January 23, 2002      Share

NOTE FROM STEVE:
Steve Hurd here, Top5 Relationships’ “Judge Yoda”
As 2002 looks to be another banner year for weddings, we
thought it best to advise prospective grooms and brides of
what changes our Top5 Relationships Contributors in the future.

The Top 8 Grounds for
Divorce in the Future

8> Not buying his “it’s not cheating if it’s an android”
argument.

7> Comes home late every night, claiming he was working late,
yet smelling of cheap motor oil and spiced Soylent Green.

6> “He’s such an Earthist, he won’t even talk to my Rigelian
friends.”

5> Cites your inability to prepare food capsules “just like his
mother used to make.”

4> For the good of homeland security.

3> Cloning your wife without her written consent.

2> Discovers that you are the fifth generation in your family
fool around with Strom Thurmond.

and the Number 1 Grounds for Divorce in the Future…
1> “Since they invented tongue extensions she’s hasn’t stopped
nagging me to get one. It’s my body, dammit!”


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Credits:

Selected from 36 submissions from 12 contributors.
Today Top5 List authors are:

Holly “Wolf” Black, Bellevue, WA — 1, 6 (3rd #1)
Vic Vitek, Hopewell Junction, NY — 2, 5
Kenneth R. Feucht, Oakdale, MN — 3
Wade Kwon, Birmingham, AL — 4
Brent McDaniel, Atlanta, GA — 7
Joe Terranova, Lake Orion, MI — 8, RU List Title
James Knowles, Bellingham, WA — Topic
Steve Hurd, Oakland, CA — the New CEO of Enron

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