Never Go To A Discount Therapist
Real quick thoughts
· If someone can read tea leaves or Tarot cards, should we assume they can also read a rental car agreement?
· Never go to a discount therapist who shows you his perspiration stain and asks, “What’s the first thing that comes to your mind?”
· Think twice about returning to a restaurant that charged you extra for the Heimlich maneuver.
The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) should never be used for parking violations, and certainly not for failing to pick up your small dog’s poop.
Has this ever happened to you?
Have you ever thought a stranger is talking to you, only to realize they’re actually talking on their phone? If you’re like most people, you immediately feel embarrassed. But look at it this way: In all probability, you are a more interesting conversationalist than the person on the other end of that call. In fact, had that person been calling you, you probably would have let it gone straight to voicemail. Because, if they’re not calling to talk about last night’s orgy and networking meetup, you can’t be bothered.
Ben Alper writes for late night talk show hosts, comedians and others. He is the author of “Thank You for Not Talking: A Laughable Look at Introverts.”