Sunday, November 20, 2005

The sign outside the church down the street from us reads:

Tell the truth. Then you don't have to worry about what you said.

See, I disagree. For example, if a wife asks her husband,

"Do these jeans make my hips look big?"

and he replies,

"I can't really see your hips because of your massive hiney,"

even if he's telling the truth, I think he'll still have something to worry about.

4 comments:

Bart Phillips said...

Officially the first time I've ever seen "hiney" typed out. Another scenario would be the wife saying, "This is the worst dinner I've ever cooked." What's a husband to say at that point?

Joel Quile said...

Grant,

I'm just going to throw this out there...I like your "hiney" comment. I want to be friends with it.

Stephen Bailey said...

The odd thing about telling the truth is that it is such a rarity in our world, people usually think I'm kidding.

Steve Jr. said...

Actually, Bart, everytime I "take the Browns to the Super Bowl" in the men's bathroom at ACU's Margaret and Herman Brown Library, I see the word "hiney." The doors of the stalls are made by a company called "Hiney Hiders." Creative name. No lie.