A Note on Modern Marriage

August 9th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

So I was doing something goofy on Friday night (don’t ask; it involved some clowning around with a Swiffer), and my wife was rolling her eyes and chuckle-snorting to herself. And then she came out with the following: “I could Tweet this, but I won’t.”

That’s right, people: I was (deservedly) threatened with tweet-shame. It worked, too.

Can you imagine what technologies our kid, a dozen years from now, will be deploying this way? Yikes.


  1. Aaron says:

    August 9th, 2010at 9:42 am(#)

    100 years ago they worried about telegraph shame. at least now we only have to worry about 140 characters….
    husband. stop. being ridiculous. stop. just knocked over kerosene lamp. stop.

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