…this just in from my pal, Dave Peck… too good to miss… enjoy…
I started out innocently enough. I began to think at parties now and then to loosen up. Inevitably though, one thing led to another and soon I was more than a social thinker. I began to think when I was alone, to relax! At least, that’s what I told myself, but I knew it wasn’t true. Thinking became more and more important to me. I was starting to think all the time. I even began to think at work. I knew that thinking at work was frowned upon, but I couldn’t help myself. I began to avoid friends at lunch, so I could think even more. I would return to work dizzied and confused, asking “What is it we’re trying to do here?”
Things were not any better at home. One evening, I turned the T.V. off and asked the wife what she thought about something. She spent the night at her mother’s. Soon, I had the reputation of being a heavy thinker. One day, my boss called me into his office. he said he liked my work, but my thinking had become a problem. It was affecting my co-workers. He said I should be like very one else and stop thinking. This gave me a lot to think about. I told my wife what my boss said. She told me she wanted a divorce. She said I was thinking as much as a college professor, and everyone knows how little they get paid. She said that if I didn’t stop thinking, we would be destitute. “That is a faulty syllogism,” I thought as she began to cry.
I stopped thinking at work and my boss is much happier. The wife appreciates me more while I am at home. Life is a lot easier when you stop thinking…think about it!
…thanks for this, that man, Dave… so what d’yeez think, Lads and Lassies of Blog Land?… see yeez later… LUV YEEZ!…
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