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Stoney871

Cost Of Keeping Missus Happy When Modifying Your Car

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My missus lets me get away with it as long as I pay for holidays and buy stuff in wife pounds (£1 wife = £3 sterling ;) )

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I thought 1 wife £ = £5 sterling? Or is that just me?

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I think each man's exchange rate depend on the wife's current mood/chocolate intake/voice volume ;)

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I have it lucky, my other half is happy enough on £10 a week :P

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With mine it's more £0 = £500 lol

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:lol: that's about right

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This conversation began yesterday in "my build thread" so I thought id move it to a thread of its own since it gatherd so many posts.

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Good choice Lenny...

I also have the "you've done it to yours when are you doing mine" discussions lol...

So every mod I do ends up costing me twice as much!!

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I will never get out of debt to my wife, so I take it on the chin, and get on with it... and if she says "you'll owe me" I just say "no change there then" and then let the mood calm itself after a few hours, days, or weeks, then get on with it :)

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