For those who have not read EVERYONE loves a girl fight (vol. 1) you can read it here.
I am sure there were similar conversations at Yom Kippur Break Fast tables throughout the Jewish community nationwide this evening. Wait, probably not. Our family is… well let me put it this way, you are never quite sure what will be said at our table.
Brother-in law 1: HS was much rougher when we went. There were fights and greasers.
Danny: Well, there are some fights but when it is guys it gets broken up pretty fast in fear of someone really getting hurt badly.
Me: Ok, I see what you are driving at…
Gary: Yeh, EVERYONE loves a girl fight.
Danny: Oh, I forgot to tell you! I missed a girl fight the other day but when we passed by where it happened there was hair on the sidewalk!
Me: Oh, jeez, here we go again. (note to self: de-program son from neanderthal behavior)
Brother-in-law 1: Of course everyone loves a girl fight. The best part is when their boobs pop out.
Me: I give up! But this will make a great blog post!
Brother-in-law 2: Oh, and don’t forget how we hope they kiss and make up at the end.
Me: what could be better for a guy, a girl fight and then girl on girl!
And this my friends, is why you can never really tell what will be said at a family gathering.
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