Thinking Positive – Episode I

There are actually several advantages to living with your parents when you’re old. For one thing, you don’t have to worry about the tv wasting your time because there’s already somebody watching something that you don’t want to watch. And when you put your favorite shirt in the wash, you never see it again, which saves you the trouble of having to pick off the lint. All these and more, not to mention the health benefits from not being allowed to eat what you want.

I love the toilet paper in public bathrooms. The thin profile makes it theoretically impossible to plug the toilet, so you don’t have to use the plunger and get your hands dirty. And the quick dissolvability also saves you from having to moisturize your hands, because it accomplishes this naturally with your own excrement.

I love thinking positive.


Joshua Meyer that last comment, in the second paragraph, is terribly distcusting. Why in the world would make you put that? Better yet what in the world would posses you to even think of that? The wash one is kinda true (with your family anyway).

Well what can I say, I just can’t help but think positive in these situations. And there is just as much truth to that one as the wash one. How would you know what the wash cycle is like with my family anyway?

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