Tee hee. Reminds me of a recent "Dear Abby" column... :)
> Dear Abby,
> I am writing to your advice-column because of a serious problem I am
> facing. You see, I am a Vietnam-era deserter from the U.S. Marines,
> and I have a cousin who works for Microsoft's Customer Service
> Division. My mother peddles Nazi literature to Girl Scouts and my
> father (a former dentist) is in jail for 30 years for raping most of
> his patients while they were under anesthesia. The sole supports of
> our family, including myself and my $500-a-week heroin habit, are my
> uncle (master pick-pocket Benny "The Fingers") and my aunt and kid
> sisters, who are well-known streetwalkers.
> My problem is this: I have gotten engaged to the most beautiful,
> sweetest girl in the world. She has just turned thirteen, and we are
> going to marry as soon as she can escape from school. To support
> ourselves, we are going to move Mexico and start a fake-Aztec-souvenir
> factory staffed by child labor. We look forward to bringing our kids
> into the family business. But -- I am worried that my family will not
> make a good impression on hers, once she has a chance to meet them.
> In your opinion, Abby: Should I -- or shouldn't I -- let her know about
> my cousin who works for Microsoft Customer Service?
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