Mine refused to watch movies made before 2006 because they were too old
She owns a cat.
Cat owners need help.
One used to gag whenever she would smell or take a sip of alcohol, yet she loved to drink and get drunk.
Watching soap operas
Nope, don't have that problem.
Too busy visiting cat websites.
Photographs every meal she eats.
Woo-hoo a phone full of somtam photos.
... and cats.
I'm gonna start downloading recipes just in case there's a connection.
I married her at 23. She was a petite blonde from a town called Camden and was backpacking around the world. She is a distant relative to a famous Aussie female tennis player (take a guess boys) and shares the same last name. We actually met in French class. Anyway, at that time I was pretty cool, playing double bass at the uni and swinging Jazz. I was always a quiet guy, so I kinda turned her on with my shyness. We married quickly and as a gift I bought her a cat! Big mistake! She becomes involved into animal shelters, starts bringing cats home... and the fucking cat hair. It's the cat hair I couldn't stand. Our clothes were always full of cat hair. I slowly went nuts and never recovered. She thought of me as a total dickhead because I could not accept her cat lifestyle, but I must admit that at that time I was also immature.
We divorced in 2002 and since then I have been kinda weird.
buddahas, you're a cool dude, even if you dress like a half-blind half-wit from Salford on the piss with the lads on Walking Street.
I totally understand with the cat bit. People who have an unusually strong attachment to animals are usually looking to avoid a real connection with other human beings, because it involves give and take, whereas animals give unconditional love to anyone while asking for very little.
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