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Can't remember please help

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Am looking for a title of a movie. I can't remember who stared in it but it was about a married couple. The wife receives a dog training book from her mother and is told to use it to train her husband.

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Hi there!

Welcome!

If you backtrack on this thread, you'll find that this exact question is asked, and answered, about once every 8 or 9 days.

If a Mr. Dobbs posts in before you find it, duck & run.

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> WHY is this question asked so frequently? It boggles

> my mind.

>

> Sandy K

 

I think we are missing a big opportunity. One of us needs to write a book titled ?How to Train Dogs and Husbands.?

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> "I think we are missing a big opportunity. One of us needs to write a book titled ?How to Train Dogs and Husbands.? "

 

Fred;

 

I told my wife about your suggestion, and her face lit up with amusement as she commented: "That's a work I've been researching for going-on 30 years now!"

I laughed, turned back to my coffee, and promptly got ambushed by her next remark:

"So far, the dogs are way ahead!"

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What really amazes me is that if you turned that premise around and made a movie about a man using a dog-training book to manipulate his wife, you'd have to jump back to avoid the flames of outrage!

 

Why do you men put up with it? ; )

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> "What really amazes me is that if you turned that premise around and made a movie about a man using a dog-training book to manipulate his wife, you'd have to jump back to avoid the flames of outrage!"

 

Ayres;

 

As a former dog breeder of nearly 20 years , I almost felt compelled to point out that, following through with your premise, you'd need to use a different technical term, one used specifically to describe female dogs . . .

ALMOST . .

Then I visualized my charred, blackened remains crumbling into smoking heaps of ash . .

And smartened right up, toute suite!

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LOL--or as Crystal (Joan Crawford) puts it in The Women: "There's a word for you ladies, but it is seldom used in high society, outside of a kennel."

 

(I refer, of course, to any lady who would use such a book to "train" her husband.)

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> "LOL--or as Crystal (Joan Crawford) puts it in The Women: "There's a word for you ladies, but it is seldom used in high society, outside of a kennel."

 

Ahh, "The Women": strange though it may sound, from a backcountry musher like myself, I love that film; particularly Marjorie Main in them pre-war cowgirl duds!

That makes the proverbial ticket a fun investment all by itself!

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