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Mr. Scot

Family Bonding

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So my girlfriend, her sixteen year old daughter, her fourteen year old son and I decided to get together and have some 'family bonding' tonight.

 

We did so by gathering around the TV and watching the season premiere of "The Walking Dead".

 

Yes, mom and the kids are all fans of the show.

 

I may finally have found a keeper :lol:

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It's a good show for that - one of the few my wife and I enjoy together.

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The first time my girlfriend came to my apartment, she took a look at my movie collection, turned to me and said "Do you have any horror movies?"l

That was my first clue that I had something special :lol:

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The first time my girlfriend came to my apartment, she took a look at my movie collection, turned to me and said "Do you have any horror movies?"l

That was my first clue that I had something special :lol:

 

Sounds like an awesome lady.

 

I also own many horror films. I love when a woman appreciates them as much as I do. I've been slowly converting my lady over the past 8 years. Still can't get her into some of my favorites (Phantasm, American Werewolf in London, Fright Night, some others) and I am trying to change her mind on some horror comedies (Shaun of the Dead, Cabin in the Woods, etc.) It is slow going my friend. If only horror films didn't mean so much to me...

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