My life in pictures, stories and open letters.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

She Said, He Said.

She Said....

Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl “will you marry me?”

The girl said, “NO!”

And the girl lived happily ever after.

She went shopping, dancing, lunching, drank martinis whenever she wanted, always had a clean house, only cooked if she felt like it, had many boyfriends and sex whenever she pleased, never got fat, traveled more, saved more money, had all the hot water to herself, watched chick flicks whenever she wanted, never wore lacy lingerie that went up her arse, rarely had a reason to cry or yell, felt and looked fabulous in sweat pants, farted whenever she wanted, and had high self-esteem.

The End

He said....

One day, long, long ago, there lived a woman who did not whine, nag or bitch.

But it was a long time ago, and it was just that one day.

The End

I'm going to apologize to my gender and tell you all that HIS fairytale made me laugh out loud!!! 
HER'S just made me jealous.  lol


Lilly said...

That was so funny. True and funny.

Ronda's Rants said...

My poor Hubby can relate...I am sure!

Betty said...

hahah LOL! Where do you come up with this stuff?! I won´t show this to my hubby or else he´d agree....

jill jill bo bill said...

HA!!! That was so funny and sad at the same time...

Alpacamountain said...

I'm with you, I want to be the girl who said no..hahha
Imagine how loney she is though...right? Tell me she's lonely damnit.

Your hubby and my hubby must be related!

wy-not said...

Oh. Geez. Is that how my life might have gone? Damn. I knew I should have turned left at Cleveland...

Anonymous said...

Oh, I loved the first one. The only problem with that happy ending is that it would be ruined by a life filled with "Gee. If only I'd done things differently". From birth to death, it's that " - " in the middle that keeps us always wondering and second guessing ourselves.