No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, Or, The Tale Of Two Condiments 1864

JPK Huson 1863

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I'd be crabby too. The things you find in your bed, huh?

Yes, sorry. Another newspaper story! Also sorry to mislead anyone because there's only one condiment, two men. Really couldn't help sharing this. We girls try to be helpful, honest, it just doesn't always go very well. Of course, on the flip side of this story is one from 1863 where next-door neighbors, two husbands, had been to the bar, came fuzzily home and went into the wrong houses. Where wives slept. Newspaper described a lot of screaming.

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I thought about putting this in the medical forum but wasn't sure Laura would appreciate the story's non-medical impact.....

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Laughter us sometimes the only cure for what ails you.

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JPK Huson 1863

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Just goes to show that laughter IS the best medicine.:rofl:

Love it that these stories got picked up- you get the feeling our ancestors insisted on that medicine. I used to think names were left out of stories because these tended to be apocryphal- have a feeling it was because we were really sue-happy. Twain's description of legal actions as a way of life is hysterical.
 
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