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I was sitting in the family room watching TV on the sofa when I hear the wife in the kitchen say " what do you think you would like for dinner tonight honey? we've got chicken, fish, lamb?"

I replied "I think I'll have the chicken. Thanks."

wife say's "F#$# you, you're getting soup! I was talking to the cat"

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