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How Spineys make better romantics

William GarzaWilliam Garza TexasPosts: 3,931
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:57 AM in Lighten and Brighten
Spineys love to walk slowly with a loved one(cause any faster and we would fall over).

Spineys walk arm in arm with you (for support).

Spineys rarely get out, so when one does, it means your pretty special, (or his ride to the docs)!

Spineys will sit and watch the sun going down with you,with tears in his eyes (coz we cant get up and my butt fell asleep)

Spineys will sit up all night with a loved one when they are sick( its the usual thing to be up anyway, but dont tell them that)

Spineys will stop to smell the flowers (coz we cant walk that far and we need the rest)

Spineys love to stop on road trips to see the sights (because our butts/legs/back/etc is hurting and we need to stretch)

Spineys love a good back rub and usually purr their endearments to the other half on recieving them!

Spineys love to eat a good home cooked meal(because those pesky hard restaurant chairs are killer)!

Spineys love to watch a good movie at home (because those pesky sticky/slick floors and middle of the row seats at the theater are killer to get to and from)

Spineys love to walk hand in hand (because we need the extra support, but dont tell them that;)

Spineys will always go the distance with a loved one (because were spineys and have no other way to get there)!

Spineys will sit there and tear up as you describe your bad day at work (because it hurts to sit and listen to someone complaining about having a job)

Spineys are always faithful ( we cant stray very far and cant run so fast)

Spineys are better lovers (we have to take our time...or else:(

Spineys love to sit out on full moonlit nights ( because someone forgot we were out here and turned off the light)

Spineys love to sit and listen to a favorite radio station for hours and hours..and hours. (coz we cant get up to change this horrible channel :o)!

Spineys will carry a torch( coz it got dark before we could reach the light switch!)

Spineys see the world through a soft golden mellow glow (either the new meds are too strong or the gritty feeling of dry eyballs from lack of sleep)

Spineys walk softly across the room when the other half is asleep( coz the pins and needles are killer in de-feet)

Spineys will walk a mile for you (relaaaax, this stress test on the treadmill is better than the nuclear one)

Spineys love to go shopping for shoes (maybe the new reebok orthopeadic version is in)

Well, as you see spineys truly are romantics a heart!
Carry on!

William Garza
Spine-Health Mod

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  • Hehehehehe Funny :)
    ACDF C4-5 June 23rd, 2011

    Another surgery in the near future. I am 26 years old.

    Current Meds- Norco 7.5/325, Cymbalta 60mg, Gabapentin, Adderall 20mg
  • Thanks for the sweet giggles! LOL

    So True!
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  • love it :) so very true.... sad too, but okay! will be copying, pasting and sharing with many fellow spineys!
  • You guys are the best!
    William Garza
    Spine-Health Mod

    Welcome to Spine-Health

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