…ulterior motives are rarely as secret as we might think.

…trusting your dog is easy; people, not so much.

…the more you worry and fret about a problem, the more elusive and confusing the solution becomes.

Deep thoughts this day. But on a lighter note: if you do the math, I was just charged $10/minute for my eye doctor followup yesterday.

I am in the wrong profession.

5 thoughts on “TTI II

  1. PKPudlin

    The Truth is… that nobody *really* knows what the truth is.

    “And what is truth? Is truth unchanging law? We both have truths; are mine the same as yours?” (Pilate, Jesus Christ, Superstar).
    OK did I just date myself or what???

    We are both in the wrong profession!!! I’m so tired of parents telling me my rates for private voice and piano lessons are ‘more than I want to pay’. I didn’t go into this to get rich, that’s for sure. I’m driving a 2001 Ford for cryin’ out loud. Nobody is calling me up offering to pay my student loans. Sheesh….
    Fortunately for me, there are at least 43 people who *don’t* are happy enough with my work to pay me without haggling.

    Glad you’re on the mend, Finkster. Tr-eye-ing to think of some eye puns but seems I’m flying blind. Guess I’ll have to take a closer look. Maybe I’ll have a h-eye-ball.


    1. Rat Fink Post author

      Hey, just ax me – I’ll tell ya the truth!

      And ho ho and HA HA on the “eye” humor. Git it? Humor? Humorous? HAaaAaa

      I krak myself up.

  2. Stein

    I never knew ulterior was spelled in this manner. I always thought it was to be spelled “alterior,” as in alternate.


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