WEST VIRGINIA WOMAN
 
 Three men were traveling and happened to meet at a bar
 in Pomeroy, Ohio.  One man was from Detroit, Michigan, one from Daytona Beach,  Florida and
 Denver from Ivydale, West Virginia. They got acquainted and started
 talking about their problems with their wives.
 
 The guy from Michigan began by saying: "I told my wife
 in no uncertain terms that from now on she would have to
 do her own cooking.  Well, the first day after I told her, I
 saw nothing.  The second day I saw nothing. But on the
 third day when I came home from work, the table was
 set, a wonderful dinner was prepared with wine and
 even dessert."
 
 Then the man from Florida spoke up: "I sat my wife
 down and told her, that from now on she would have to
 do her own shopping, and also do the cleaning. The first
 day I saw nothing.  The second day I saw nothing.  But
 on the third day when I came home, the whole house was
 spotless, and in the pantry the shelves were filled with
 groceries".
 
 The fellow from West Virginia was married to an enlightened
 woman from Villa Nova, West Virginia.   He sat up straight on the
 bar stool, pushed out his chest and said: "I gave my wife Pearly Alice
 a stern look and told her, that from now on she would have
 to do the cookin', choppin' wood and the housecleanin'.  Well, the
 first day I saw nothing. The second day I still saw nothing.
 But by the third day, .....................

 

 


 
 I could see a little bit out of my left eye..."