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I tried to be sexy and it backfired!

I thought it would be cute to start sending my husband Aaron some sassy text messages yesterday.  It didn't take him long to figure out what I was doing and sure enough he began to text back. One thing led to another and I decided to show up to his work and tease him over the intercom (he works part time at a coffee house with a drive through). He answered the drive through page and while laughing I asked him if "he was an item on the menu that I could order" - I had no idea that all 6 of his co-workers were also on head sets and heard the same thing!!!! Needless to say I was mortified, grabbed my drink and left.  Aaron mentioned later that night he would be teased about this for weeks - he did think it was pretty funny.

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06/02/2010 6:56AM
I tried to be sexy and it backfired!
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06/02/2010 7:03AM
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