All of this Wife Day talk makes my increasingly not-so-distant future look grim and terrifying.
The Blockhams in "WIFE DAY"
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So this thing called Wife Day... been there.
On Thursday the boys will get ready for more gameday action. And we'll probably explore the phenomenon known as the Purduestache.
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It need not. With no game to watch, my wife took me out for steak.
I found it refreshing to be able to just get up and leave the couch during the MSU-Ohio game to do something else. Took the wife and boys out to Art Prize in GR, though admittedly I still was checking my phone for scoring updates.
Now everyone's going to start using it....
And where do you shop for clothes with free cookies? I'm doing it wrong.
Love this comic strip
Very funny. Yes please include more villians.
Pam reacted to that coupon exactly like my wife would have.
My wife spends more on groupon deals then I do on anything. "But its a groupon"
Her: "Look, I saved money!!"
Me: "No, you spent money."
Every day is Wife Day
Except for college football saturdays
This one is just begging for dicks.
You may just get an email warning you about making comments such as these.
I tremble in fear.
Mine came directly from Brain! It's not your run of the mill auto-email that you get when one of your comments get deleted. (I get those on a regular basis)
More seriously - huh?
I thought Seth endorsed more dicks?
(that didn't come out right)
I was kindly asked to stop bringing up the aforementioned parody comic. I will oblige.
Never heard of Wife Day until this site started to bring it up. So naturally I did nothing.
not have some sort of Ohio State summa cum laude degree on the wall or at least one of those buckeye necklaces?
My wife not so much, but my mom would always pull the whole, "guess how much I saved" thing. Yeah, mom, great job saving $100, but you had to spend $500 to get it!