Monday, May 07, 2007

A Simple Word Of Advice


If you ever hear your wife make the statement, " I was a raving bitch at work today", it might not be wise to say, " So, you finally took your show on the road."
Oh well, as I always say, live and learn. Although some lessons are more painful than others. Anyone know how to take dents out of cast iron skillets?

25 comments:

Big Pissy said...

She didn't find that amusing?

I did. ;-)

eZ said...

hahaha, thats phunny! Roll over fatty you're next!
I love the real cast iron skillets, so many uses!

LisaBinDaCity said...

Did the dent come out of your head?

*smirks*

David Amulet said...

Another questionable response is, "Oh, I didn't know you called what you do here working."

Hang in there. The wounds will heal.

-- david

anonymum said...

LMFAO......would have given anything to have been a fly on the wall for this one! i know women are meant to stick together, but all i can do is laugh.....

Bruce said...

And that's one reason why not having a SO doesn't bother me.

Sugardaddy said...

Ya gotta check to see if the smart ass filters are turned on at all times.

ozymandiaz said...

"took your show on the road..."
Friggin hilarious

p.s. there is an "f u" in the virification

Mimi said...

LMFAO! No matter how serious of a raving bitch I was, I coul dnot help but laugh if Durk said that to me. That is damn witty.

jane said...

When I saw the photo I thought, what the hell did he write about? Then, I read it & as much as I hate to admit it, it fits. Tell your wife I got her back. ;)

How to get the dent out of the skillet? Well, you could find your nearest thick-headed male *ahem* & knock it against his head.

Keshi said...

LOL now that is funny! Wud def make me laugh if I was in her situation.

Keshi.

:P fuzzbox said...

pissy: I am sure that she found it amusing somewhere deep inside her. She was damned good at hiding it though.

ez: I really need to go to soft aluminum.

lisa: My head is far too hard to dent.

david: And chicks dig scars. At least that's the lesson from 'The Replacements.'

:P fuzzbox said...

anonymum: Thanks, that helps.

bruce: Sometimes love hurts.

sugdaddy: I took my filters out for routine maintenance awhile back and my motor runs a lot cooler without them so I just left them out. I might have to rethink it.

ozy: That's cool.

:P fuzzbox said...

mimi: That's what I thought but Angry Joyce just didn't find any humor in it at all.

jane: I've been waiting a good bit too use this pic. I knew that sooner or later an eat your heart out post would come up.

keshi: You're a sweetie. :)

Catch said...

Im not sure about taking dents out of cast iron skillets! I do know that they can be a lethal weapon when need be!!!!! You just be a "good boy" and you wont have to worry about the wrath of angry Joyce! lol

Metal Mark said...

Fortunately my wife has never said that.

The Phoenix said...

You're lucky she didn't dent your ballsack.

:P fuzzbox said...

catch: Being a 'good boy' is far too boring of a venture for me.

mark: It's a good thing.

phoenix: AJ knows far better than too bite the hand that feeds her. ;)

David Amulet said...

Come back.

-- david

:P fuzzbox said...

david: See ya soon.

Rocky said...

Fuzz, this post really made my night, thanks for the laugh. Classic comeback.

michaelm said...

Wiseass.
Thank God you have a hard head.
(and a damn funny brain inside)
~m

writer chick said...

Fuzzy,
the best way to get dents out of cast iron fry pans is to buy a new one.
WC

:P fuzzbox said...

rocky: Glad ya liked it.

michael: I try to raise smartass to an artform. I was even amazed at myself on this one.

wc: I don't really want her with any new weapons.

Ol' Lady said...

it might be safer if you replace the cast iron pans...we had to...with Ol Man being folliclly challanged it was startin to leave marks...and we didn't want that :)