Comedian Rex Havens, author of “Everything I Needed To Know I Learned From My Wife”, wonders if it’s a universal law that the room temperature at Grandma’s house be kept at the same number as Grandma’s age?
It just seems to get hotter at her house every year. It’s gotten to the point where they don’t even need to use the oven to cook the Thanksgiving turkey anymore. They just set the bird on the counter and wait for the button to pop.
Rex has started a new show with his wife recently, called “Bidding You A Fond ‘I Do’”. It’s all about the funny lessons they have learned from their 30-plus years together.
For example, they discuss many of the voicemail that his bride has left him over the years. One such message came after Rex finished off a box of her Milk Duds while she was gone for the day.She said, “I can’t believe you! You ate the rest of my Milk Duds and then you put the box on the counter to TAUNT ME? To say, ‘Look I ate your Milk Duds!’ I can’t believe You! Bye.”
The moral of the story is to never EVER get in between your bride and her chocolate.
Rex also discusses today’s car names. The key to car shopping is to get a car that coincides with your mood:
If you’re daring, get a Venture or an Intrepid.
If you’re a gentleman, get a Galant.
If you’re going overseas, get a Passport.
If you can’t concentrate, get a Focus.
If you have a large protruding naval, get an Audi.
If you like to stay in shape, get a Fit.
If you prefer to let it slide, get an Avalanche.
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