A Happy thought that often helps me...

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   Posted 6/19/2005 1:33 AM (GMT -6)   
All of my life I would get overwhelmed at one time or another and my dad would say "Just wobble it a bit." I probably thought that he was going bananas also but I did finally understand what he was saying.
I don't know where the story comes from, whether it is a famous truth or a famous lie, or whether it is infamous truth or lie. But here goes:
Years ago one of the only places in town that had airconditioning was in the movie theaters. This meant that every Tom, the nickname of Richard, Drunk, and Harry came to see the movies = ALL DAY LONG. Unlike now you were permitted to bring your own beverages in and this particular man (DRUNK) did just that. He climed up into the balcony and got ready for the picture. Now, of course, there is a definite problem here. DRUNK is not going to move out of that seat because if he does someone will surely take it. However his name, DRUNK, also will be needing some facilities throughout this movie.
Then DRUNK comes up with a perfect plan. He very quietly and politiely (well as politie as you can be while doing this) proceeded to urinate over the balcony. The man sitting directly below him (in the target zone) immediately feels water on his head, a lot of water. And it keeps coming and coming and coming.
Finally, the man turns and says "Excuse me chap. Would you mind wobbling it a bit as I seem to be getting t'all,
So although I don't have the strong religious beliefs that many of you do I often find myself saying, to no one in particular. "Pardon me chap, Do you think that you could wobble it a bit? I seem to be getting it all. tongue
love to all,

Thanks for listening.
If I can do anything to help you please let me know.
"Someone's opinion of you doesn't have to become your reality."

Post Edited (damwinston) : 6/19/2005 12:43:32 AM (GMT-6)

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