HE SAID... Tony Walker This past Saturday after I took the brats... I mean... kids to see Big Time Rush at Sunrise Mall (the kids wanted to see them. I wanted to see Boyle) we grabbed some lunch at Jake's Wayback Burgers. We brought it home & my wife was there all excited about us bringing food home. Problem is I didn't know she was going to be there. I thought she was going to be at her other home, AKA Hot Yoga. I didn't her anything from Jakes. Now I know what you're thinking.... just give her some of yours! Well it's not that easy. My wife is a vegan so there is no way she would take a piece of my burger. She grabbed some of my fries but she knows not to take too much because it's widely known that I would sacrifice my mother for some fries.
At this point you're probably asking yourself... what the hell does this have to do with "He Said She Said?" Well this is how. My wife was all disappointed that I didn't get her a veggie burger so I offered to run out to Burger King (which is closer to our house) & get her one. She said don't worry about. In fact, she insisted I don't. But for a few hours she was bummed about not having a veggie burger. So now my afternoon is shot because she's in a mood. Forget about some afternoon lovin before I head out to my gig that night, & if I don't get some lovin I'm not a happy man! So help me out here ladies... why do you say things "No don't get the burger" when you really want us to? Why must we men take the initiative? What's wrong with asking for yourself? I know some of you are going to say it's nice to know your man will do something without you having to ask for it, but is it such a big deal to ask sometimes? Isn't the bottom line is your man went & did it no matter who told him to?
Today my wife has the afternoon off so we're shooting up to good ol' Hicksville to hit Johnny Rockets. She loves their veggie burgers. Afternoon lovin here we come!!!