A woman asked her husband, a programmer, "Dear, would you please go to the store and buy some bread. If they have eggs, buy a dozen."
He agreed. A few minutes later he was back, with twelve loaves of bread.
The wife was flabbergasted! "Why on Earth did you buy a dozen loaves of bread?"
He logically replied, "They had eggs."
I understood right away what woman to ask to buy her husband. It's woman thinking
Hahahahaha, that is my cup-o-tea,
I loved it, I'm still chucklin
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