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July 21, 2013

HEY, A MAN HAS *NEEDS*, OK?

Afghan-Indo film “A Man’s Desire for Fifth Wife” to be released soon

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

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This is true. He sounds like he has a lot of needs

Wait, 5 at one time or has he divorced 4? If it's the latter, we can put the big L on his forehead.

I guess I'm not the man he is. Sometimes I have trouble handling the one I have.

He still won't get a back rub.

"I'm a man of means by no means, KING of the road."

Rajhar Miller

Just think blog guys! One wife to tell you to take out the trash. Another one to tell you to mow the lawn. A third one to tell you to pick up your dirty socks and underwear. A fourth one to complain that you don't make enough money. A fifth one that wants to talk about your relationship! Sounds like a little slice of heaven doesn't it?

One wife to rule them all
And in the darkness bind them.

As I told my wife when she asked if I'd get remarried...
No, I've learned my lesson.

"The scenario of the movie is based on a love story where a man goes on looking for a fifth wife, though he is allowed only four."

English title will be "A Glutton For Punishment."

You can have as many wives as you want in the US as long as you have them one at a time. The first four will pretty much wipe you out. Your chances of getting another one are pretty low, unless it is someone else's on the side.

One of you smart alecks is supposed to say, "I didn't know they had moved to the side."

A guy should be able to have as many wives as he wants, as long as they're not his own.

A stand-up comic (I forget who) used to talk about his poor showing in various divorce cases. He claimed he was going to streamline the process: "Next time, I'm just going to find some woman I hate and buy her a house."

Rabbani was assassinated by the famous "turban bomb" over ten years ago, not 2011 as reported in the story. Makes one wonder what other math errors there might be.

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