A Matter of Perception

A man comes back to life from a very profound coma state. Ever since the time he went into a coma, his wife was near his bedside. Several days after waking up, he told his wife:

“My darling, you were near me no matter of the misfortune I’ve had to cross. When I was fired, you supported me; when my business went broke, you were there for me; when I was shot, you remained here; when we lost our house, you didn’t run away; when my health was ruined, you again unconditionally supported me. Do you know something?”

“What is it, my love?” asked the wife while on her face a beautiful smile arose and her heart starting to beat faster.

“I think you bring me bad luck.”

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  1. “Actually,” the woman said, “I’ve been trying to get rid of you for some time now. I started by sleeping with your boss and got you fired. When you didn’t leave, I had him sabotage your business. When that didn’t work, I tried to have you assassinated by having you shot. When you lived through that, I poisoned you. Now that you are awake, I want to see the look in your eyes as I put this pillow over your face and suffocate you.”

  2. How profound.

    This seems like ground for the implementation of a required course on perception prior to being able to engage in the act that may lead to conception…….MARRIAGE!!!

    Hmmmm? Should there be a PERCEPTION CLAUSE in marriage that states if one party is unwilling to step over and see through the other parties eyes then this is grounds for dissolving the relationship.


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