I finally confessed......

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by anniet, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. anniet

    anniet DIS Veteran

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    Some of you may know that I purchased a 50 point add-on this summer right after DBF and I had a big fight and stopped talking to each other. My guide's call came the next day, (good timing) and I figured hey, I can always take my parents, but I'll need a bigger room. Well the silence only lasted about a week, but I *neglected* to tell DBF that I did an add-on for a while- okay 3 months to be exact.

    I was getting away with it because he often would talk about what a great deal DVC is and I would just answer "I am sooo glad you feel that way"

    Well the other morning he asked me point blank "How many points do you have again?" :eek:

    Let's just say I'm no good at playing poker, so I told him. Luckily when I told him the whole story and how some women go to the mall when their upset and it was kinda like that he just groaned and said "It's too early for all of this" I asked what he thought of 200 points (the grand total now) and he smiled and said "Well it's better than 150"

    So here's my question. Do you think this will make him more or less likely to argue with me again?:confused:
     
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  3. phorsenuf

    phorsenuf Not so New Rule author

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    LOL...I think it will all depend on how many vacations he wants to take a year! LOL
     
  4. Lisa F

    Lisa F <font color=blue>is a very wise woman<br><font col

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    Either way, you win! Either a life of blissful peace or you end up with 2000 points. Maybe it will be somewhere in between, though.

    Lisa
     
  5. sgtpet

    sgtpet DIS Veteran

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    It appears in this case that you are not trustworthy. You should have and should be upfront.

    Honesty is the best policy.


    Good luck it sounds like it will go over well.
     
  6. ncligs

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    I see another add-on in the future Annie.;)
     
  7. GAIL HAYDEN

    GAIL HAYDEN DVC Member since '92

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    It takes two to argue. He might seek marriage counseling, however. :)
     
  8. BCVOwner2002

    BCVOwner2002 <font color=red>I do math problems in my sleep - i

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    I guess it depends on who has control of the check book! LOL! Annmarie
     
  9. tiggerguy2000

    tiggerguy2000 Disney Veteran<br><font color=green>Isn't worried

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    Having more points could be a bond but then who's paying?
     
  10. anniet

    anniet DIS Veteran

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    ROFL- Lisa that thought never occured to me. You are right it is win win for me!

    Gail- we'll save the marriage counseling for AFTER the wedding! LOL!

    Actually I didn't feel an obligation to tell him since we don't share a household. But it looks like that will be changing in the near future, so that's what made me feel compelled to reveal my purchase. I'm paying for it now, but he knows once we get married his money will be my money and my money will be my money! :teeth:
     
  11. GAIL HAYDEN

    GAIL HAYDEN DVC Member since '92

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    Opps, sorry, I totally missed DBF (how I do not know, but, I did).
    The fact that you are paying for it totally changes my opinion. :)
    Your money, you buy whatever you want. ;)
     

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