Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Marriage 401, Lecture 694: Splitting hairs


SH: What time is my haircut today?

Me: I don't know.

SH: You made the appointment.

Me: Yes, and then I told you when I got home.

SH: But I didn't write it down.

Me: That's not my fault.

SH: Yes, it is. There's a concept in computer programming called [the handoff or something like that]. Your telling me does not count until I have acknowledged receipt of the information.

Me: It's your haircut. It's your problem.

2 comments:

webb said...

In our home it's, "where did you put my ___?" Didn't, don't know, don't care!

Class factotum said...

Webb, didn't you know that a uterus also doubles as a finding device?