Breaking all the rules?
There has been much spirited discussion of rules at Wolske SW. Specifically, what my brother-in-law calls "Man Rules."
Not suprisingly, my darling husband is in egregious violation of several of these alleged rules. To wit:
The rules clearly state a man shall not be in posession of a pet smaller than a regulation football.
Our Tele is quite the petite feline, weighing in at a whopping 6 pounds. I know we are clear with respect to her weight, but she is pretty tiny. I shall have to measure her to be sure.
The rules declare no man shall purchase clothing in any department other than menswear.
Jon likes flare leg jeans or a really good boot cut. So far, the best fit has come from a pair of Tommy Hilfiger women's jeans. They are a little low in the rise, but other than that, fit like a dream. (I am probably in lots and lots of trouble for posting this one)
The rules limit the beauty regimen of men to soap, shampoo, deodorant, and shaving.
My DH has a Clinique habit, and I am the reason. I wonder if there is some give in this rule? After all, he does not need shampoo-- can we substitute moisturizer for the shampoo?
I wonder if the man rule enforcement agency is reading? And what would be the penalty for such rule violations? A John Wayne movie marathon? Fish-slapping? I suppose we might find ou firsthand...