Published weekday mornings as the coffee brews
HA! Maybe the next time I start to bug my husband about something I will remember this graph....
How true. There are doers and there are naggers. Naggers nag because they can't do anything else. Nags are lazy and usually see there doctor for fibromylagia. Here's an interesting site - www.bestbraindrain.com
Love your site and your index cards!
Yeah, I'm diggin' this site and it's concept.
Absolutely brilliant. So much said (and so many giggles) with so few words and lines.
Well done...I'm glad I'm not a nagger - I just do it myself. Much easier and quieter...
I tried observing my wife an plotting the results: If I were more versed in fractal geometry, I might say it was some kind Mandelbrot, but as it stands, it just seems to be a scatter graph of pure chaos.
Does this work in reverse? Tonight I BEGGED my husband to let me do the dishes while he watched the kids. The response was absolutely no because I am inefficient and not thorough. It's like the more I asked to do it, the more fervently he wanted to. Hmmmm....
your x and y axes are backwards again. i would love to ignore that and just enjoy the humor, but i'm a geek.funny stuff though.
So true, suckah. It's all in the attitude.
Now, I want to dig into your brain and see the idea factory there !Another instresting one there.Hope it stays in my mind when I am home nagging him !: )
Absolutely true. When my ex used to nag me to do something that I was already going to do, all of my energy got burned up by resentment.
Yeah, from my perspective, the axes are the wrong way round...The more she nags, the less effort I put in - but your card says the less effort I put in, the more she nags...Hmmm, maybe that was the intention; unfortunately, I didn't notice until after I sent the link to her saying 'See, I told you so...'. Thanks, I guess I'll be doing the dishes tonight and liking it... :(
Your site is hilarious! Just found the link, I really like it.
omg that is sooo true and funny. i like it.
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