Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Valentine’s Day Conspiracy Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Valentine’s Day Conspiracy Edition By Jeremy S. - February 16, 2022 56 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ A bit late on this one, I know. I took my date to the nicest restaurant I can afford, and it turned out she had never even been to a Cracker Barrel, so we’ve had a wild couple of days. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Die Hard Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Kitty Flap Edition There’s Plenty of Time to Make Sure You’re Not on Santa’s Naughty List 56 COMMENTS I was in Georgia in December. Cracker barrels serves biscuits and gravy. Very few places do here in CA. So, I approve of cracker barrel. Reply I ate at a Cracker Barrel once. I thought I was in my mom’s kitchen except it wasn’t as good. Reply Don’t forget the cheesy home fries ! Reply What she doesn’t know won’t hurt her. More important is what’s her favorite handgun; a 1911 or a Browning Hi Power? She does own guns, right Jeremy? Reply I think Jeremy got a divorce. Reply Yeah, I know. I was referring to the possibility the newly acquired princess may not have realized cracker barrel is considered… low brow in some circles. Still wanna know the other thing though. Reply Took my girl to Red Lobster. $10 lunch is fantastic! And I’m buying her a gat… Reply B-I-G- S-P-E-N-D-E-R…… HOPE SHE SHOOTS YOUR CHEAP ASS WITH THAT NEW GAT!!! Reply “HOPE SHE SHOOTS YOUR CHEAP ASS WITH THAT NEW GAT!!!” All caps Tex, is that you? 🙂 Anyways – The good women appreciate money being spent wisely… Reply Which firearm did she decide on? My spouse loves her old Detective Special with a Fernie Escarsega trigger job, Pachmeyr grips, El Paso Saddlery #88 holster. Beware the old(er) woman who has carried a revolver for years…she probably knows how to use it. Reply One of my great regrets in guns. I let a Dick’s special, unshrouded ejector, go. Really liked that gun. TTAG needs to do a post on the guns we’ve lost and regretted over the years. Reply Trooper Mark 3 $120 to a friend An original Blued Python with a 6 inch barrel. One of the best revolvers I’ve ever carried. Traded for a rifle when I quit working security and thought I would no longer need a sidearm. Was still new to civilian life back then. a des plaines motorcycle policeman i worked with gifted me an unshrouded colt detective. gave it to my ex after she showed me her new bersa. (spent new years on the clock with her, still close friends). she once suffered a sexual assault when her mom didn’t mention moving their previous gat from the traditional location. regrets all around in regards to that. Dead Lobster? Was there a brawl? Reply WOW! Reply HUH?! Reply YEAH! Reply COOL! Well, it worked. $150 on Valentine’s day date, zero dollars on guns and ammo. Drove past the big local gun place without stopping four times in one day. 🙁 But it did pay off in other ways. 🙂 Reply you normally go there 28times a week? Reply Ha! No, driving out to it once a month on a payday is the norm. That’s why passing it up 4x in one day was noteworthy. Reply Hope you had a happy VD, Jeremy…. Especially if your date had never been to Cracker Barrel. How about say, Sonic? 😉 Reply you’re iowan… kum and go. Reply My wife likes Cracker Barrel, but I ordered Pizza for Valentines to go with the jewelry she picked out. Be smart guys have her tell you what she wants and then get it for her, the store I bought her stuff from had a package deal that came with a dozen roses and chocolates so I covered those bases as well. Reply Oh, and all of the above cost less than the current price of a case of 5.56. Reply c’mon, okocim (5.56% abv) is under $30). Reply “I took my date to the nicest restaurant I can afford, and it turned out she had never even been to a Cracker Barrel…” Unless it was something akin to a blind date, two thoughts: —You better become a better student of women. Why do guys do more research into hunting dogs or pet rifles than women? Don’t get me wrong, I know the answers to that, and I am asking myself too. —Plan on more trips to those expensive places. You’ve set a precedent, and unless she’s a rare one, she’ll expect it and she knows you can afford it, and she’ll secretly (or vociferously) set that as the standard. If she says otherwise, she’s lying. Now, you can counteract some of that, by contemplating my first point and becoming really great company, in which case the venue will become less important over time. But, you’ve bitten off a real packet, fella. Reply I’m pretty sure there’s no such thing as happy VD. Unless you like penicillin.;) Reply A woman in Dollar General ask me what I got my gal, I said she got me, that aughta be good enough. my girlfiend ask if I could do two things for her, one was clean her gunm and by the time I got over there neither one of us could remember what the other was. That steel cased ammo from some east block nation that no longer needs them is pretty dirty, we only shot 50 rounds and it took quite a bit of scrubbing and hoppes #9 before the swabs were white . So what she’s a better shot then me at 25 yards,/ some times you win by losing. Reply Hoppes solvent, aka Love Potion #9. Reply “steel cased ammo from some east block nation that no longer needs them“ Yeah, love that Choctaw Bingo, when I heard that lyric I told James it sounded like he had been partying with all my friends. Reply Sometimes I celebrate on the weekend if it falls on a weekday because it’s just easier. So one year, I had already done the nice restaurant thing, and it’s now officially Valentine’s Day, so my girl suggested we just go to Hooters. We were about the only ones there, and probably the only couple. After the waitress had taken our order, she came back and said, I just have to ask. Why did you bring her here on Valentine’s Day? I assume she had been discussing it with the other waitresses. Reply So, your girlfriend is into Hooters… that’s, like, you know, awesome, Dude! Reply So you went to an Owl sanctuary, that’s cool, my girlfiend likes owls, maybe I can get her to go to see the hooters with me too. Reply I imagine I prob resemble an owl in a couple of ways when visiting a Hooters. Reply Dale sounds crazy like Alex Jones. Also like Jones, Dale is often completely correct in his rantings. Reply No, no, no…you guys got it wrong. My wife made me a great big loaded BLT for Valentines. Am I doing it right?!! Reply Depends on what she loaded it with. Reply Yeah, ain’t a BLT already loaded, sorta by its very nature? Reply My wife has roses pretty much year round. I planted several rose bushes around the house and they bloom nearly year round. 1 of the nice things about living down here on the south coast. I did bring home a box of her preferred chocolates and cooked dinner. Why go out when I am a retired chef and can make anything any restaurant within 100 miles of here can serve? My ladies favorite handgun is her Walther P-38. And she also has her own long guns as well. pretty decent shot with any of her firearms. Would not want to have her pissed at me. Reply I’m jealous buddy. Three feet of snow in my yard right now. Had my fill of snow. Reply I’d rather swet then shiver. . And I never have figured out why does the vehicle’s always break down on the coldest of days? It’s like they wait all year until the ice is blowing and the wind is howling. Reply I once made the mistake of stating, “My distrust and hatred of vehicles in motion is partly based on my plerophony that their apparent submission to control is illusory and that they may at their pleasure, and sooner or later will, act on whim.” Being in an auto accident and then being chased across a pasture by a bull, and then seeing it in print…pfui. Your exactly right; I can’t remember ever fixing anything in just a t-shirt. Along with, you know, pants n stuff of course. Even our rides only seem to ever break down in the dark n cold or in the damn rain. Don’t come to Florida. We’re full. Besides it was 19 at my house a few days ago. Never got out of the 30s all day. Of course, that only lasted for a day then it started warming up. Reply I have a farm in middle Tennessee that I love too much, all I’ll ever need for turkey, deer, bass and bream, and even the quail are coming back. I’ve put a ton of sweat and money into it to build my dream and have managed the wildlife to the point there’s more of everything than there was when I moved out there 10 years ago (and it was loaded with wildlife then). Planted 100 trees, food plots, put in a well, solar, built barns and outbuildings, horses, fowl, 8 dogs, the works. Only myself, son-in-law and the rare friend ever hunt it, and I’ve taken trophies with bow, muzzle, .44 mag, and Browning. My wall is full. Couple of turkeys every year, could take triple that if I wanted (and it was legal, of course). It’s truly a sportsman paradise, no neighbors, my 300 acres surrounded by thousands of acres of woods. All I ever wanted to live out my days. And my wife is getting really pushy about moving to Florida. This place is my dream, but she has dreams, too. So I’m checking into buying something down there where she can go when it turns cold. I ain’t going for more than a week at a time. I planted oak trees for my grandson’s grandson to hunt over, I’ll likely die there. i’m gonna find someplace for the ol’ lady as well… Tried Cracker Barrel one time for lunch. Pretty disappointing. Did a soup and sandwich – soup came out of a can, and the sammich wasn’t anything to shout about. Kinda pricey, too. Would have rather gone to a Waffle House. Mmmm….*Waffle House*…. Reply Just discovered a couple days ago that I won $3k on a six-leg prop bet parlay on Fan Duel. Within minutes of that discovery I got a “notify me” alert on a new Colt Python 6″ barrel. The way I figured it, the planets aligned and who am I to disregard the Universe? I take delivery next week, and snagged me a nice Alfonso leather rig to carry it in. That’s right. Reply I hate you. And yer dog too. I hate both of you. 😉 Reply over 7300 restaurants here; cracker barrel sounds like interstate food. only 800 and some taverns, though. letterkenny “valentime’s day.” Reply CB, home of the $12 breakfast (after tax and tip). Do you know how many eggs you can buy at Wegmans for $12? Reply gross. jonny’s snack shop, special: 3eggs, five bacon, four sausage, hash browns w/ stir fry veg, toast. $3.50 Reply You want good food when you are out and about. Go find a small town downtown cafe. Usually operated by older local women. Real home cooked food. Especially down south, real southern home cooked food. Reply Wow who would havw wver thought of such a thing? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.