A Prince’s Fairy Tale

Once upon a time, a Prince asked for the hand of a beautiful Princess.

“Will you marry me?”

The Princess immediately said, “No!”

The Prince decided to stay single and rode motorcycles, dated thin, long-legged, full-breasted women, hunted and fished, raced cars, went to titty bars, dated ladies half his age, drank whisky, beer, and Captain Morgan, never heard any bitching, never paid child support or alimony, dated cheerleaders, kept his house and guns, ate spam, potato chips and beans, blew enormous farts, never got cheated on while he was at work, and had lots of dogs that slept with him in his bed.

All his friends and family thought he was too cool for school; he had tons of money in the bank, left the toilet seat up, and lived happily ever after.


The End

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10 Responses to MARRIAGE HUMOR

  1. Laura says:

    We wimen don’t actually NEED a great sense of humor or talent for making jokes. Notice how few female stand-up/sit-down comedians there are that don’t rely on F-bombs for a laugh! We also laugh at different things. Dat’s the way God made us.

  2. asknod says:

    Roger that, folks. You send them in and I publish them. I certainly wish I could take credit for all content on this site but my readership are my greatest contributors.

    • Roger L Young says:

      For a long time I use the web site for information, however it has difficult for my aging mind to navigate. I also read Jim Strickland’s email however now I am looking for a source of information for fiduciary appointments. can you point me in the direction of a current source other than google for preventing fiduciary appointments. By the way some of the information from other sites was information that “Asknod” contributed allowed me to increasing my rating. I also have your book.

      • asknod says:

        Fighting a fiduciary assignment is often difficult. Essentially, you have to be declared incompetent to handle your finances. This manifests in different ways-one being you are 100% for PTSD/MDD and VA feels you are unable to manage. A major disease that is mentally debilitating via the medications is another. The way to combat this is to obtain an IMO from a psychologist stating you are capable of handling your own moneys. VA will ask you to come in for a c&p (if they haven’t already) and make the determination. At that point you file a NOD (VA 10182 with the BVA and get the psychologist’s nexus rebutting VA’s mental health expert. Benefit of the doubt kicks in and you win. Sadly, you won’t get any VA attorneys to take this as there is no money in it for them.As for asking a VSO, I think that is a rhetorical question with a predetermined answer.

  3. Calvin Winchell says:

    If only it were reality… great humor as it made me feel good for five minutes 🥰

  4. Speck says:

    And, he died young, as most single misogynists do. 🤣

    • asknod says:

      Oh come on, Princess Karen. It never happened. It’s a joke but I suppose we’ll be dragging Kavanaugh into it shortly,.. or Bush… or Trump. Actually, it just dawned on me that Karen is an appropriate name here. I love humor. When I was busy dying, it’s what kept me enervated enough to live. Misogyny requires a real event. Humor and reading comprehension must not be your strong suits. He lived happily ever after…

    • Maple Syrup Frank says:

      Love Alex, love his dog (team).

    • Obviously not a misogynist – he obviously loved women. Just not a monogamist.

  5. Ron says:

    Sounds like my kind of prince. Love hard, drink hearty, play the field, never have to worry about syncophants, and never never let em see you sweat.

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