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  1. Hehehe! My hubby would’ve done the same. And the grocery store? No way! Always a bag full of horrible for you munchies and tons of sugar cereal. Not a fruit or vegetable in sight!

  2. Ok, I have to admit that I bought the Star Wars ones. I did it because Tango is such a geek and I thought he would love them. And he did.

    Well, he’s SUCH a geek that he didn’t want to use them on anything…he wanted to save them.

    I told him no. And had to keep checking up on him that he was actually putting them on things. I bought them in August. He still has 3 stamps left.

    *sigh* Nerds.

  3. Hubby would also have come home with these stamps. Similar to why you should not send husband and preschooler to grocery store – did you they make Star Wars fruit snacks and Dora the Explorer Spaghettios? Well, they do, but don’t go to my grocery store to find them because we have them all in our pantry now…

  4. see, that’s their ploy. husbands do things incorrectly so that we don’t ask them to do it again. for example, my husband can make sure that the ps3 is hooked up to the surround sound system, but for some reason he just can’t seem to get hospital corners while making the bed. don’t give in! tell him he’s the best stamp-picker-outer ever!

  5. I’m with Teresa…he’s going for immunity from stamp buying. Tell him you’re sick of sentimental Christmas stamps and LOVE the masculine touch of Darth Vader and Spiderman!!!

  6. Hee hee – what you don’t realize is that I actually saved the envelope and it is hanging on my fridge next to the gorgeous painting from your shorty.

    I just figured you were sending me maturity-appropriate stampage. They were a hit 🙂

  7. You asked hubby for stamps.
    He bought stamps.
    Score 1 point for Team Victor.

  8. Happy Katie should leave Houston and move to Katy. Happy Katie in Katy just sounds better.
    Also, they have that tiny replica of the Chinese forbidden city.

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