Wife with a gun gets scared by husbands firecrackers

Don't mess with my gun ! ...... FUNNY JOKE

http://www.UseVideoEmail.com Husband plays practical joke on gun toting wife. This guy got my vote for funniest video of the year and a nomination for the " ...

Don t mess with my gun FUNNY JOKE
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Wife Scare

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Gun Firecracker Prank *LMAO*

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Gun Firecracker Prank LMAO
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Cleaning man gets scared AGAIN..... PART 2

Rene D being scared scared again by the guys part 2.

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Husband & wife gun prank

The husband tells the wife not to mess with his gun but she takes no notice so he decides to teach her a lesson. So funny.

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Firecracker scare prank

dude gets madly scared by firecrackers while sleeping, lmao.

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FUNNY Wife Scares the Shit out of her Husband

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Husband gets scared!

What happens when you sneak up on someone in the shower.

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Wife with a gun gets scared by husbands firecrackers

wife with a gun gets scared by husbands firecrackersThis man sets off firecrackers and scares his wife to death as she is checking out his gun.

Wife with a gun gets scared by husbands firecrackers
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Summary

The word is of Germanic origin, from Proto-Germanic *wībam, "woman". In Middle English it had the form wif, and in Old English wīf, "woman or wife". It is related to Modern German Weib (woman, female), and may derive ultimately from the Indo-European root ghwībh- "shame; pudenda" (cf. Tocharian B kwīpe and Tocharian A kip, each meaning "female pudenda", with clear sexual overtones) The original meaning of the phrase "wife" as simply "woman", unconnected with marriage or a husband/wife, is preserved in words such as "midwife" and "fishwife".

In most cultures, with marriage it is generally expected that a woman will take her husband's surname, though that is not universal. A married woman may indicate her marital status in a number of ways: in Western culture a married woman would commonly wear a wedding ring but in other cultures other markers of marital status may be used. A married woman is commonly given the honorific title "Mrs", but some married women prefer to be referred to as "Ms", a title which is also used when the marital status of a woman is unknown.

Related terminology

A woman on her wedding day is usually described as a bride, even after the wedding ceremony, while being described as a wife is also appropriate after the wedding or after the honeymoon. Historically, her male partner was known as the bridegroom during the wedding, and within the marriage is called her husband. Traditionally, the bride or her family may have brought her husband a dowry,…
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