Sub for my bedroom?

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  • 02-23-2006, 11:05 AM
    L.J.
    Sub for my bedroom?
    Hey guys, any suggestions on a sub. My bedroom is 11x13 with 8ft ceilings. I'm not sure if I should be looking for a sealed sub or not. I really don't have a budget, but I don't need to over do it. I just need enough to fill the room with some clean bass. Thanks
  • 02-23-2006, 11:22 AM
    GMichael
    I would go with one of the kits from Parts Express.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=300-760

    This one is probably plenty for what you are doing.
    If you like doing things yourself you could put the parts together you need yourself and save.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....WebPage_ID=259
  • 02-23-2006, 11:25 AM
    topspeed
    Shouldn't you be doing some thumping of another kind in the bedroom ;)?

    Seriously tho, for a small room where you won't be doing any critical listening, I'd go the Dayton route from partsexpress.
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=300-760
  • 02-23-2006, 11:32 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by topspeed
    Shouldn't you be doing some thumping of another kind in the bedroom ;)?

    Seriously tho, for a small room where you won't be doing any critical listening, I'd go the Dayton route from partsexpress.
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=300-760

    Stop that.
  • 02-23-2006, 12:05 PM
    L.J.
    Thanks guys. I may look into getting a kit.

    If I browse other options, should I 100% be looking at sealed subs, due to the room size?


    Side note: Mr. Topspeed, lil LJ here is plenty proof of a little too much thumping going on in the bedroom. Besides, there are more advantages to having a 5.1 system in the bedroom, than watching the latest action flics ;)
  • 02-23-2006, 12:32 PM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Thanks guys. I may look into getting a kit.

    If I browse other options, should I 100% be looking at sealed subs, due to the room size?


    Side note: Mr. Topspeed, lil LJ here is plenty proof of a little too much thumping going on in the bedroom. Besides, there are more advantages to having a 5.1 system in the bedroom, than watching the latest action flics ;)

    What kind of action? No wait, please don't answer that.

    100%? Hard to say. You can get good or bad in either. For the most part, sealed subs will give you a tighter response but don't go as loud. In a bedroom you souldn't need much volume so sealed seems better. When Kex gets involved, I'm sure he'll give you a list of pros and cons for both. The kits from PE seem nice. Or you could just order the components and build your own box. A 4' by 8', 3/4" MDF board can be had for about $22. Home Depot or Lowes will cut them up anyway you like too. As I recall you get the first 4 or 5 cuts free, then .25 for each cut after that.
  • 02-23-2006, 07:49 PM
    LMB
    Check out Velodyne SPL 800R
  • 02-23-2006, 09:03 PM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Hey guys, any suggestions on a sub. My bedroom is 11x13 with 8ft ceilings. I'm not sure if I should be looking for a sealed sub or not. I really don't have a budget, but I don't need to over do it. I just need enough to fill the room with some clean bass. Thanks

    Are you going to remove all the furniture (bed ,dresser ) put polar bear carpet on floor with pillows?The sub going to bounce sound all over the place. I would go with one with driver at the bottom,at least the sound will travel. :D
  • 02-24-2006, 05:29 AM
    kexodusc
    I've built a lot of subs of both types this past year. The more subs I listen to the more I prefer sealed subs, so it's safe to say I have a certain bias here. :)
    That said, I think a sealed sub might be best for your small bedroom here. It'll benefit more from the room's transfer function (room gain) and should provide a bit tighter, and more accurate response. This should compensate for any loss in SPL a sealed design has compared to a ported. It probably won't play quite as low as a ported sub could, though.
    Let's see, some quick math here:
    13 ft is your longest dimension so,
    565/13 = 43 Hz...where room gain starts...Then theoretical room gain will be +12 dB at 21.5Hz.
    Won't exactly work that way, but it gives you an idea. Your sealed sub rolls off at a the rate the room gain adds, so it effectively extends the output. Great in small rooms!!! A ported sub rolls off so fast that room gains contribution is minimal, but the ported design extends response. Some argue a sealed sub actually sounds more "full" or deeper because of this. I'd say it's close, with the edge going to porteds in my experience.
    I don't think high - mid 20's Hz response is out of the question for you if you go with the 10" Titanic kit.

    You up for building one? I could think of some better options that would be a bit more customized to your needs.
  • 02-24-2006, 06:15 AM
    Robert Smith
    Partsexpress.com is a good route and it's a chance to play with sharp objects and accidently cut yourself. Make sure you wear jeans and safety glasses. Having a subwoofer under your bed could prove interesting. That gives me a idea......you could call it the PartSexPress.
  • 02-24-2006, 07:23 AM
    L.J.
    Parts Express it is then....
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kexodusc
    You up for building one? I could think of some better options that would be a bit more customized to your needs.

    Whadaya thinking Kex?

    I'd perfer to do a kit, rather than having to cut wood and what not. The kit that Topspeed and GM suggested seems perfect, nice price too.
  • 02-24-2006, 07:36 AM
    kexodusc
    I built the 12" Titanic for my parents (my first DIY project a few years ago). It's a super nice sub for sure. It is a bit pricey for 2 reasons. The woofer is a high output design, good quality throughout, but doesn't come cheap. The cabinet is also pretty pricey, but it is pre-finished/cut.

    Still, I had a Paradigm PW-2200 at the time that couldn't keep up, not even close. The Titanic sounded much stronger, tighter, more accurate, whatever you want to call it.

    You could buy the cabinet from PE and sub in a different woofer/amp combo and save some money, but you'd probably need to cut holes in the cabinet. If that's not an option, then you're probably best off with something like the Titanic Kit.

    Normally I don't recommend the 10" version. But your small room is the exception. It should thrive in there.
  • 02-24-2006, 09:19 AM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kexodusc
    You could buy the cabinet from PE and sub in a different woofer/amp combo and save some money, but you'd probably need to cut holes in the cabinet. If that's not an option, then you're probably best off with something like the Titanic Kit.

    I really just don't want to bother with the cutting. I don't have the proper tools anyways. So I'm looking at $420 including shipping. Kex, if you think this kit is enough, than I'll trust your judgement. Can you think of any other subs in that price range that will match the performance of the 10" Titanic Kit?
  • 02-24-2006, 11:20 AM
    kexodusc
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    I really just don't want to bother with the cutting. I don't have the proper tools anyways. So I'm looking at $420 including shipping. Kex, if you think this kit is enough, than I'll trust your judgement. Can you think of any other subs in that price range that will match the performance of the 10" Titanic Kit?

    I can't think of any "kits" of the top of my head with cabinets that are close in price that I've heard myself or from relibable sources that I'd compare to the Titanic. If you had a router I could think of alternative woofers that would work in that box and do as well or better for less money. The Titanic woofer are good woofers, but they tend to me "jacks of all trades, masters of none", as the saying goes. Are you looking for max SPL? Good sound quality? Low frequency extension? Wll this be used for music or movies exclusively? A bit of both?

    I'm confident you'll be happy either way. If you're not, I'm sure PE would take it back under their return policy.

    No worries though. As a complete kit it's a great deal. I thought shipping was free on this thing?

    I haven't heard the 10" version in the kit included cabinet. I've heard it in 2 other cabinets, one larger ported, one larger sealed. The sealed one I heard was designed exlusively to integrate with the owners stereo speakers. It played down to 29 Hz or so, but was all that he needed for his music. He sold a $700 Velodyne and used the money to buy the parts.
    I seriously doubt you'll find an SVS or Hsu sub for that money that would sound as good. It might play lower or louder though. Maybe different, but I doubt better. I know the closest thing Paradigm would have would be the PW-2100. I owned one briefly. My parents 12" Titanic was better than my PW-2200 in just about every way. The PW-2200 played a tiny bit louder, but I never pushed it that hard anyway. I'm suspecting the PW-2100 would perform similarly against the 10" version.
    Vance Dickason had a hand in designing these. He's no stranger to designing subs, does a lot of consulting work for companies like Velodyne and TC Sounds. He wrote the DIY speaker builder's "bible".

    Adire use to sell the Rava for $400, which might have been a better option for you. You might be able to find one used?

    Or if you can be patient, those Titanic subs get sold by PE on ebay quite often...I'm sure one would turn up soon enough at a bit of a discount.
  • 02-24-2006, 01:34 PM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kexodusc
    I can't think of any "kits" of the top of my head with cabinets that are close in price that I've heard myself or from relibable sources that I'd compare to the Titanic. If you had a router I could think of alternative woofers that would work in that box and do as well or better for less money. The Titanic woofer are good woofers, but they tend to me "jacks of all trades, masters of none", as the saying goes. Are you looking for max SPL? Good sound quality? Low frequency extension? Wll this be used for music or movies exclusively? A bit of both?

    I'm confident you'll be happy either way. If you're not, I'm sure PE would take it back under their return policy.

    No worries though. As a complete kit it's a great deal. I thought shipping was free on this thing?

    I haven't heard the 10" version in the kit included cabinet. I've heard it in 2 other cabinets, one larger ported, one larger sealed. The sealed one I heard was designed exlusively to integrate with the owners stereo speakers. It played down to 29 Hz or so, but was all that he needed for his music. He sold a $700 Velodyne and used the money to buy the parts.
    I seriously doubt you'll find an SVS or Hsu sub for that money that would sound as good. It might play lower or louder though. Maybe different, but I doubt better. I know the closest thing Paradigm would have would be the PW-2100. I owned one briefly. My parents 12" Titanic was better than my PW-2200 in just about every way. The PW-2200 played a tiny bit louder, but I never pushed it that hard anyway. I'm suspecting the PW-2100 would perform similarly against the 10" version.
    Vance Dickason had a hand in designing these. He's no stranger to designing subs, does a lot of consulting work for companies like Velodyne and TC Sounds. He wrote the DIY speaker builder's "bible".

    Adire use to sell the Rava for $400, which might have been a better option for you. You might be able to find one used?

    Or if you can be patient, those Titanic subs get sold by PE on ebay quite often...I'm sure one would turn up soon enough at a bit of a discount.

    Does PE ever do a free shipping offer or something like that?

    I looked up the estimated shipping and it was about $60. That brings the price up to $420. The sub will be mostly for movies, with music going along for the ride. I will do some peeping around and hopefully something will pop up on ebay or something. I picked up some surrounds on Audiogon today, so that kinda put the sub thing on hold for a little bit. (WAF. Funny how wifee never cared about my HT habits, until it moved into the bedroom)

    The Titanic seems to offer alot for $358 and that's probably a good price point for a bedroom sub. I have a few buddies with the tools I would need so maybe building one is a good idea. Especially since I'm under radar now. I guess I cant blame her since the 2.0 project somehow morphed into 5.1. Perhaps I should play it like Pat P and slip new speakers in on the quiet. :D

    Anyways, if you have time Kex, perhaps you can provide some links to that orginal money saving plan you had so I can put that on my options list when the time is right.

    Thanks for all the replies everyone
  • 02-24-2006, 01:44 PM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Perhaps I should play it like Pat P and slip new speakers in on the quiet. :D

    I have an HTIB system in the bedroom. Once in a while, when I am home alone I switch out a couple of the crappy speakers for the Infinty's from my main system. The main system is all boxed up for our eventual move. At that time I'll need new speakers for that system.
  • 02-24-2006, 02:22 PM
    kexodusc
    Well, LJ, there's several other woofers out there, some 10, some 12" that are cheaper than the Titanic woofers. I'd recommend the 240 watt plate amp and one of those....I'd have too look. Throw in another $100 for the cabinet if you can't build it yourself, and you're probably down to about $280 plus shipping. If you can build a cabinet, you just need a sheet of MDF for $20 and $15 to finish it with paint/vinyl laminate, etc. Maybe $200- $210 plus $30 for shipping (less weight without the cabinet).

    I've built 3 subs for people now that use an 8" woofer and a 70 watt amp. Ported mind you, but it would do wonders in a small room. Very efficient woofer so you don't need more than 70 watts unless you want serious party volumes (but this is a secondary bedroom system right?). These cost me about $100 to build. They'll outperform your basic entry level $300-$400 10" woofers no problem at all. 5 years back I had an old PDR-12 from Paradigm. I think it cost me $450 or something. The little 8" woofer sounds much more musical. (but won't play as loud). You just need to build a box, or buy a pre-made cabinet.
    Subs are easy. You'll find the cabinets are always the single most expensive part of speakers (unless you're using $200 drivers, but very few do). You save a ton if you can build your own cabinets (or know someone who can).
  • 02-24-2006, 06:18 PM
    PAT.P
    L.J. Im past the radar limit,and if she ever finds the stuff in hidding in laundry room Im history.The power amp will probably send me to the dog house.Guess I should do laundry for a few months so she does'nt snoop.Just last week somebody at one of the church I take care ,gave me 2 Heathkit tube amp and tube FM tuner.These were free so no problem,not that big and sound great.
  • 02-24-2006, 06:51 PM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by kexodusc
    Well, LJ, there's several other woofers out there, some 10, some 12" that are cheaper than the Titanic woofers. I'd recommend the 240 watt plate amp and one of those....I'd have too look. Throw in another $100 for the cabinet if you can't build it yourself, and you're probably down to about $280 plus shipping. If you can build a cabinet, you just need a sheet of MDF for $20 and $15 to finish it with paint/vinyl laminate, etc. Maybe $200- $210 plus $30 for shipping (less weight without the cabinet).

    I've built 3 subs for people now that use an 8" woofer and a 70 watt amp. Ported mind you, but it would do wonders in a small room. Very efficient woofer so you don't need more than 70 watts unless you want serious party volumes (but this is a secondary bedroom system right?). These cost me about $100 to build. They'll outperform your basic entry level $300-$400 10" woofers no problem at all. 5 years back I had an old PDR-12 from Paradigm. I think it cost me $450 or something. The little 8" woofer sounds much more musical. (but won't play as loud). You just need to build a box, or buy a pre-made cabinet.
    Subs are easy. You'll find the cabinets are always the single most expensive part of speakers (unless you're using $200 drivers, but very few do). You save a ton if you can build your own cabinets (or know someone who can).


    Thanks Kex and the rest of you guys!!! I will most likely go the PE route, unless something pops up on ebay that catches my eye.
  • 02-24-2006, 06:57 PM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    L.J. Im past the radar limit,and if she ever finds the stuff in hidding in laundry room Im history.The power amp will probably send me to the dog house.Guess I should do laundry for a few months so she does'nt snoop.Just last week somebody at one of the church I take care ,gave me 2 Heathkit tube amp and tube FM tuner.These were free so no problem,not that big and sound great.

    I was just nicely asked not to make our bedroom look like a HT and somehow I managed to do the exact opposite. Perhaps I can throw some more pictures and fake plants in there to blend things up :D
  • 02-24-2006, 07:26 PM
    PAT.P
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    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    I was just nicely asked not to make our bedroom look like a HT and somehow I managed to do the exact opposite. Perhaps I can throw some more pictures and fake plants in there to blend things up :D

    My bedroom is off limit for HT,you should buy those rock speaker.Maybe if you put some mirror on ceiling she'll forgive you :D What about this one,think she would notice?
  • 02-24-2006, 07:58 PM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    My bedroom is off limit for HT,you should buy those rock speaker.Maybe if you put some mirror on ceiling she'll forgive you :D What about this one,think she would notice?

    LOL...Oh that's too funny. Perhaps with some nice plants she wont notice :D
  • 02-24-2006, 08:18 PM
    PAT.P
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    Originally Posted by L.J.
    LOL...Oh that's too funny. Perhaps with some nice plants she wont notice :D

    Here are the Plant Speaker by Sonance :D
  • 02-25-2006, 06:02 AM
    GMichael
    Someone should make a 5.1 pet rock speaker system. "Oh honey, they have to be kept away from each other or they'll fight." Good luck. The plant speakers look nice Pat.P.
  • 02-25-2006, 07:02 AM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    Here are the Plant Speaker by Sonance :D

    Nice. I already have some of those for the yard. They sound pretty good too. Well everything sounds good to me anyways.


    GM, pet rock collection in 5.1 positioning. Haha, lol. That would raise a few eyebrows.
  • 03-01-2006, 06:27 AM
    L.J.
    Well I ended up going with the 10" Titanic kit at PE. Thanks Kex and the rest of you guys for the advice. The free shipping offer popped up, so I said what the hell and jumped on it. I know I could've saved some $$ going with seperate pieces, but I started thinking about the hassle of it all and decided to pay a little extra simply for the convenience. $358 is a nice price, and I trust you guys advice that this is gonna be an excellent sub.

    So now I have a bunch of boxes on the way to the house that wifee doesn't know about. My surrounds should be here any day also. This should be fun......especially when I pull the I saved us some money by going with Audiogon and a sub kit(hey..women pull that all the time....Oh, I got these $300 worth of cloths, but honey, it was all on sale).

    Is it possible that I'm turning to Pat P :eek: . What's next? Am I gonna start hiding amps and Verita's throughout the house? Maybe hook em up when no ones home and hope no one notices. :D
  • 03-01-2006, 06:58 AM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by GMichael
    Let us know 2 things:

    A: If you have any trouble putting it together.
    2: How it sounds when you're done.
    C: How your wife reacts.

    Hmm......what's wrong with this picture? GM, did you skip your coffee this morning :D
  • 03-01-2006, 06:59 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Well I ended up going with the 10" Titanic kit at PE. Thanks Kex and the rest of you guys for the advice. The free shipping offer popped up, so I said what the hell and jumped on it. I know I could've saved some $$ going with seperate pieces, but I started thinking about the hassle of it all and decided to pay a little extra simply for the convenience. $358 is a nice price, and I trust you guys advice that this is gonna be an excellent sub.

    So now I have a bunch of boxes on the way to the house that wifee doesn't know about. My surrounds should be here any day also. This should be fun......especially when I pull the I saved us some money by going with Audiogon and a sub kit(hey..women pull that all the time....Oh, I got these $300 worth of cloths, but honey, it was all on sale).

    Is it possible that I'm turning to Pat P :eek: . What's next? Am I gonna start hiding amps and Verita's throughout the house? Maybe hook em up when no ones home and hope no one notices. :D

    Let us know 2 things:

    A: If you have any trouble putting it together.
    2: How it sounds when you're done.
    C: How your wife reacts.
  • 03-01-2006, 07:52 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Hmm......what's wrong with this picture? GM, did you skip your coffee this morning :D

    Two: A, 2, C..

    What's wrong with that? Don't you know your AB3's?
  • 03-01-2006, 11:12 AM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Is it possible that I'm turning to Pat P :eek: . What's next? Am I gonna start hiding amps and Verita's throughout the house? Maybe hook em up when no ones home and hope no one notices. :D

    I only have 1 power amp,2 channel (300 watts at 4ohms) and 2 center channel in hidding :D
  • 03-01-2006, 11:22 AM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by GMichael
    Let us know 2 things:

    A: If you have any trouble putting it together.
    2: How it sounds when you're done.
    C: How your wife reacts.

    You know how is wife going to react ,he better vulunteer as we speak to do dishes ,laundry ,is manly duty for the next few months :D Got to admit he as guts,I would never bring sub in bedroom.Try to follow the beat while you doing itttttttttttt.Are you able to go down to 20 hz movement? :D
  • 03-01-2006, 11:28 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    You know how is wife going to react ,he better vulunteer as we speak to do dishes ,laundry ,is manly duty for the next few months :D Got to admit he as guts,I would never bring sub in bedroom.Try to follow the beat while you doing itttttttttttt.Are you able to go down to 20 hz movement? :D

    Nuthin' wrong with a little extra thumpin'.
  • 03-01-2006, 11:34 AM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by GMichael
    Nuthin' wrong with a little extra thumpin'.

    It surely going to leave a bruise :D
  • 03-01-2006, 03:59 PM
    L.J.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    You know how is wife going to react ,he better vulunteer as we speak to do dishes ,laundry ,is manly duty for the next few months :D Got to admit he as guts,I would never bring sub in bedroom.Try to follow the beat while you doing itttttttttttt.Are you able to go down to 20 hz movement? :D

    Actually, I do a little bit of housework already. Not much, just enough to keep the little lady happy. The little bit of effort toward housework goes a long way.

    20hz!! Please!! I can go way lower than that ;)
  • 03-01-2006, 08:59 PM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Actually, I do a little bit of housework already. Not much, just enough to keep the little lady happy. The little bit of effort toward housework goes a long way.

    20hz!! Please!! I can go way lower than that ;)

    Dont do much housework I do this for a living taking care of 2 church.When the wife complain in cleaning 2,000sq ft in a week I tell her to try cleaning 20,000sq ft each day . :D
  • 03-02-2006, 06:21 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    Dont do much housework I do this for a living taking care of 2 church.When the wife complain in cleaning 2,000sq ft in a week I tell her to try cleaning 20,000sq ft each day . :D

    Wife does the cleaning, I do the cooking and take care of anything outside.
    I buy the stereo, she listens to it.
    I hook up the HT, we watch chick flicks.
    I run free on Saturdays while she goes to work. (heh heh heh.....)
  • 03-02-2006, 06:52 AM
    L.J.
    Ok so here's the scoop. Instead of being a jerk and have 3 boxes show up at the door, starting today, I broke the news to wifee. I was like, hey can you keep an eye out, I got some boxes comig to the house. And she was like, let me guess speakers right?

    Then she said: I hope you got those C-1's you were looking at. I agree that the surrounds should timbre match to give us that seamless transition from front to rear. Oh, you only got the 10" kit? Well why'd you do that? You should have got the 12" kit. Well hurry up and get it all calibrated, once it gets here. I can't wait to here the difference between this system and our main one up front. Well, since you've been working so hard on this, why don't you take a break. Here's a beer in your favorite chilled mug. Well the kids are sleep and we have some spare time, why dont we..............(LJ wakes up)

    Ok so I was day dreaming. Where was I. Oh yeah, she was like, let me guess speakers right? Then she kinda gave me a look and that was the end of that. So I guess it went better than I thought it would.
  • 03-02-2006, 07:26 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Ok so here's the scoop. Instead of being a jerk and have 3 boxes show up at the door, starting today, I broke the news to wifee. I was like, hey can you keep an eye out, I got some boxes comig to the house. And she was like, let me guess speakers right?

    Then she said: I hope you got those C-1's you were looking at. I agree that the surrounds should timbre match to give us that seamless transition from front to rear. Oh, you only got the 10" kit? Well why'd you do that? You should have got the 12" kit. Well hurry up and get it all calibrated, once it gets here. I can't wait to here the difference between this system and our main one up front. Well, since you've been working so hard on this, why don't you take a break. Here's a beer in your favorite chilled mug. Well the kids are sleep and we have some spare time, why dont we..............(LJ wakes up)

    Ok so I was day dreaming. Where was I. Oh yeah, she was like, let me guess speakers right? Then she kinda gave me a look and that was the end of that. So I guess it went better than I thought it would.

    Oh my G.d dude! How could you do that to me? My heart was thumping and I had this warm feeling all over. Then you dropped my heart like a brick, and I felt icy cold.

    OH IT HURTS SO BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 03-02-2006, 11:35 AM
    PAT.P
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by L.J.
    Ok so I was day dreaming. Where was I. Oh yeah, she was like, let me guess speakers right? Then she kinda gave me a look and that was the end of that. So I guess it went better than I thought it would.

    The" LOOK "is not a good thing!You really think it went better than you thought? Your toast ,its been nice knowing you :D Sleep with one eye open ,make sure you have house key when you go out.Make an escape plan,if you see a shadow with knife when your in the shower .If a registered letter comes to the door with lawyer label on top ,dont even sign for it :D
  • 03-02-2006, 11:41 AM
    GMichael
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by PAT.P
    The" LOOK "is not a good thing!You really think it went better than you thought? Your toast ,its been nice knowing you :D Sleep with one eye open ,make sure you have house key when you go out.Make an escape plan,if you see a shadow with knife when your in the shower .If a registered letter comes to the door with lawyer label on top ,dont even sign for it :D

    Oh it won't be THAT bad. But don't count on it being done LJ. You will have to pay something, somehow or somewhere. She may come home one day with a boat-load of worthless crap. If you ask her what's up, you'll get another look, and then a remember when speech. Or she'll start bugging you for a new diamond or other jewlery. Oh yeah, it's not over yet. Not by a long shot.

    Serves you right for getting my hopes up like that. My heart still hurts.