Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Overheard

At yesterdays board meeting, two of our members who are both from the Swedish Capital of Nebraska, (a neighboring town) were visiting about a mutual friend who had dealt them both fits over the past few weeks. One of the men said, "Well you know what they say, you can always tell a Swede...you just can't tell him much."

7 comments:

Rachel said...

That's what my husband's cousin said to him once, except his last name in place of the Swede part!

I imagine that applies to lots of folks!! Ha!HA!

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

thats funny, but i am also considering it a tip;)

bossy loves tips..

Anonymous said...

They're the ones like turnips aren't they Cliff?

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

To quote the Swedish statesman Dag Hammarskjold “The longest journey of any person is the journey inward”. There’s a lot of that “don’t get it” going around. Heh – don’t cha know? :)

Jerry said...

All this time I didn't know my family was Swedish.

Felecia said...

That explains a lot about my in-laws...

Jim said...

Swedes like meatballs, right?
That reminds me, are there left-overs for us from your nice party?
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