That’s my signature move.
but it left in the morning without saying a word. It was one nightstand.
With four casters.
It’s his random axe of kindness.
A Hannibal Lectern
Came up with this just now and made my girlfriend roll her eyes at me. Not a dad myself, but I hope you appreciate some OC!
Told my step daughter that the girl had purchased a stool sample!
So imagine a civilization made up of only bedroom furniture. So you have bed frames, nightstands, drawers etc. One day this beautiful dresser fell down and couldn't get up. "Help help help!", the dresser said. Then suddenly this mysterious, strong piece of furniture came to her and helped her up. She said "Thank you! You are my knight in shining armoire"
Joke #1: Me: Where is mom? Dad: Oh, she's under the bed. (Or whatever piece of furniture he thinks of first. Not once in my life have I asked him where my mom is and he's given me a straight answer. She's always under some piece of furniture.)
Dad: Ok, tell me how's it going...
I start to talk about how I'm doing...
Dad: No, tell me how's it going. Me: .... Oh, how's it going. Dad: I'm doing great, but tell me how you are doing. (When I was little, this could go on for a while.)
My sisters and I are in our thirties and he still does whenever we call.
So, I used to have this cousin who lived in the country side. He subsistenced farmed, but worked as a carpenter before hand. He kept a few pieces of furniture, most notably his chair that he called his throne. So one day, he puts his throne on his roof, and its a grass house. He sits on said throne, that's on the roof. After sitting for a while he goes back down to get something to eat. As he climbs down, the chair falls through the ceiling, killing him. The Moral of the story? Don't stow thrones on grass houses.