|Some music is both a |
comedy and a tragedy
Also, I don't mean the kind of "comedian" who might live at your house who says crap like "I'd rather be fresh than stale."
I'm talking about real comedians (maybe we'll discuss music tomorrow. I'll let you know).
Anyway, I LOVE good comedy. L-O-V-E. Watching a good stand-up comedy special is one of the few things my husband I can do together where I know things are not going to deteriorate into a conversation that ends with "Well, if you think that, then you're stupid." "No, you are."
|If laundry makes him happy,|
who am I to take it away?
Yes, I did gloss over the fact that my husband is the one doing the laundry. It's out now. He has a full-time job and I am at home and he does all the laundry. He insists he does it because I do it wrong. I do not. I am the one who showed him. But if you think for one minute I am going to fight him for it...can't give you a bigger "as if."
Stop with the raised eyebrows and look of pity for my husband who's doing the laundry every night after work. I know you are thinking that I am ungrateful to complain about when he does the laundry, but, as I would say to him, "If you think that, then you're stupid." (reminder: you're line is "No, you are.")
You are perhaps starting to see why we try to watch a lot of comedy? He's difficult. You can see that, right?