Not often, but every once in a while, I find myself wanting to put something onto Facebook, but end up keeping it to myself. I do this for a number of reasons: I’ll not want coworkers to see something or I don’t want to get “the look” from my wife.
Usually, however, I do it because my twin nephews can see what I put out there. For example…
A week ago, Mrs. Revis bought me a bottle of pumpkin flavored eggnog after hearing me say a day or two before that I’d like to try it. Because of where she put it in the refrigerator, I completely forgot about it until last night. So, I finally had a glass….
It was some incredibly tasty stuph. If you like pumpkin pie, you’ll love it. My wife, who doesn’t really care for eggnog all that much, even liked it. After I finished off the glass, I thought of something incredibly funny (well, to me anyways. I’m pretty sure Mrs. Revis won’t find it funny) to put on Facebook. I had it all typed out, and was about to hit post when I realized that it was a joke not for all audiences. I’m hoping that the twins wouldn’t understand it, but I didn’t want to take the chance. I kept it in.
Since I’m pretty sure they don’t read this, I will go ahead and share it with you all here. My post would’ve said this:
Pumpkin flavored eggnog is amazing. It’s like having a mouthful of awesomeness. Now I know how all the women who have ever gone down on me feel.