Monday, August 30, 2010

The Counting of the Mothers


The Counting of the Mothers

Kids, be prepared for your world to be shaken by me, and yes this is the hardest way I could have constructed this sentence. Ready for it? here it is: Girls are different than boys.
Shocking, I know, and here's why. It seems that they have the ability to turn anything and everything against you. It doesn't even has to be something YOU said. So when Noam turned to me and said that all girls are bitches, I had to agree. Not agree on the content of the sentence, but just my automatic agreement with anything she says. The look she gave my (kinda like the one in the strip) was enough for me to understand that things are not going my way. My automatic response to that was saying 'except for one!'. I don't wanna imply that my girlfriend is a bitch, right? This, with most people, should have been enough. But with girls (Girlfriends?) you have to be covered from all angles. I could see see her brain ordering the mouth to say 'What about your mother??'.'I mean two!', saved it. But for a girl, this is as good as saying 'My mum is not a bitch. But YOUR mum...'. Ah-ah, not me. I called 'Three' just in time to save myself from sleeping on the couch.

2 comments:

  1. i love this one...it looks like you are starting to get the grip of things...

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  2. LOL, the joke is easy to understand from the title alone.

    When I'm bored & the other person has a sense of humor (and is a guy) I sometimes try to extremely twist what he says to the point where I can reply "are you saying that I'm FAT??"

    It's especially amusing since I AM chubby.

    They stress out. All of them. Even the ones with a sense of humor.

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