Today is the anniversary of the soldier’s father’s death, so pulling this up to commemorate…
“The woman is always right,” he soldier said. “This is what I was taught. My father taught me and my brother that you never hurt a woman. No matter what she does you can’t do anything back and this is just the way it was. And my sisters took full advantage, believe me. They did all kinds of stuff to my brother and I, but we could never do anything back to them.”
“Yeah and if we complained, he just started singing,” he said with a grin.
“Oh he’d sing that song, “Downtown”.
“Petula Clark?” I snorted.
“Yeah. Downtown!” he sung. “Things’ll be brighter there! Downtown…”
“Yeah, I know it. Forget all your troubles… oh my God, that’s hysterical. You couldn’t be any funnier, shut your kid right up!”
What were you taught about the genders?