Tuesday, August 28, 2007

How Hot is It?

Dear Friends,

How Hot is It?

While there’s no “cure” for hot weather, here are some humorous responses to the question, “How hot is it?” Sometimes a well-chosen remark can help take your mind off the thermometer!

How hot is it?

It’s so hot, your electric bill is higher than your house payment.
… your washing machine dries and fluffs your clothes.
… you can make instant sun tea.
… the dog was chasing the cat and they were both walking.
… your car overheats just sitting in the garage.
… you cancel your Hotmail account because you hate the name.
… you need a spatula to remove your clothing.
… the best parking space is determined by shade instead of distance.
… ice is on the endangered species list.
… ducks in the park come in “original recipe” and “extra crispy.”
… you’ve mastered the art of driving without touching the steering wheel.
… birds are using potholders to pull worms out of the ground.
… you’re sweating while you take a cold shower.
…the Burger King crew said, “If you want it your way, cook it yourself.”

I hope you’re enjoying your summer – whatever the weather!

Your Trusted Advisor For Life
Jeffrey Stanton

P.S. What’s your response to “How hot is it?” Please email me at jstanton@0downaskmehow.com

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