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don't take it out on the debtor!

This morning … even if …
  • you woke up face down on the pavement,
  • you put your bra on backwards ….. and it fits better,
  • you were going to wear the clothes you wore home from the party – but, but there aren’t any,
  • you turned on the news this morning and they were showing emergency routes out of the city,
  • your twin brother forgot your birthday,
  • you woke up and discovered your waterbed broke and then realised – but – I don’t have a waterbed,
  • on the way to work your car horn went off accidentally and remained stuck as you followed a group of Hells Angels on the freeway,
  • your wife woke up feeling amorous today but it was you, who had the headache,
  • you walked to the office today only to find that your dress was stuck in the back of your pantyhose,
  • your wife said, “Good Morning Bill” ….. but your name is George.

Never, ever take it out on the debtor.

By | 2017-07-13T08:51:43+00:00 January 16th, 2009|miscellaneous|0 Comments

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