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7 years ago  ::  Mar 21, 2008 - 1:15AM #1
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A birthday video for you --




Also, click here to find out what became of Mutley.

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7 years ago  ::  Mar 21, 2008 - 10:30PM #2
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Happy Birthday Mohanchous!  Sorry, I am a little late with the greeting, but the good wishes are always there.
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7 years ago  ::  Mar 24, 2008 - 3:04AM #3
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I was kind of hoping that this year nobody would notice.
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7 years ago  ::  Mar 25, 2008 - 3:41AM #4
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mohanchous wrote:

I was kind of hoping that this year nobody would notice.



LOL, for years I have gotten mad at my husband for forgetting my birthday.   The man has only remembered my birthday four times in 24 years together:  Our first year dating; The big fight on my 25th when he admitted he remembered it, but purposely did nothing because he was mad at me; My 30th when he threw a huge surprise party for me; My 40th when he surprised me with a trip to Hilo, Hawaii for horseback riding.

Now, I honestly would like to start forgetting my birthday.  I begged everyone when I turned 42 to start forgetting my birthday.  I told my husband he no longer had to remember it because I want to forget it.  I mean it.  It is not some stupid pyscho trick to get more or better presents.  I WANT TO FORGET THAT I AM GETTING OLDER.  My husband made reservations this year at an expensive nice restaurant, had a special cake made for me with a "Happy 43rd Birthday, Whichone!", bought me flowers, and a very nice present........The bastard!.......I would of liked all of this before.....Not now.....no more birthdays.    I tried to tell my best friend that old was now banned from our vocabulary, but she insisted on saying repeatedly when I took her out for her birthday, "We are old."  I protested, "NO NO NO.....we are mature......we are wiser....NOT OLD!  The word Old is banned from now on."  She replied, "I reject the ban.  We are old.  Get over it."  "Bah! birthdays."

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7 years ago  ::  Mar 25, 2008 - 3:41AM #5
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mohanchous wrote:

I was kind of hoping that this year nobody would notice.



LOL, for years I have gotten mad at my husband for forgetting my birthday.   The man has only remembered my birthday four times in 24 years together:  Our first year dating; The big fight on my 25th when he admitted he remembered it, but purposely did nothing because he was mad at me; My 30th when he threw a huge surprise party for me; My 40th when he surprised me with a trip to Hilo, Hawaii for horseback riding.

Now, I honestly would like to start forgetting my birthday.  I begged everyone when I turned 42 to start forgetting my birthday.  I told my husband he no longer had to remember it because I want to forget it.  I mean it.  It is not some stupid pyscho trick to get more or better presents.  I WANT TO FORGET THAT I AM GETTING OLDER.  My husband made reservations this year at an expensive nice restaurant, had a special cake made for me with a "Happy 43rd Birthday, Whichone!", bought me flowers, and a very nice present........The bastard!.......I would of liked all of this before.....Not now.....no more birthdays.    I tried to tell my best friend that old was now banned from our vocabulary, but she insisted on saying repeatedly when I took her out for her birthday, "We are old."  I protested, "NO NO NO.....we are mature......we are wiser....NOT OLD!  The word Old is banned from now on."  She replied, "I reject the ban.  We are old.  Get over it."  "Bah! birthdays."

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6 years ago  ::  Mar 26, 2009 - 11:12PM #6
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So,  the new, "more stable" Bnet platform no longer sends us notices of our friends' birthdays.   It seems I missed Mighty Moh's latest "age anniversary".  Here's a little belated birthday video (and a chance for me to try embedding a video).  Sorry the audio and video aren't synched very well, but none of the versions I found were any better.


 









 


 

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6 years ago  ::  Apr 17, 2009 - 1:14AM #7
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I guess I have been too busy.  I haven't really come around beliefnet much lately.  I miss the new posts forum.  That was kind of neat for finding active threads and maybe forums that you didn't realize existed.  I haven't been around enough to get used to this new website design.  This forum seems so dead that it leads me to believe most maltheists aren't crazy about this new design.

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