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It was wonderful having Tasha back home after her sojourn to Italy. She was in the bedroom unpacking when she asked, “Did you happen to see the box of imported bitter lemon lozenges I bought before I left? I left them on my desk. They were a special birthday gift for a dear friend.”
Tasha was in the kitchen tackling the supper dishes pilled high in the sink. Though truth be told I was never one for washing dishes, witnessing this caused me to feel guilty.
Considering that it was the middle of December the mall seemed practically deserted. We walked past the food court and checked out Bargains Galore. We had agreed not to overspend for Christmas and had set modest budgets for our mutual gift giving. Continue reading
Personally, I can’t think of a worse place to meet people. People in bars are always playing games, and the chances of meeting a genuine, honest person like myself in one of those places are extremely remote. One of these days I may even “go on strike”, if you will, and stop going.
Tasha breezed into my basement studio and waved an open catalogue at me. “Do you like this blue cotton dress?” The banner across the page proclaimed everything was 50% off.
I shrugged. “It looks 40′s retro.” Continue reading
I put on the kettle and took teabags from their boxes. “I agree. And I came to the conclusion that a prosperous future isn’t determined by how wealthy one is but rather by one’s accessibility to fresh healthy food.” Continue reading
It’s a cyber jungle.
You’re sitting behind your desk
You know there are women out there
but you have to entice them with your profile
otherwise they just ignore you.
Unfortunately part of this profile is a recent photo. Continue reading
“Let me see it.” I took it off and handed it to her. Carefully she inspected it for any possible flaws but came up empty handed. Continue reading
With but three days before she left for Italy Tasha was busy writing her columns, doing her monthly astrology, and finishing up a long list of tasks and correspondence. I called her down to lunch and served us fresh tuna and vegetables. Continue reading
After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Target. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women “she loves” to browse. Yesterday, my dear wife received the following letter from the local Target. Continue reading