Merry Christmas

Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by Jeff Randall, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. jeeter

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    Are our wives related, lol?

    Mine used to leave my Old Hickory kitchen knives in the sink, then gripe that they'd rust. I love her dearly, but sometimes...
     
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    lol they MAY be!
     
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    Is your wife Argentine? That means she's happy about once a day.:D
     
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    LOL YES!

    Is your's always tired and by tired I don't mean just at bed time. I mean ALL the time. Just got out of bed? "I'm tired". Fixing lunch? "I'm tired" Random text in the middle of the day? "I'm tired"

    I told her the other day I operated under the assumption that no matter the time, day or night, that she was tired. She called me a dick. I assumed it was because she was cranky, due to being tired.
     
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    Dude, this is getting weird...

    My wife is the same way, tired all the time from nursing the baby and homeschooling the 9 year old. She's never called me a dick, though. "Asshole" was her choice of wording.
     
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    I can't wait until tonight when I tell mine that she has a sister who acts just like her!

    and no.... I'm not smart enough not to do it! LOL
     
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    Merry Christmas to the ESEE Crew!!!
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    @Benson X, that's freaking brilliant. I've got so many patches and only a handful of places to display them. I'll have to see if it works in my truck. My truck interior, including the headliner is a pretty tight weave. I doubt it will work, but I'll be pretty stoked if it does!
     
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    They stay really well on the Taco's headliner. That'd be cool if it works on yours too! I have a few patches for hats and packs 'n such, but I like to display them up there just for my own enjoyment :)
     
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    I also keep a little "go pouch" up there for my EWC card, pens, sharpies, lights, knives etc.
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    That's pretty slick. Is it pinned up?
     
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    Nope - the hook 'n' loop backing holds it up there surprisingly well. It's this little guy: http://www.511tactical.com/light-writing-patch.html

    I've had it drop a couple times when out wheeling, but it was getting pretty rowdy/bumpy ;)
     
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    Yes. This.
     
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    Niiccceeee... will this be an available option on the folder as well?
     
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    Some of those patches are a little odd to me. What do they all mean? Like yellow submarine, peppermint stick and the see saw?
     
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    They're off-road "merit" badges that a buddy makes.

    Submarine = deep water crossing
    Candy Cane = "candy caned" drive shaft
    See-Saw = high centered

    Lost, helping hand, trail repair, flat tire, busted ring gear, navigator, trail leader, trail damage, DIY fix, winch recovery etc.

    There are a few that I still haven't "earned" yet, and some I hope not to get (like the "rollover" patch).
     
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    Oh, ok.

    You've just given me some ideas for the Expat Experience....
     
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    I feel stupid, I just sent Jeff Randall email a request for a patch with out reading entire post .If I had I would have seen it was closed and if that wasn't bad enough under subject I some how typed esse Patch instead of esee.I guess I just got to excited anyway sorry for the spam Mr. Randall
     
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    I've had it drop a couple times when out wheeling, but it was getting pretty rowdy/bumpy ;)[/QUOTE]

    Sounds dangerous. Reminds me of when we were younger. My cousin had a blowfish that he Loosely tied to his rear-view mirror. Anytime we took a corner at a moderately high speed the thing would come undone bouncing and flying around the car until it sound a soft place to stick into....
     
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    Just got my patch in the mail. Much appreciated, thanks to the ESEE Team!
     

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