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obageegee
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Registered: ‎09-30-2012

Re: Cutting party!

You are right, sounds kinda snarky



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scoobieky
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Registered: ‎09-15-2012

Re: Cutting party!

I'll be joining this cutting party very soon bye bye crap 1

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Shogun
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Registered: ‎04-15-2011

Re: Cutting party!


TWMAZ wrote:

Why are you cutting your husbands cards? weird. Seems like I am missing something, they were his; how did they help both of you? were you an AU? weird, how come you cannot just set them aside? why cut them? you did not close the accounts? weird. If my wife cut my cards I would be like why did you do that? I was going to buy that new shiny kegerator for your birhtday, that is crazy. Please put the scissors down, I would rather my wife pickup laundry, clean the cat box, take out the trash or make me a samwich before she thought of cutting up my credit cards, but hey that is just me.\

 


Sarcasm?  I hope so!   Back on subject!

 

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Re: Cutting party!


TWMAZ wrote:

...Please put the scissors down, I would rather my wife pickup laundry, clean the cat box, take out the trash or make me a samwich before she thought of cutting up my credit cards, but hey that is just me.\

 


did you really just write that? 

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Registered: ‎08-24-2011

Re: Cutting party!


Omaplatypus wrote:

TWMAZ wrote:

...Please put the scissors down, I would rather my wife pickup laundry, clean the cat box, take out the trash or make me a samwich before she thought of cutting up my credit cards, but hey that is just me.\

 


did you really just write that? 

I smell troll! :smileyvery-happy:

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Re: Cutting party!


SevenNEW wrote:

Omaplatypus wrote:

TWMAZ wrote:

...Please put the scissors down, I would rather my wife pickup laundry, clean the cat box, take out the trash or make me a samwich before she thought of cutting up my credit cards, but hey that is just me.\

 


did you really just write that? 

I smell troll! :smileyvery-happy:


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cardslayer
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Registered: ‎01-08-2008

Re: Cutting party!

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That's great that you're cutting these up, you're one step closer to ridding yourself of these all together. I'll spare the "these cards serve a purpose..." stuff, I know they do. But they make you pay for that privilege. About 3 months ago I CLOSED all of my builder card accounts. Among them, Orchard, Chevron card, and a Chase card that wasn't going anywhere. Total about $2k in CL. Among these were the oldest in my AAoA, so I took a little bit of a hit, albeit -4 points. But this was after I achieved full primeville, including Freedom and 3 Amex cards and Discover. I have felt great about myself ever since!


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