“He’s fit and he’s manscaped—an Adonis of the DILFs, so to speak. But, sadly, my Don Juan Demarco has a trumpet for an asshole. And man, that thing loves to crank out tunes… “
I’m over at Mamalode this week with some laughs, at my hubby’s expense.
Go check it out and be sure to share it with your fart loving pals.
Do you have a know-it-all in your life? Maybe it’s your mother, your son or, like me, it’s your husband. Perhaps you are the know-it-all. If so, and you want your relationships to work, I suggest you forward this on to your loved ones.
More than just a Know-it-all – Living with someone who has know-it-all tendencies is annoying, to say the least. The unsolicited should’ves and would’ves are aggravating, frustrating and not even remotely helpful. But, as we all know, a person comes as a package and we have to appreciate the good and make the most of the bad. Luckily my know-it-all hubby is also gorgeous and kind. He is (and will be the first to say it) a fantastic cook, too. But most importantly, he has a great sense of humour, which goes a long way in our house.
The Mini Trophy – This is how I cope with his pushy words of wisdom: whenever my hubby reckons he’s an expert (and he does reckon because he’s British), Continue reading