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March 18, 2012


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mrs. g.

Love MFI! Humor is all that.

JCK (Motherscribe)

I'm sorry that I haven't gotten to meet MFI yet. Now THAT is hysterical, Jenn! Your family's sense of humor will win the day! Keeping all of you close in my thoughts and prayers!

gary rith

HAHA!!!!! Good one :) In terms of humor, every time I see my doctor she is like "any trouble with ED?" her polite way of asking if me and the wife can still get it on. Her definition of ED is ENTIRELY different than yours...and so a) I have to look twice every time you write ED and b) NO I do NOT need the little blue pill..... ;)


It's hard to secretly read your blog at work when your content makes me laugh out loud! Good thing I wasn't in a meeting:) Humor always helps a stressful situation. So glad your husband was able to lighten the mood.

Busy Bee Suz

Oh, I love his sick sense of humor too!!!


snort. MFI's awesome. and SB finessed the situation beautifully.

mom taxi julie

That's hilarious! I can just imagine everyone's faces!

Cassi Renee

That is hysterical! I would have loved to have seen it :-)


Priceless! I especially like SB's way of dealing with her Dad's sense of humour. So many other teenagers would be mortified in the same situation. Goes to show the kind of close and loving relationship your family has.
Oh - and I'm glad I didn't read this post at work... I would have sprayed coffee all over my keyboard!

Karen (formerly kcinnova)

Your husband is too, too funny! That is something my dh would have said, too. The exception would be that my kids would either have totally not understood what he said OR they would be too busy laughing to explain.

Minnesota Matron

THAT is funny! Way to go, MFI!!


One word: AWESOME!!!


Love it!


Makes me wish he were coming to MN at least one week a month to be this sister-wife's husband! What a goof.

Green Girl In Wisconsin

I like the sound of that man!
But yeah, in a group of strangers, it would give them pause!


I don't know, the therapist might have been thinking about the paper she could have published on THAT subject!


Too funny.

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