Dear Daddy: The tricks my husband is playing on me are really tiring.
We have been together for 15 years. Last week he fooled me into thinking he was a coward.
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He arrived at the lounge with a positive lateral flu test – but he himself drew a positive line.
She’s 46, and I’m 42.
Then he made fun of my 19-year-old daughter, his stepdaughter, yet I warned her.
He went into her room and said, “Guess, I’ve got a coyote,” and showed her the test.
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She panicked and rang her father and his work bell.
When I told her it was a joke, she went crazy. She broke down crying and then got angry and scolded my husband, saying that it was not a laughing matter because people are still dying.
Daddy says: It was no joke. A joke is something that everyone thinks is funny in the end.
Because you told your husband not to go ahead and he went against you, it shows a lack of respect and maturity.
Your daughter is right. It was done in a bad taste when people are still infected and dying from the virus.
It also sets a bad example for your daughters.