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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

DEC 26, 2017 - 8:14 AM ET - UNWANTED VISITORS

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"Unwanted visitors to our house are always a burden upon us."

Forrest Caricofe

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WHAT'S ON MY MIND TODAY

**One of my quotes for today: *Visitors to your house who have overstayed their 

welcome are like dead fish. They begin to smell after 2 days. 

How do we contend with unwanted visitors?

1.   Do we be rude and tell them to git the hell out? No, I was raised better than 

to say that. 

2.   Do we say we've run out of food? No, they could check our 2 refrigerators, 2

mini-fridges and the freezer and could tell we have plenty of food. 

3.   Do we say that we're coming down with a cold or the flu? That might work 

unless they stay long enough to know that what we said isn't true. 

4.   I believe we need to lie to get rid of them. We can say that our house has 

become infested with bed bugs, but maybe they are accustomed to bed bugs.

5.   We could turn the thermostat down to 25 degrees. But that would make us 

cold too, so I rule that out.

6.   We could tell the there are snakes in the house, but they may also like 

snakes.

7.   We could turn off the hot water. I've taken plenty of cold showers in the 

military, but rest of the family wouldn't like it so I'll have to rule that out.

8.   We could put them out for Waste Management to pick up. No, I'm just 

kidding, of course. 

9.   There are 2 motels in the area, we could book us a room to get away from our

visitors, but that would be like giving them the house and they might stay 

forever. No, that certainly wouldn't work. 

10.  After offering 9 solutions, I finally thought of a way to get rid of these dead

fish, our visitors. We would tell them we're going to visit someone, after carrying

our bags with nothing in them, and that we needed to lock up the house after 

turning on the alarm system. We would depart just after them so that they knew

we were leaving and go on a Sunday drive, not caring whether it's Sunday or not,

returning maybe an hour later to be sure they were gone. Park the Honda behind

the garage in case they decided to check back, go on to the back porch, unlock 

the back door and turn off the alarm system. Close all the blinds and now 

finally free from our dead fish visitors.   





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