One of the great life lessons my dad taught me was “You can’t win.” He taught me this every time he had a certain type of argument with my mother. Once it was over he would explain to me that he could not win these arguments, and that I would never win them either. I haven’t thought about this in a while, but just a moment ago, my wife came into my office to yell at me because when she came upstairs to go to bed she thought I might be hiding, ready to jump out and scare her. I wasn’t. I was checking my email before going to bed. Apparently she figured this out, and came to yell at me that it would have been horrible had I been planning on scaring her. In fact, she was scared that I might be doing something to scare her, even though I wasn’t. I asked for clarification that I was being yelled at for not scaring her. “No!”, she replied.
I’m so glad my dad prepared me for this. Thanks dad! Good night!
3 thoughts on ““You can’t win.””
I only know “I love you” and “I am sorry.” I never try to win ;)
I can’t stop laughing about this! Thanks.
You are welcome! Remember, Rule # 2 is it’s all your fault!
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