How do you know you’ve met a good tax accountant?
He has a loophole named after him.
My 7-year-old often asks for help in washing her long hair. One day I said, “You really need to learn to do this by yourself.”
“I know,” she replied. “I don’t want my husband to laugh at me when you have to come over and wash my hair every day.”
Jennifer’s big formal wedding was fast approaching and she was delighted to hear that her Mom, Sheilah, emerging from a nasty divorce, had finally found the perfect mother-of-the-bride dress.
Two days later, she was shocked to learn that her new young stepmother, Fawn, had purchased the same dress.
She asked her stepmother to buy another dress since her Mom had already altered her purchase. Fawn refused.
After two more weeks of frustrated shopping, Sheila found a dress that was not as nice as the first, but would serve.
When asked by a friend what she would do with her original dress, she grinned and replied, “I’m wearing it to the rehearsal dinner!”
A certain man had invited the pastor and his wife for dinner, and it was little Joey’s job to set the table.
But when it came time to eat, Joey’s mother said with surprise, “Why didn’t you give Mrs. Brown a knife and fork dear?”
“I didn’t think I needed to,” as everyone listened as Joey explained, “I heard Daddy say she always eats like a horse.”