A more fun parable this time

Once, the angel of the Lord appeared to a man in a pillar of fire. Because he was wise and learned, the man echoed Mary “I am the Lord’s servant, send me and I will go.” The angel said “The Lord asks that you take out the trash before your wife gets home from her spin class, she’s having a hard day,” then disappeared. The man rejoiced, because he was wise and had been expecting something a lot more difficult, and this didn’t even screw up his plans for the evening.

The young will not understand this teaching but the old are going to love it. This is the wisdom of elders.

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12 Responses to A more fun parable this time

  1. aiaslives says:

    Something to do with “everything between us has a positive spin when we’re married”?

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      No, it’s because us old people have less energy and prefer to conserve it.

      • aiaslives says:

        60+ = old

        If you’re old then I’m middle-aged and I’m in my early 20s.

        If I ever start thinking that taking out the garbage is strenuous, I’ll take every nootropic I can find and jam it in my bloodstream like that russian guy in the movie “Limitless” and revert to the energy levels of a 12 year old. *slaps wrist* “I put it in my vein. Much more effective like that.”

        Heck I still have the energy levels of a 6 year old. I’ve defeated multiple six year-olds, they’re weak and can’t stay up the way I can after I match them (or often surpass them).

        Or as Nietzsche put it:

        There is a hatred of taking out the trash that comes from a delicate sense of cleanliness; there is also hatred that comes from wimpiness, since exertion is *forbidden* by a distended paunch. Too fat to take out the trash…

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