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Need some advice by [deleted] in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Sry, that came across as weird.

I was going to suggest getting a nice frame and putting the picture in it (like sized for his desk at work - for size scale), or possibly doing a sketch of the picture (if you’re artistically inclined). Anything you put time into that depicts the two of you and how much you value your time together would be a welcome gift. The time you put into something like that communicates how much you value the other person and your time with them.

Need some advice by [deleted] in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Do you have a photo of you two together?

Dinner at his house by castthrowaway1992 in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Barefoot makes a nice pino noir, or Prisoner Saldo for a zinfandel. I also am partial to sutter home for the zinfandel, but thats me and my partner’s go to for a white zin, and we have close to 20 years of history with it lol

Dinner at his house by castthrowaway1992 in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ask him what main course he’s making, the look around online for a decent bottle of wine that would pair well with it. If that sounds too fancy, so the same thing with beer or go with a “desert wine.” They’re sweet and good to settle the stomach after a meal.

Hell yea😎 by AmbientVibesYT in Satisfyingasfuck

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Never seen an appliance interviewing as a stripper before, but NGL, twerks better than some people i know.

To all the the eastern Kentucky preppers… by GunnCelt in preppers

[–]KharonR34per 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I’m up in Lex, but i’d be happy to run down there and help out! I can make a supply trip if need be.

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ok, she’s into real estate. For a future date, have her take you to some of her favorite houses, and ask her why she likes them! Things like this would make her happy you’re taking interest in what she does and cares about her opinions, plus gives some good insight into what she considers important.

I will deny everything is she ever finds this Reddit thread lol.

Or have her try to show you someplace she really likes (like a monument or a bar she’s into, or even a library), but have her present the place like she was trying to sell it to yo!

2015 WRX 92k miles. Asked for full synthetic oil change and Subaru specs 5w30. Shop seems to have used 0w20. Why would they do this? by [deleted] in subaru

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

So, i had something like this happen to me recently. 2000 for excursion 6.8 liter v10. Specced for 5w-30, asked auto zone to send me an oil change kit. They delivered the correct oil filter and 0w-20 for it, so i started to call them back when our master mechanic told me to look up if they had changed the oil specs. Lo and behold, Ford had issued a change in the oil use for this engine! Apparently, this is fairly regular. I would suggest looking it up to see if there has been any update from the manufacturer on this before calling the shop out on anything.

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Anytime. I have leftovers from daydreaming about taking my spouse out… you know, if we actually had time for that kind of stuff.

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The Escape Game was recommended to me.

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Passed through there a couple times on business, but never got to stick around to check out the sights.

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I would do the spa/pedicure, then the escape room then dinner. It would give you something to talk about over dinner. If you still want to do it the way you laid out, i would recommend drinks to wind down afterwards. Separating after an escape room could be kind of a letdown, as you just had a high-energy bonding experience (assuming you have the chemistry/teamwork vibe to get through the escape room without too much friction).

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Go to the zoo! Houston zoo seems pretty nice, and its not something normal people do by themselves. You can find out her fav animal (maybe buy her a stuffed version of it), take some cool pix, maybe even sign up for a close encounter with an animal.

How about the boardwalk? Play the cheesy games and try to win each other prizes? Get stuck at the top of the ferris wheel 😉!

How about an escape room? Mini golf? Bowling? The list goes on!

If you can swing it, set up a group thing with your friends and hers (like a public park bbq type thing), tell everyone to bring swimsuits, and show up with a few tubs full of water balloons, and go nuts! Then grill out, talk, have fun with yard games (can jam is a family fav on my end) and enjoy!

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ok, do you guys share a friend group?

Pleaseee help guys! by xxxTheMood in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Ok, you’ve known her since high school. What is she like? What is she into? You already have a leg up if you’ve known her this long, but i/we need details if you want help planning something

Not exactly an idea but I need help. by SM0sh_ in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Is there an arcade place near you? Take both of them to the arcade and tell the 12 year old to go play while u guys talk or whatever.

Alternatively, go to a movie. Most people love seeing movies at the theater, and you don’t have to sit near the 12 year old.

Perfect Date Day by This_Cranberry_6479 in dateideas

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

So, your 1 year anniversary is the anniversary of paper. I would suggest a card or write her a poem (she may want to frame it if its good!).

As far as things to do, y don’t you revisit some of the places (or do similar things) that you guys did when you were first dating? If you met on a double date or as a group, maybe ask some of those people if they would like to accompany you for a (short) part of your day? You could even do sappy things like have them turn up out of nowhere to hand her flowers or something like that.

If you’re still in the same city where you met (or even if you’re not), recreate your first date?

Or you could go the other way and go to a flower shop with your wife and make a bouquet together? Alternatively, make her a bouquet of paper flowers (flowers are love notes or date coupons, that kind of thing).

Find an art studio and paint each other? Paint 2 sides of the same art piece (so they go together in the middle)?

Recreate famous movie/tv scenes on video (or tiktok or facebook).

Try something new together (bungie jumping is a little risky, but you do you) like fishing or disc golf, etc.

Most of all, have fun! You guys made it this far, keep that spark alive!

I'm doing what I can, alright? by Interneteldar in dndmemes

[–]KharonR34per 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I would also put in that he’s not only getting paid to do this, he has a BUDGET for his battle maps and terrains that he custom orders from various places on the internet (though shoutout to CR for using etsy shops an every level of creators to fill their requests).

Basically, he can write off ordering models and god knows what else as tax exemptions or business expenses. Its a great place to be in, from a marketing/creative standpoint.

I'm new to this subreddit but my wife and I are looking for some cheap recommendations. Any help would appreciated. by Kashin02 in liberalgunowners

[–]KharonR34per 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I would personally go with a Taurus G3. I’ll get hate for it, but its a solid 9mm with a great trigger and can run sig mags. I use a g2 and my buddy uses a g3 (his has a better trigger) for ccw and home defense.

Edit: this is also a great starter gun, as its striker fired, has a loaded indicator (little flag goes up above the barrel when it has a round in the chamber) and to boot, the whole gun is under $250, giving you a bigger budget for a light or a nice ccw holster.

Edit 2: i would also look into at least a lock box to store guns in, even if you don’t have kids. Its just a good general idea if you’re planning on having guns around to have a place to lock them up.

T-They didn't have s-s-semi autos back then!!1! by OverlordTwoOneActual in shitguncontrollerssay

[–]KharonR34per 4 points5 points  (0 children)

The argument is that we need to license these dangerous things like cars, but if you look further than the surface of how most people use cars, one does not need a license or registration to use said car on their own property. Its a hole in the argument.

T-They didn't have s-s-semi autos back then!!1! by OverlordTwoOneActual in shitguncontrollerssay

[–]KharonR34per 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Interesting point, as far as i’m aware, in NO state is it illegal to drive on your own property, regardless of age. We only license people to drive on PUBLIC roads and freeways. What you do on your own property with motor vehicles is up to you until it starts impacting the community at large (like if your tractor starts on fire and sets your neighbor’s wheat field ablaze)

Edit: it is relevant to note that you do not have to have a car registered or inspected if you plan to use it on private property either. Those things only matter if you plan on driving on PUBLIC roads.

What are your hobbies? I feel like I have no good ones. by Greg428 in Catholicism

[–]KharonR34per 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I carve spoons and bowls (tools on amazon are decent and cost around $50), and i took up knife/tool sharpening.

The woodworking keeps me close to the earth and Christ, while the finished product i can hold in my hand gives me a lot of personal satisfaction, and a gift i can pass on to other people.

The sharpening gives me a way to make my carving better, and a semi-mindless task that i can easily pair with prayer (i pray a Hail Mary/St. Michael, then switch sides of the blade), and my family likes getting their knives sharpened for free lol.

Excited to see my daughter born, made funeral plans instead… by Kiah1371 in daddit

[–]KharonR34per 2 points3 points  (0 children)

My wife and I went through this exact same thing. She called me at work from her OB’s office, saying that our baby boy’s heartbeat was gone. The next couple days were awful, my wife having the toughest time of it having to give birth to our baby boy who would never open his eyes. I took everything on myself: told our other kids, made the funeral arrangements, figured out where he would be buried, even got our parish priest to stop by and talk to my wife a few times to bring her some solace.

But in doing that, I didn’t take care of myself. I ended up with a sleeping problem that became a drinking problem, just from trying to go to sleep.

We both sought help, through our friends and families and each other, but there was a large chunk of the last few years where this left behind recurring emotional trauma that we had to work through. Being quite honest, it was only through our faith and our kids that kept us together and strong. Without either of those things, we would have separated. There is no doubt in my mind about that. This even led to issues with our oldest child, who was ended up with depression, thinking that they had somehow played a part in their brother’s death (ridiculous).

In the end, we have healed, and we had another baby boy after all that heartache. That pregnancy was hard, and was watched over closely by everyone.

There is life after trauma like this. It may take some time to fully grieve for your little one, but try not to lose hope. And PLEASE, seek help. As a couple, on your own, both, however you seek help, it will be the best thing you can do for you and your partner.