By: Amy Wise
Okay, so I digress this week. I’m going from what I feel to be one of the most touching posts I have ever written, the poem to my parents, to a little hilarity this week. I had every intention of writing a deep story about something that happened this Christmas but then I came home to a house full of teenage girls hanging out with my hubby and the funny stories ensued. I laughed so hard at one of them that I just had to share it with all of you.
Let me start out by saying this is not a politically correct post by any means. Let me also clarify that there is no disrespect meant at all. It was a hilarious question by a 16-year-old girl with a hilarious answer by my comedian of a husband.
It went a little like this:
16 year old: Mr. Wise are you a pimp?
Really? Did she just ask that!? No stereotyping there at all!
Jamie: No, my wife won’t let me have any hoes.
Yep, that is what he said! I died laughing! I won’t let him? Okay I won’t, but it still sounds funny!
Who has these conversations?! Pimps, hoes? Wow! This is the comedy in an interracial marriage. Okay maybe not, but at least it is in ours. I’m sure most people out there would not be discussing pimps and hoes, but that is just us, craziness and all…I love it!
Again no disrespect, but c’mon now…”no, my wife won’t let me have any hoes.” Well at least I can say he listens to me! When I say no hoes, I mean it! I told you this was not going to be P.C. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
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Originally published on The Seattle Lesbian
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