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    #1

    Cool He wags his tail for his wife?

    Hello amigos!

    Tomīs wife is so bossy that he wags his tail for her.

    Is it meant that he is overpowered by her?

    Thanks,

    Sam


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    Re: He wags his tail for his wife?

    Quote Originally Posted by sambistapt View Post
    Hello amigos!

    Tomīs wife is so bossy that he wags his tail for her.

    Is it meant that he is overpowered by her?

    Thanks,
    Sam
    She rules the roost.
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