|"AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HUMOR"TM
2005 Contest Results
By Diana Estill, Murphy, TX
Finalist, August/September 2005
In case youíve noticed your man (or someone elseís) behaving strangely these past few weeks, let me explain whatís happening. Itís again outdoor grilling time. My advice to any woman witnessing this phenomenon is to simply relax and let the guy have his way. Otherwise youíll end up back in the kitchen.
I know. Youíre going to complain that the meat is undercooked, smells like Lea & Perrins (which, I might add, contains anchovies) and tastes like scorched underbrush. And when you attempt to check on the broiling progress, you canít find the cooker for all the smoke and flames.
Well, all I can offer is that Iíve learned to eat around the edges of my hamburger and Iíve taped the fire departmentís phone number to my
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