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Why a Snowblower is better then a woman

OK......first reason......you can admire a friends snowblower and he will offer to let you use it.
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Second reason.....Your primary snowblower doesn't mind if you keep another one for backup
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Third reason....your snowblower won't leave you even if you run out of gas
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Fourth reason....Snowblowers function normally every day of the month....
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fifth reason.....you can quiet a snowblower.....OK someone take it from here.....
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Your snowblower doesn't mind if you try out a neighbor's snowblower.
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Your snowblower doesn't say it has a headache when you try to have sex with it.
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fifth reason.....you can quiet a snowblower.....OK someone take it from here.....
Ok if your old 2 stroke single stage is too loud, you can easily swap it for a younger, quieter 4 stroke.
Not so easy in the matrimonial world lol.

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Your snowblower doesn't say it has a headache when you try to have sex with it.
I believe that a headache will be the least of the problems ensuing from that attempt lol.

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Second reason.....Your primary snowblower doesn't mind if you keep another one for backup
Aha, kinda like sister snowblowers (sister wives) lol...

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