Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The Case of Right vs. Wrong (And I am Right)


Jeremy and I have had a few debates lately that need resolution. What better place to come than to the trusty ole' Internet. We (and by that I mean I) would love for you to give your opinion. Especially if it supports my side.
  • When buying new sheets, I picked up a bright red set. Jeremy said, "Those are nice, but won't we get hot from the dark color?" When I looked at him in complete confusion he said, "Darker colors attract light." My only response was, "Not in a dark room they don't." So, do darker sheets make you hotter at night?
  • When referring to the muscle around your groin area, do you pronounce the word groin to rhyme with loin or coin, or pronounce it "grow-in?" I make it rhyme with loin, and it drives me bonkers that Jeremy says it the other way. How do you say it?
  • Jeremy says, "for all intensive purposes" and I say "for all intents and purposes. I know I'm right on this one, but would love you to weigh in on the debate.
  • Jeremy is convinced that laying on his left side makes his heart work harder. I think that is one of the dumbest things I've ever heard, but I would definitely love to hear your opinion on this one.
The debates listed above are our current issues. We reserve the right to add to this list at any time. This list is all in good fun, and both spouses approved this content. Please, please, please comment with your thoughts so we can settle these debates once and for all, and move on to bigger issues like finding world peace.

4 random thoughts:

Esther said...

If you're out in the sun, you don't want to wear black, because it absorbs the heat. But in a dark room, that doesn't matter. :-) (That one made me snort coffee into my nose.)

ALL INTENTS AND PURPOSES. Come on, Jeremy.

Kay said...

First of all...LOL! I don't think the sheets are going to make you hot unless you're sleeping in the sun in the backyard. Then you've got more problems than the sheets. Rhymes with loin. I think he's got a bad case of 'the southerns' if he adds the extra syllable. The only intensive is intensive care in the hospital. And I have no idea on the heart, but it could be plausible I guess. So OK I just paused and googled it and he might be on to something on the heart thing... : )

Anonymous said...

I agree with all of Kay's comments. However, my MIL has heard from a cardiologist that the last one is true.

Anonymous said...

P.S. And ya'll are so funny!

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