I have a good friend at my office who I have known for many years. I'm friends with his whole family and consider him to be one of my most trusted friends in the workplace. Apparently the feeling is mutual because he talks about me at home often enough that his wife jokingly refers to me as his "radio wife."
So the other day he came into work and said he had a funny story to tell me. His five-year-old daughter turned in a short workbook paper at school. When she brought it back home to show her parents, they were rather horrified to see what she wrote. Her assignment was to write short sentences using number words such one, two and three. I faithfully reproduce her paper here for your review, along with the teacher's comments in parenthesis.)
Pizza is my number one food. (Mine too!)
Mom has two daughters.
I leave school at three. (Yes!)
Dad has two wives. (Wow! :))
And that, my friends, is why you should never joke about having a radio wife.