Does your bf do funny things?

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    Jan 18, 2008 2:23 AM GMT
    Mine, Firecat, burrows deep under the covers to sleep.
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    Jan 18, 2008 3:22 AM GMT
    I'm sure mine would say that I leave him the longest, rambling messages he's ever heard...I always try to cram my whole day into 1 minute and thank god he thinks its cute when I ramble on and on about nothing or I'd be screwed.
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    Jan 18, 2008 3:25 AM GMT
    He tickles me. And I think it's hilarious.
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    Jan 18, 2008 3:37 AM GMT
    My BF must not have like me for some reason. I have not seen him for over 20 years!
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    Jan 18, 2008 3:53 AM GMT
    My ex-bf attempted to kidnap my dogs. It was hilarious! How I howled with laughter when the Broward County Sheriff's office arrived on the scene with their lights flashing and cuffed him!
  • imperator

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    Jan 18, 2008 9:44 AM GMT
    My bf is *retarded.* He has this noise like a duck call that he'll make, randomly, all the time. He does it to scare the roommates' cats, he does it to get attention, he does it out of boredom. And while I often wish that he was more affectionate, when he is it often takes the form of-- if we're driving and I take his free hand-- he'll start using his finger to tickle the palm of me hand... which I hate, because I hate being tickled. A lot of his humour is.. frankly, kinda childish, because he used to work with kids and is a kid at heart (I call it 'being immature'). I tend to be more serious, and when I do really get a kick out of something and get laughing really hard he thinks I'm being monstrous :-P

    Once in a rare while, though... like maybe 3 times in 4 1/2 years... we end up in hysterics together. The first time involved a sudden release of compressed air during a really heated round of 'relations'... if that's any indication o_O
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    Jan 18, 2008 11:04 AM GMT
    Is cheating and lying considered funny. If is does, then my ex bf do that to me everytime I turn my back.
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:14 PM GMT
    imperator saidA lot of his humour is.. frankly, kinda childish, because he used to work with kids and is a kid at heart (I call it 'being immature'). I tend to be more serious, and when I do really get a kick out of something and get laughing really hard he thinks I'm being monstrous :-P


    Never forget how to be a child. That's the day you turn into an "old" person. Always remember to laugh, every day. Even when you're being tickled. Find fun in as much as you can.
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:15 PM GMT
    My boyfriend has this cute little guilty snickery laugh when he is trying to get away with something and I catch him on it ;-)
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:31 PM GMT
    My ex would say, and i know this because he has several time, the oddest thing I do is laugh at things wildly when I'm all by myself.
    If i'm watching TV or reading or what not, and I get amused I laugh so hard it kinda hurts.

    I was listening to the radio and they were saying laughing is a social thing (trying to explain laugh tracks) but I disagree.
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:46 PM GMT
    laughing is contagious icon_smile.gif you've never laughed because everyone else started laughing all of a sudden - and not know the reason? ;)
  • iHavok

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    Jan 18, 2008 1:48 PM GMT
    no, usually i'm too busy mulling over recent events/conversation to figure out what i missed. I love to laugh. it's great, and I'll use any occasion I can find to do so.
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:50 PM GMT
    In the morning, in a very sleepy voice, he asks me for a breakfast menu, or gives me his order.
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    Jan 18, 2008 1:59 PM GMT
    he dances, err... tries to icon_lol.gif

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    Jan 18, 2008 2:01 PM GMT
    Hmm...Mental note...eric must learn to take an order first thing in the morning. LOL

    LOVE IT!
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    Jan 18, 2008 2:16 PM GMT
    Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and he has been sleeping on the floor next to the bed. I have even come home late at times to find him sleeping that way.

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    Jan 18, 2008 3:25 PM GMT
    briarhawk saidHmm...Mental note...eric must learn to take an order first thing in the morning. LOL

    LOVE IT!


    I already emailed briarhawk about this, but I felt it important to share this with you before anyone else gets any ideas... just because he places orders in the morning doesn't mean he gets them! Although once, when he came back from a business trip, I printed out a menu that I had made on my computer and left it by his side of the bed.... that time only did I deliver.
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    Jan 18, 2008 3:36 PM GMT
    Life with Dave is not a situation comedy - he's not a comedian by nature, although his take on things can be very wry - and would make interesting stand-up material.

    He does wonderful things, though, constantly - without even realizing it.

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    Jan 18, 2008 4:03 PM GMT
    My partner says to me a lot...

    Hey honey...

    and I say... What?

    And he says... Did I tell you that I love you?

    He does that all the time. Kind of makes me a little teary eyed thinking about it right now.

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  • jarhead5536

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    Jan 18, 2008 4:31 PM GMT
    My husband has a very loud, braying laugh that presents itself at the most inappropriate moments. I've gotten used to it, because although he is definitely a mature, responsible adult, he is way more in touch with his inner child than just about anyone I know. He's like a mischevious little boy sometimes, and it is quite endearing...
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    Jan 18, 2008 4:51 PM GMT
    Well hell.

    Michael asks me questions like "which is it Jibble Jabble or Nook Nook". I usually reply that I don't like anything with a Scandinavian ring too it.

    He curses in German (which is hilarious).

    Our dogs have finally managed to convince him that they can eat at the table.

    He disguises his love of hiking in the mountains by driving 200 miles with the excuse that he is looking for just the right French butter.

    He is so habitually late that he sometimes departs for trips literally two or three days late.

    He secretly eats pasta (he can eat anything and I cannot so pasta is soooo banned in our house).

    He goes to bed dressed in five layers of clothes.

    He brings me breakfast in bed (nearly every day) which is not funny but supremely loving.

    He doesn't have a mean bone in his body and is incapable of doing anything nasty to anyone.

    I could go on for weeks with his funny and great qualities.

    I will conclude by saying this. Many of you guys have looks, brains, are likely hung like horses, may be rich as croesus, but I have Michael. HAH
  • Laurence

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    Jan 18, 2008 4:55 PM GMT
    He's a hypochondriac and if we have a type of medication in the house, will have a particular ailment until he's used it up.

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    Jan 18, 2008 7:06 PM GMT
    jarhead5536 saidMy husband has a very loud, braying laugh that presents itself at the most inappropriate moments. I've gotten used to it, because although he is definitely a mature, responsible adult, he is way more in touch with his inner child than just about anyone I know. He's like a mischevious little boy sometimes, and it is quite endearing...


    OMG, I sound just like your husband. My partner is always telling me "use your little library voice". or "honey, please turn on your filter". I am very loud and at times my inner child completely takes over my mind and body. Well, at least I know I am like that but when I am in the ICZ (inner child zone) I lose all consciousness of my adult self. icon_lol.gif
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    Jan 18, 2008 7:07 PM GMT
    My last one would spontaneously lip sync the lyrics whenever a song he liked came on. I think he honestly thought it was a drag worthy performance every time. Now the funny part is that he could not fake feminine body language or mannerisms if his life depended on it. He is probably the only gay man I've ever encountered who actually wished he was less stereotypically "straight acting" or "masculine".
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    Jan 18, 2008 8:16 PM GMT
    my bf says " you have no idea" all the time. and if he is recounting what someone told him, he'll say "He said, he said" multiple times in the conversation.