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The Mr. made me angry the other day...so I let him know who was boss.


I laid him out flat with my right hook,


Followed by a quick jab to the jaw,


And he was out for the count.

*Snort*

Okay, okay...I lied. If you saw me in real life, you'd know I couldn't knock him out, even if I wanted to (which I don't)! I'm kind of a wimp.

Story goes, that my man likes to take a post supper nap. However, our home is very loud post supper...so, he goes where he can to catch a few zzzzz's. (And, by few, I mean, like, one. His naps don't last long before I or one of our children finds him and spoils his nap!)

I'll tell you something tho...this was the first time I caught him snoozing on the DECK with the swarms of mosquitoes out there.

He must've really needed that sneaky little nap.

It's too bad I woke him with a great...



big...




BOO!!!



Comments

  1. Okay, glad you said Boo! At first I was thinking kiss, but then my mind deviated and I started thinking things like bucket of ice cold water or kick to the groin. Boo...much nicer. :)
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  2. That is so funny it's like where is Waldo..... taking his nap. :D

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  3. It takes a real man to sleep on a hard deck like that. :)

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  4. This is so funny! Bless his heart! What does he do for a living?

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  5. It's funny how he is laying like he is about to make snow angels...lol

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  6. I don't know what's funnier - that he just fell asleep on the deck like that, or you can scare him every.single.time!

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  7. I know I've never met you guys, but I can totally picture this! Did he wake with the karate chop arms & hands a' swingin'?

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  8. Guess ya gotta do whatcha gotta do!

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  9. Yay for camera sneak attacks!!

    My hubby couldn't do that -- he can't sleep anywhere but lying down on something soft... weenie...

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  10. I've seen my hubs crash out in some funny places, but this is hilarious!

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  11. Oh wow. He was SUPER tired. Looks like he ran into a wall and just laid himself out! LOL

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  12. That is too funny! He must have been really tired!

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  13. That. is. hilarious!!!
    LOVE IT!!!

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  14. ha! i wish i had a deck to hideout and sleep on. i don't blame the man at all. with a household full of kids, you need a nap and i'd take them where ever i could find them.

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  15. LMAO!!! That's awesome!! He probably went out there because he didn't think anyone would find him there! That's so funny!

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  16. These photos were great and the story was better!

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  17. These photos were great and the story was better!

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