Saturday, August 28, 2010

Verbal Confusion

OK, so we get in the car to go for lunch.  The A/C is on and it hits hubby right in the face.  Now I drove the car last, and even though he is some 9 inches taller than me, the seat height adjustment puts our faces at approximately the same level.  That means that when I have the three closest vents pointing at my poor, overheated face, he gets a face full the next time he drives.  "You have all three vents blowing on your face?"  My explanation is this:  "Well, when I've been out and I'm hot and I'm stuff."  "So is that a roundabout way of saying that you're hot stuff?"  At which I laugh so hard I could barely breathe.  

Isn't it great when you can have a good laugh at yourself?

7 comments:

  1. We have the same thing going on in reverse over here. My husband constantly has the vents going on his face and I find it so annoying.

    Next time it happens I'm going to try to tell myself it's because he's hot. We'll see if that works.

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  2. Ha! Wonderful, that really made me giggle. And yes, it's very refreshing and beneficial to have a good old laugh at oneself :D

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  3. Not to mention that your husband is a very smart man. He could have dug himself into a hole so deep he would have needed to learn Chinese.

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  4. He's smart and might I say, a cool operator!

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  5. Cardiogirl- Hi, glad to see you here. So are you going to tell yourself he's hot, or he's Hot?

    Sam Liu- Yeah, I really needed that laugh, and the one that followed later...another story.

    Tarheel Rambler- He is smart, and no need for Chinese here.

    Stafford Ray- Yes, he is! He picks up on all my verbal mishaps.

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  6. I liked this post. You are so right it IS great to a good laugh at yourself:~)

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  7. Sara- Many of my best laughs are on myself.

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