My brother and his wife came to our house for my son's birthday
party. We'd just finished putting down wood chips in shurb area.
She asked him, "Do you like the wood chips?"
The answer, "I don't know." What am I supposed to think, I think
was the end of the sentence. We had a good laugh.
Rick Lindsay wrote:
> Eric, this is SOOOO true. It's like when you have to go shopping
> with your wife and she says, "Do you like this?" She doesn't want
> to know your opinion. She has already formed her opinion. She
> wants you to tell her that her opinion is right. Of course, that's
> the double-edged-sword cuts you... :-)
>>"One of my favorite philosophical tenets is that people will agree
>>you only if they already agree with you. You do not change people's
>> Frank Zappa
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