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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #15 on: August 06, 2014, 08:30:24 AM »
candace > kim

Wait, i thought you liked big back yards.

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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #16 on: August 06, 2014, 08:36:01 AM »
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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #17 on: August 06, 2014, 08:54:36 AM »
I love big big yards. If it was just a yard comparison Kim > Candace. But to me the ideal woman is 5'9" 120-135. My first wife was 5'9 130-135. So Candace has the height, could use a little more meat but hey no ones perfect :-)

Plus you throw in those blue eyes and blonde hair and we got a winner!

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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #18 on: August 06, 2014, 08:58:05 AM »
I love big big yards. If it was just a yard comparison Kim > Candace. But to me the ideal woman is 5'9" 120-135. My first wife was 5'9 130-135. So Candace has the height, could use a little more meat but hey no ones perfect :-)

Plus you throw in those blue eyes and blonde hair and we got a winner!

Who cares about the starter. What about the trophy wife?

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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #19 on: August 06, 2014, 09:06:08 AM »
My current wife is Asian. So no big big yard. But she makes almost as much as I do :-) 

And I'm much happier with her than the starter wife.

Asians with big yards aren't common but I hear they do exist in garden grove and Westminster

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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #20 on: August 06, 2014, 09:10:40 AM »
My current wife is Asian. So no big big yard. But she makes almost as much as I do :-) 

And I'm much happier with her than the starter wife.

Asians with big yards aren't common but I hear they do exist in garden grove and Westminster

I think the older asian folks love the big backyards to grow their fruit trees or what not.  You see that a lot in GG/WM area like what Qwerty mentioned.  Also having a bigger backyard can allow them to expand their homes when all their relatives move in. 
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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #21 on: August 06, 2014, 09:12:00 AM »
My current wife is Asian. So no big big yard. But she makes almost as much as I do :-) 

And I'm much happier with her than the starter wife.

Asians with big yards aren't common but I hear they do exist in garden grove and Westminster

I think the older asian folks love the big backyards to grow their fruit trees or what not.  You see that a lot in GG/WM area like what Qwerty mentioned.  Also having a bigger backyard can allow them to expand their homes when all their relatives move in. 
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Re: How do i post a pic
« Reply #22 on: September 04, 2014, 02:55:17 PM »
I moved to Cerritos area and bought a SFR with decent sized yard.  But the cost of watering the lawn has been expensive.  I ripped up about 1/4th of the backyard lawn and replaced it with landscape cover + rubber mulch + elevated plating beds + yard furniture.  This year has been hot and the zucchini grew well, but all my cucumber plants died.

I also put in a 25-30 ft 3-wire trelis for my passion fruit, which grew really well and produced a bumper crop this year.  The 2 guava trees also did very well, but the citrus trees did not produce well this year.  In retrospec I should've put in a taller 5-wire trelis, ah well.

One benefit of having a yard is that you could dig your own fallout shelter, though it's probably not necessary under current environment.  As far as I'm concerned the Russians don't really need to wave their nukes, Europe can either bend over or freeze this winter without Russian gas.  But a backyard is still nice to have for burying your supply cache.
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