What ever happened to the time honored tradition of breaking new years resolutions 2 days after you make 'em? My wife spent a bundle on tubs and shelves and dry erase boards to keep the household humming. Humming? I'm howling! I love my wife, but, c'mon! I was happy the way things were. You seem like the kind to embrace the 'can't teach an old dog new tricks' philosophy. Help!
Dear Loved His Wife But One,
I KNOW you did not just call Helen an old dog, did you?
|"Uh-oh, got to skeedaddle." |
You can run but you can't hide, bucko. You think Helen can't follow the trail of mowed grass and flop sweat?
As for helping you with your domestic situation?
|I can't believe he bought that - I mean a WOMAN in 1957 with a DREAM?|
The only thing domestic that Helen has any interest in is the occasional glass of wine.
|Helen doesn't even believe in domesticating her men. Howdy, partner, got me a 97 cent bowtie and a fancy shirt to show no woman can tame me. She can DRESS me but she can't tame me.|
|BTW out on a limb is the only place Helen would allow you to eat this stuff.. I don't care how E-Z they make the can, we are not having this in our house.|
Trying new things is what keeps us young!
|F: I'm trying this new trend in Cabana wear! |
E: I'm trying wearing my pants backwards so my wife will tell me I look stupid and an I can put on something that doesn't make me look like a 4 year old in a romper set.
Besides, haven't you ever heard the motto - Happy wife, happy life?
So be a good boy and who knows, instead of feeling like an old dog, it just might give you a new leash on life. (I HAD to say it. I know you were all thinking it). Have a great week, y'all!
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