Monday, December 31, 2007

Hey everyone! Here's a story I entered for a funny story contest to win a family organizer at Laughing Always Helps. Check it out.

My mother-in-law is a twin and she and her sister go just about everywhere together, doctor appt's, shopping, running errands, etc. On this particular day, they went to the grocery store together and when they got there, they decided to split up to do their individual shopping and then meet back up at the car when they finished.

My m-i-l got done first, went through the checkout, paid and then followed the little teenage sacker boy out to the parking lot. When they got to the edge of the parking lot, she stopped and said, "Hmmmm. Now where did I park?" The sacker said, "What kind of car is it?" She replied, "It's a maroon Tahoe." "Is that it over there?"
She said it was and they walked to the car and unloaded the groceries.

The sacker walked the cart back into the store and looked for another customer who needed help. That customer happened to be my m-i-l's twin sister. He started sacking her groceries while she paid and when they were done, she followed him out to the parking lot. As soon as they got to the edge of the parking lot she said, and I'm not kidding here, "Now where did I park my car?" The sacker boy got a really strange look on his face and said really slowly, "Is....it....a....maroon Tahoe?" To which she replied, "Why, yes! How did you know?" He said, "Because I just unloaded your groceries in it."

She realized what had happened, explained to the boy that he was not crazy, she was just a twin and they all had a good laugh about it!

Happy New Year!

5 comments:

JesusFreak said...

I like that story and can totally believe it. I am just barely getting the hang of knowing which one is which.

Anonymous said...

Funny, funny...I love it!!I can only tell by the scar above Nunie's
right eyebrow!!!

Anonymous said...

That is hilarious! I hope you win the contest.

anniepooinclyde said...

I ALMOST FELL OUT OF MY CHAIR FROM LAUGHTER OVER THAT ONE. GREAT STORY.

High in Demand said...

That's cute.