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I just got the "WE NEED TO TALK" from my wife. In 15 years of marriage its never been good . :cry4: COVER ME I'M GOING IN!

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Talking is overrated

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I thought it was "you can't go fishing"

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I reply to that with my own 4 words

Go call your friend

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So, What Happened?

I always hated that phrase and learned that the best reply went something like "Yes, I've been holding back for too long."

The best defense is a good offense!

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After being married for almost 24 years the "we need to talk" speech turned into the "you need to listen" speech, which I get on a regular basis.

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Bankbeater has deliver the correct translation of those words. I need to add, that in 20 years of marriage, I have never heard the phrase.

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As a single guy. Them four words do not scare me. It usually means were done. I have three words that scare any man more. I am late.

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"I have a headache"

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"You're not the father!"

Well, this one could go either way.

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or...

You have to meet my parents.

That's 6 words (not 4) and only 16 year olds (not men) are fear them.

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That's 6 words (not 4) and only 16 year olds (not men) are fear them.

Fine..

"Gotta meet my parents."

Happy?

And yeah, any age it's a red flag dude.

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And yeah, any age it's a red flag dude.

I really don't see why. If your parents are a part of your life (as well they should be, IMO) it's a natural progression. I won't dwell on it any longer or derail the thread, not trying to argue.

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"I lost my wallet"

or

"She through the hook"

or

"My @#$%^* line broke"

A-Jay

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After 42 years of marriage, my most feared words are "Cook your own dinner."

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After 42 years of marriage, my most feared words are "Cook your own dinner."

AAhhh, perspective. That one made me laugh. Thanks Mike.

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While you're at it, avoid these four word phrases too. They're all pretty loaded, and you probably won't get the reaction you want. In some instances, the reaction you get will be the exact opposite of what you want. What can I say? Dudes are sensitive creatures, like panda bears.

1. "Size does not matter."

2. "Do what you want."

3. "Mom is coming over."

4. "When is Date Night."

5. "I think I'm late."

6. "Do I look fat?"

7. "Did I wake you?"

8. "Be honest with me."

9. "Who are you texting?

10. "Don't talk to me."

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While you're at it, avoid these four word phrases too. They're all pretty loaded, and you probably won't get the reaction you want. In some instances, the reaction you get will be the exact opposite of what you want. What can I say? Dudes are sensitive creatures, like panda bears.

1. "Size does not matter."

2. "Do what you want."

3. "Mom is coming over."

4. "When is Date Night."

5. "I think I'm late."

6. "Do I look fat?"

7. "Did I wake you?"

8. "Be honest with me."

9. "Who are you texting?

10. "Don't talk to me."

You forgot "He's just a friend."

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I'm not married but I would think that "I want a divorce" would be the most expensive 4 words.

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How about:

"I wrecked your truck."

"I broke your reel."

"I sold your rods."

"You're not the father."

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