

He did not do it on purpose. The paint lid was not on tight and when he drove home , the paint spilled in his work van and seeped out. I was just worried someone else had done that. It is a relief to know it was not someone else.


Oh ok .. yes a huge relief I bet :)

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Sat, 02-25-2012 - 4:19pm
sweetrose007x wrote:

He did not do it on purpose. The paint lid was not on tight and when he drove home , the paint spilled in his work van and seeped out. I was just worried someone else had done that. It is a relief to know it was not someone else.


too funny!! i bet you would have heard about it if you had done it though

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Sat, 02-25-2012 - 5:29pm

Hmmm....maybe he will say things for a short while. After it dried a little , he peeled off the paint.

The driveway is not that clean that the paint will stick permanently...that is good.

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Sat, 02-25-2012 - 6:21pm
sweetrose007x wrote:

Hmmm....maybe he will say things for a short while. After it dried a little , he peeled off the paint.

The driveway is not that clean that the paint will stick permanently...that is good.

good the driveway will peal...here it would stay on the gravel

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Sat, 02-25-2012 - 6:33pm

Yes can understand that it would stick on the gravelly parts.