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Eric.
04-21-2004, 09:18 AM
Jersey Girls

Three men were traveling and happened to meet at a bar in Ohio. One man was from Texas, one from Florida and one from New Jersey. They got acquainted and started talking about their problems with their wives.

The guy from Texas began by saying "I told my wife clearly that from now on she would have to do all of the cooking." Well, the first day after I told her that, I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But the third day when I came home from work, the table was set and a wonderful dinner was prepared with wine and even dessert.

Then the man from Florida spoke up, "I sat my wife down and told her that from now on she would have to do all the grocery shopping and all of the house cleaning." The first day I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But the third day, when I came home, the whole house was spotless and in the pantry, the shelves were filled with groceries.

The fellow from New Jersey was married to a woman who had grown up in New Jersey all her life. He sat up straight on the bar stool, pushed out his chest and said, "I gave my wife a stern look and told her, that from now on she would have to do the cooking, shopping and house cleaning." Well,the first day I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But by the third day, I could see a little bit out of my left eye."

SpiderMan
04-21-2004, 12:44 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Eric.:</font><hr> Jersey Girls
The guy from Texas began by saying "I told my wife clearly that from now on she would have to do all of the cooking." Well, the first day after I told her that, I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But the third day when I came home from work, the table was set and a wonderful dinner was prepared with wine and even dessert.
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Hey, I'm from Texas and I love to cook. I like a little help with the shopping, but I'll do all the cooking. And I hope she can do some first-class *******. /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif

SpiderMan

dg-in-centralpa
04-21-2004, 05:06 PM
That reminds me of the day I got married. I gave my wife my pants and told her to put them on. She said,"They don't fit." I said, "Remember that I wear the pants in this family." Then she gave me her pants and asked if I could get into them. I said "No." She said,"You won't either if you keep talking like that."

DG - survived almost 17 years with the same woman