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Our days are never dull, the ex and I

Ex: What do you want for dinner?
Me: Huh?
Ex: I am gonna cook dinner tomorrow since you don’t feel good and since I am going out of town for the weekend and won’t see the kids.
In my head, I am thinking why the hell is he cooking dinner? Is he trying to secretly poison me? I am not sure how I feel about this….
Me: Just make spaghetti, that’s quick and easy. We have a football game at 7 anyways…
Ex: I will come by after work and cook
Ex: Hey…..what color panties you got on?
Me: Bye Henry…

My ex is a trip, how blondie puts up with him is beyond me, lol! Since she is so much older, she must have more patience, but if he still needs to know, they were leopard print panties, LOL! 
They were a gift and I really doubt the person that bought them would want my soon to be ex husband checking them out! 


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