I’ve never written to you before, but I really need your
advice on what could be a crucial decision.
I’ve suspected for some time now that my wife has been
cheating on me. The usual signs…phone rings, but if I
answer, the caller hangs up. My wife has been going out
with the girls a lot recently, although when I ask their
names she always says, “Just some friends from work, you
don’t know them.”
I sometimes stay awake to look out for her cab coming home,
but she always comes walking up the drive as I hear the
sound of a car leaving, around the corner, as if she has
gotten out and walked the rest of the way. Why? Maybe she
wasn’t in a taxi at all?
I once picked up her cell phone, just to see what time it
was. This caused her to go completely berserk. She quickly
snatched the phone out of my hand and cursed me hysteri-
cally, screaming that I should never touch her personal
property, then accused me of trying to spy on her.
Anyway, I have never broached the subject with my wife. I
think deep down I just didn’t want to know the truth, but
last night she went out again and I decided to really check
on her. I decided I was going to park my Harley Davidson
Low rider next to the garage and then hide behind it so I
could get a good view of the street around the corner when
she came home. It was at that moment, crouching behind my
motorcycle that I noticed a small amount of motor oil
leaking through the gasket between the rear head and rocker
So… is this something I can easily repair myself or do you
think I should take it back to the dealer?
“Later this month, Google will be testing its new self-driving minivans.
“In Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show is going on. It displays new
Panicking when her toddler swallowing a tiny magnet; my
sister, Betty, rushed him to the emergency room.
“He’ll be fine,” the doctor promised her. “The magnet should
pass through his system in a day or two.”
“How will I be sure?” she pressed.
“Well,” the doctor suggested, “you could stick him on the
refrigerator. When he falls off, you’ll know.” 😳😱😎
“Do you promise to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?” “And then some.”
In this scene 1920’s vaudeville star Velma Kelly (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is being sworn in by a court bailiff in the murder trial of Roxie Hart (Renée Zellweger), a wannabe vaudeville star who has killed her lover after finding out he has lied to her and was never going to make her famous. The court bailiff asks line one and Velma replies with line two. Hart is represented by hotshot defense lawyer Billy Flynn (Richard Gere), who compares the Chicago brand of justice in the 1920s to entertainment (one of the movie’s taglines is “With the right song and dance, you can get away with murder”). In another telling scene Flynn says, “Would you please tell the audience… er … the jury what happened?”
“Is that what I’m supposed to tell your mother when she gets another folded American flag?” “You can tell her that when you found me, I was with the only brothers I had left. And that there was no way I was deserting them. I think she’d understand that.”
1) spoiled Neanderthal child & courageous cougar
2) child of a sorceress & liquid in a trench
3) milk and cheese & fops who are imaginary beings with magical powers
4) fondle feathers & Amsterdam