541. Fishing For Compliments


541. One spring day, she asked, "How do you like my new shoes?" He looked at them and said, "They're nice." The next week, she asked, "How do you like my new dress?" He looked at it and said, "It's nice." The next week, she asked, "How do you like my new purse?" He looked at it and said, "It's nice." The next week, she asked, "How do you like my new hairdo?" He looked at her and said, "It's nice." The next week, she asked, "How do you like my new manicure?" He looked at her hands and said, "That's nice." Then he asked, "Why are you always fishing for compliments?" She said, "Because I have to, that's why. Getting a compliment from you is like pulling teeth. You never notice anything about me unless I point it out to you. Be glad I'm not fishing for a new husband." 1.7

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