Friday, February 11, 2011


It all began with an iPhone..

March was when my son celebrated his 15th birthday and I got him an iPhone. He just loved it. Who wouldn't?

I celebrated my birthday in July and my wife made me very happy when she bought me an iPad.

My daughter's birthday was in August so I got her an iPod Touch.

September came by so for my wife’s birthday I bought her an iRon.

It was around then that the fight started...

What my wife failed to recognize is that the iRon can be integrated into the home network with the iWash, iCook and iClean. This unfortunately activated the iNag app.

Which led me to the iHospital, and iGet out Thursday.

Don't blame me. Blame Doug.


  1. Brings to mind the old chestnut "My wife thinks that cooking, washing and [a word we won't say] are cities in China".

  2. I haven't used an iRon in some years, I'm happy to say. In fact I think iRons, rather than the love of money, are probably the root of all evil.

  3. But Lapin, now I have the word we won't say in my head.

    Cathy I had to use the iRon the other day to shorten a pair of winter slacks before the winter is over. There's no getting around the iRon in that situation.

  4. I don't own an iRon and have not owned one for over 20 years, honestly. Anything I might potentially need one for (such as the situation you describe), I can just get the dry cleaner to do quite cheaply.

  5. {Psst! Confession! I love iRons! When I iRon my drag king duds, and then I become One Suave Dude!}

    I hope I *do* have a wife some day . . . but I'll definitely do the iRoning myself. ;-)

    @Lapin {snort}

  6. JCF, I hope you have a wife some day. That you will do the iRoning should be a big attraction.

  7. Well my iRon gets used a lot. But I expect that's a "gay" thing...

  8. Wade, I've heard that gays can sometimes be fastidious, but don't quote me on that. Are iRons part of the "gay agenda"?

  9. I bet JCF does look One Suave Dude in his drag king duds ;-)

  10. Are iRons part of the "gay agenda"?

    Mimi, I think you are indulging in iRony.

  11. Cathy, iRony? Moi? You can't be serious!


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