You Know That There's No Such Thing As . . .
Okay. I know this is not new.
But I need to get it out of my system. It burns and burns worse than when I used to go on binges in Mexican restaurants. And friends, I love that food, but the heartburn finally won.
My headline is something you and I have heard more than once over the course of our lives. We might be talking to a group of friends sharing what we seen or heard on a television news program or read in a local newspaper and we feel confident that what we are telling is true.
But as soon as the last word of our topic leaves our lips, some know-it-all jumps in and says . . .
You Know That There's No Such Thing as . . .
I am not.
Playing the role of a know-it-all, but I am going to share some things that you and I know do not exist no matter who is telling about them.
- A jolly fat person. Tease one and see.
- Camping in the wilderness without a tent, food, or other needful things.
- A happy-go-lucky werewolf.
- Staring down a highly-trained guard dog.
- Making instant friends with a Northwestern grizzly.
- A cordial store employee who just learned that he or she is going to be laid off in two days.
- A happy traffic cop.
- A happy State Trooper having to listen to and see your foolish antics.
- Fire ants that do not retaliate when you step on their hill.
- A sincerely-happy single girl who never gets asked out.
And here is more.
- A monk who has been left all alone in the monastery while his brothers visit a nearby town.
- A good hearted convict who has just escaped Death
- A peeping tom who has a sensible excuse for his inappropriate actions.
- A rush hour crowd on any sidewalk in New York City.
- A rattlesnake that you can charm in five easy minutes.
- A sleazy whore monger who can be trusted.
- A respectful telemarketer.
- A reformed, hard core narcissist.
- An open-minded left wing political group.
- A sensitive radical-minded political group.
You are learning things, right?
- A truthful C.I.A. employee.
- An ISIS member who has a sudden "change" of heart and now loves little puppies and babies.
- An understanding office or factory worker who has put in 16 years "paying dues," and is constantly overlooked for a promotion.
- A happy marital partner who has been humiliated by his or her partner in public.
- A person who is really happy at being so afraid of confrontations, they agree with anything.
- A jubilant free lance writer who's works are most always rejected.
- A "happy" volunteer in the Marine Corps' boot camp at Paris, Island, S.C.
- A overjoyed teacher or college professor having to endure slackers every day of their careers.
- A Christmas season Santa collecting donations outside a busy store, but not having that much success.
- A sensitive wife who really hates her husbands corny jokes he tells to friends over and over again.
Lecture is almost over.
- A convict sitting down in the electric chair.
- A happy workaholic on a week's vacation.
- A new priest assigned to the roughest section of the state.
- People who are so gullible as to fall for those emails that begin with . . ."Good day, dear brother. I am "Prince Nameless or Something" of the prosperous nation of "Suckerville," but I am being held captive by revolutionary guards who want you to send them $500.00 to free me. To show you my gratitude, I will personally guarantee you a total of $45,000,000,00. in tax-free cash from my huge fortune for saving my life. Kindly send the $500.00 to this address.
- Couples who are voted off of Dancing With The Stars.
- Every couple who comes in after the winning couple on Amazing Race.
- An understudy who never gets a chance to show their acting talents because the star they are standing-in for is one of those special people who never gets sick.
- A biting dog who learns that the postman on his sidewalk carries pepper spray.
- A new stand-up comic who's material makes audiences cry.
- My fans who know that this one is the end of this hub.
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