Monday, December 31, 2007

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Tips for having a healthy, marital game of "20 Questions."

1. The "lead step in a Waltz" is not an "easy to medium"-level-of-difficulty object.

2. If you have chosen abovementioned object and your husband spouse asks you if it is an abstract idea rather than a concrete one, the answer is "Yes," rather than "it is definitely concrete."

3. The half-used stick of lip gloss with a scratch mark on it at the bottom of your purse is not a "reasonable" object.

4. If your husband spouse guesses "lip gloss" when trying to determine the abovementioned object, the correct response is, "good job," not "nope, try again."

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