Posted by: theNuetzels | September 22, 2007

Classicness

So this won’t be funny to anyone else, however, here I go.

My wife was sitting down to eat her soup this evening and I stole her glass of water.  After finishing it, I said I’d top it off for her.  After adding the water I took a sip from it.

Now my wife already has a problem with the way I take a sip.  To me, a sip means to slowly, loudly slurp all the liquid I can at a moment.  My wife has commented on this many times, however tonight she added something.  In the slang of a slack-jawed, redneck hillbilly she says…

"Just pour it in your stoopid mouth."

Classic. I love my wife, even when she talks in her Southern Indiana accent.

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Posted by: theNuetzels | September 22, 2007

Classicness

So this won’t be funny to anyone else, however, here I go.

My wife was sitting down to eat her soup this evening and I stole her glass of water.  After finishing it, I said I’d top it off for her.  After adding the water I took a sip from it.

Now my wife already has a problem with the way I take a sip.  To me, a sip means to slowly, loudly slurp all the liquid I can at a moment.  My wife has commented on this many times, however tonight she added something.  In the slang of a slack-jawed, redneck hillbilly she says…

"Just pour it in your stoopid mouth."

Classic. I love my wife, even when she talks in her Southern Indiana accent.


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