STEVE SMITH WISH ALL FUNNY GLIBERTARIAN HOOMANS PEACE ON EARTH AND GOOD RAPE TO ALL. HIM HELP WITH LAST PART.
HIM ALSO HELP WITH ADVICE! STEVE SMITH BRING COUSIN SEA SMITH HELP TOO. HIM ALSO SMART AND GIVE GOODEST ADVICES. NOW HERE ADVICE. FROM STEVE SMITH. THEN SEA SMITH.
Q: My loving daughter and her husband have been having dinner every night with us since my wife and I have both been too ill to cook. They bring their meal to our house and share with us. They have been extremely generous and helpful during our recovery time.
My son-in-law has started an irritating habit of holding up fingers as I am talking, supposedly indicating the number of times he has heard the story I am telling. This was somewhat amusing the first time or two, but has gotten to the point where I don’t want to say much of anything at the table.
How should this be handled? We love them both dearly and need and appreciate their help very much.
A: INVITE STEVE SMITH OVER DINNER. HIM HOLD UP FINGERS. IT MEAN HOW MANY TIME HIM RAPE SON-IN-LAW. STEVE SMITH THINK HIM GET MESSAGE. AND RAPE.
YOU WELCOME FOR GOOD ADVICE!
SEA SMITH TURN! HE GIVE GOODEST ADVICES. HE SMART – YOU SEE!
Q: When I bring a dish to a gathering, is it proper for another guest to add seasonings to it to suit their taste? I believe it’s only right to season the food you’ve taken, not the entire dish. Two family members are always trying to adjust the food for everyone to their specific tastes.
A: THAT RUDE! NEXT TIME, TAKE BOILING HOT SOUP. WHEN FAMILY HOOMAN TRY CHANGE IT, SHOVE HEAD IN POT. YELL “SEASON THIS!” SEA SMITH PREDICT NO MORE TRY SEASON FOOD.
SEE? BEST ADVICES FROM SEA SMITH.
COME ON IN. WATER IS FINE!