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Study the picture first and then read the story.
This happened to an Englishman in France who was totally drunk. The French policeman stops his car and asks the gentleman if he has been drinking. With great difficulty, the Englishman admits that he has been drinking all day, that his daughter got married in the morning to a French man, and that he drank champagne and a few bottles of wine at the reception and quite a few glasses of single malt thereafter.
Quite upset, the policeman proceeds to alcotest (breath test) him and asks the Englishman if he knows under French Law why he is going to be arrested.
The Englishman answers with humor. No sir, I do not! But while we’re asking questions, do you know that this is a British car and my wife is driving … On the other side.
These are wise words from Steve Harvey with humour thrown in. Most of us have jumped and got hurt but we need to keep doing it cause success will be just around the corner. If you don’t then nothing will change.
This was sent to me by a my friend Rebecca, Thanks Becca needed a reminder.
I happen to read this book last year after seeing him being interviewed by Oprah and on the CBS.
On the show Steve Harvey explores Love and relationships and men’s thoughts on the matter.
He had approx 150 females in his audience and about a 1000 men. The woman was asking relationship questions. Harvey together with his sharp humor was putting up a choice of 3 answers and the guys were giving their choice via a survey.
I laughed my butt off. It was so funny and rather insightful.
I thoroughly enjoyed the show. I think the next one is on this afternoon (09/09/2015). I of course record it and watch it with my husband in the evening.
The book was very light-hearted , not to serious with great clarity. I chuckled through the book as we as females are really lost when it come to thinking we know what is going on in our mans brain.
This a video and Steve Harvey is talking about the book. I just laugh listening to him I find his humor very funny.
This book I read about 3 years ago. Probably the best book I have read about helping one understand their relationship with their partner.
I notice since I read the book he has expanded his books to ‘Singles’ ‘Children’ &’Mens edition’ just to mention a few.
It basically determines which language of Love that is suited to you and that of your partner.
It’s a great builder of a rather diminishing relationship of a long marriage or not so long partnership.
Sometimes we really do not know our partners as well as we think we do.
I have actually given this book to many of my friends and find that not one of them have said that ‘This book is not for me’. They have all had great things to say about it.
I cannot recommend this book enough. I especially like the look of the 5 languages of love for children. We are all inclined to treat our children in the same way but each one has a different language of love which could make a difference to your relationship with them especially if they are teenagers.
Both of these books will be great gifts for Christmas
Because if you don’t do different nothing will change
As you can see they certainly ‘stick it’ to the Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard over, overtaxing the population in Australia for any form of pollution, the so-called ‘Earths carbon emissions’ and the expense of Wind and Solar power. The Australians get basically get taxed for breathing – well almost. Take heed America, look at what you are in for.