Cash Concerns

Cash Concerns

A Chapter by Dave Brown
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Always short of money

I had to scratch my bald head

I needed some ready cash

To keep myself well fed

 

I’d sold all my children

And my Dog got a good buck

And from my neighbor’s yard

I’d sold his new, black, over-sized, 4x4, Dodge pick-up truck

 

But my gut was still growling

What was happening with my life?

I realized for me to get more moolah

I’d have to sell my sweet wife

 

With an ad in Craigslist

I got an instant call

By unloading her and her possessions

I raked in a humongous haul

 

I filled the house with groceries

I stockpiled every shelf

But then with a shock, I realized

I’d have to cook for myself

 

So, I ran another Craigslist ad

This time advertising “Wonderful Me”

But, no one wanted a useless, hungry, over the hill husband

Even after being advertised as free

 

 

 

 

 



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Who wants a doormat for a wife? You do. A funny, entertaining write. The he here could always learn to cook, but I appreciate that could be a bit mind blowing :)

Chris

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

Best keep your eye on those personal ads especially if 'he' knows how to cook
Of course I'm j.. read more
Entertaining.
Women have always been easier to sell than men--or, so they tell me.


Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

I'm thinking now that it might help me lose weight??
Lol! And so in the end he remains hungry... :)

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

sad....but true,,,,poor darn guy..........

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