People of character have few friends!

People of character

2 responses to People of character

  1. Melissa Schickel 08/11/2014 at 18:18

    Ain’t it the truth!

  2. Tommy Joseph 08/11/2014 at 21:23

    I know what you mean. But that was before. We are living in another time. Having too many friends these days is no big hassle – not when, with the mere push of a button, you can unfriend them all at once. Or one at a time.

    Married folks who are no longer friends will need a lawyer to unfriend them. I don’t feel sorry for them. They knew what they were getting into. Maybe the same rules should apply to friends across the board.

    If someone comes along and you want to be their friend, you and that person will have to register with the county office, just like they do to get married. Then, if you decide you no longer want to be friends, you will need to find a lawyer to unfriend you. Going beyond the state-mandated number of friends allowed will result in bigamy charges. Becoming unfriended without using a lawyer will also be against the law and may result in heavy fines, imprisonment, or both. Picking the wrong friend and getting killed, well, in that case you are on your own.

    Thank you, my friend

    TJ

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