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May 23, 2024 13 mins

Dear Steve and Shirley, My husband and I have been married for eleven years and we have our separate spaces in the house. This has helped us cope with the day to day stress of being married. I have a group of friends that I play cards with once a month, but I prefer to be at home, watching movies and reading. My husband is nothing like me. He's very outgoing and he loves to be outside, as he calls it. His need to be outside has caused a lot of problems, and it's the reason he's in trouble. He told me a string of bad lies and I called him out because he thinks I'm stupid. It was almost 2am when my husband came home Sunday morning............................................

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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Speaker 2 (00:21):
It could be yours. Buckle up and hold on tight.
We got it for you here it is Strawberry Letter.

Speaker 1 (00:26):
Thank you nephew. Subject the lounge closed last year. Dear
Stephen Shirley, My husband and I have been married for
eleven years and we have our separate spaces in the house.
This has helped us cope with the day to day
stress of being married. I have a group of friends
that I play cards with once a month, but I
prefer to be at home, watching movies and reading. My
husband is nothing like me. He's very outgoing and he

(00:49):
loves to be outside, as he calls it. His need
to be outside has caused a lot of problems, and
it's the reason he's in trouble. He told me a
string of bad lies and I called him out because
he thinks I'm stupid. It was almost two a m.
When my husband came home Sunday morning. I was knocked out,
and he woke me up just to tell me some

(01:09):
bad lies. He looked like he had just gotten off work.
His clothes were not wrinkled, and he was full of conversation.
He said he started drinking after work with a few
of his coworkers, and he met up with his doctor
after that, and he lost track of time after he
went to a cigar lounge downtown. I know for a
fact that the lounge that he supposedly went to after

(01:32):
midnight closed at eleven PM, back when it was open,
but it's been closed since last summer because of water damage.

Speaker 2 (01:40):
He couldn't tell me.

Speaker 1 (01:42):
He couldn't tell me any of his coworkers' names that
he was with, and he stuttered when I asked in
which one of his doctors he was hanging with. His
clothes didn't smell like cigar smoke at all. He looked
as if he had taken off his clothes, taken his
clothes off and hung them up at a hotel while
he was laying up with his mistress. He said, I

(02:02):
jumped to unreasonable conclusions, but he woke me up. Am
I wrong to assume that he cheated on me? Well,
you know, come on, the stuttering, the stud of stutter,
all of that. That's almost like a dead giveaway right there.
And no, you're not wrong. You're not unreasonable with your conclusions.
You know you're right, you know, the saying there's nothing

(02:22):
open at that time of morning but legs. But to
his point, like you said, or to your point, like
you said, he woke you up with these bad, bad lies.
He was at a club that's been closed for water
damage since last summer. Come on, he's so busted. He
didn't have any cigar smoke smell. You know a lot

(02:43):
of people when they smoke and stuff like that, it's
in their clothes, it's in their hair. Come on, dude,
no one's picking up any of these stupid lies you're
putting down. He may as well tell you the truth
at this point. That's what I say, tell you the truth.
You know, at this point this stuff may break up
his marriage, But that's the risk he took when he

(03:05):
came home at two am with this pack of stupid lies.
He should have called Steve. That's what he should have done, Steve.

Speaker 3 (03:13):
You know what, man, you know, you know, dudes, dudes, dudes, brothers.
Listen to me what I can't help you. If he's stupid,
I'm not gonna be any help you. I can't save
this one.

Speaker 2 (03:32):
Dog. Y'all been married for eleven years. Y'all got separate
spaces in the house.

Speaker 3 (03:38):
You know, y'all help y'all cope with the day to
day stress of marriage. Day, today's stress of marriage. Damn dog,
I mean this is not good. Marriage has his challenges, admittedly,
but every damn day to the point where y'all got
separate spaces in the house. And man, it might be

(04:00):
time for y'all to just consider getting nobody this here,
because this is every day.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
You rather be at the house.

Speaker 3 (04:08):
You play cards once a month with some friends, but
you rather be at the house reading books and watching movies.
He ain't nothing like you, so he want to go
outside and that's what Then guy is ass in trouble.

Speaker 2 (04:20):
So now what you say what got him in trouble?
Is even told you a string of bad lies and
he thank you stupid.

Speaker 3 (04:30):
So it's two am. Your husband came home Sunday morning.
I was knocked out and he woke me up. To
tell me some bad lies. Why did you wake her up? Dog?
If you coming in for some dirt at two a m.

(04:53):
Get in the house, be quiet, shut your mouth, go
to bed. What's the matter with you? Why did you
wake her up? And then when you woke her up,
you had.

Speaker 2 (05:08):
A you dumb.

Speaker 3 (05:11):
Look, I got you gonna lie, But damn though, you
gotta organize the lie. The lie has to make some cipher.
You have to organize your organize. Yeah, you can't.

Speaker 2 (05:24):
Random lies are easy to tell apart.

Speaker 3 (05:28):
You must categorically organize with a timeline and some facts
to the lie. Every lie works that has facts in it.
The only lie that works is the lie that has
truth in the lie.

Speaker 2 (05:49):
One more time, one more time, a lie.

Speaker 3 (05:52):
Works, and all lies that are good lies have truth
in it.

Speaker 2 (06:00):
Everything. It can't be alive.

Speaker 3 (06:02):
Your dumb ass. You set up in the hill. You
said you woked your girl up. You look like you
just got off work. Your clothes were not wrinkled. He
was full of conversation. He said he was drinking after
work with a few of his co workers. He met
up with his doctor. Now right here, you're gonna need

(06:23):
to know who.

Speaker 2 (06:24):
The coworkers were. Yeah, I had to know your doctor,
if you're gonna do that.

Speaker 3 (06:27):
And then he lost track of time and he went
to a cigar lounge downtown. You already got you got
to have at least passed by the cigar.

Speaker 1 (06:35):
Loune that was closed.

Speaker 2 (06:38):
All right, boy is born right here?

Speaker 1 (06:42):
All right, Steve, we'll have part two of your response
coming up at twenty three minutes after subjects is the
lounge closed last year? We'll get back into it right
after this. You're listening morning show, all right, Come on, Steve,
let's recap today's strawberry letter. The subject is the lounge
closed last year?

Speaker 3 (07:03):
Now let me tell you something. I'm not gonna be
able to help this man right here, and I'm gonna
tell you something else. I don't even want to because
if you gonna come in here and you just stupid
and you lie done, I.

Speaker 2 (07:16):
Can't help you. Now. This man has stayed out all night.

Speaker 3 (07:22):
They already got married of issues because she would rather
watch movies and play cards once a month and read
at home. He liked to be out, and that's how
he got in trouble. And now he done told his
wife a string of bad lies, and she ain't buying
none of it, because the woman said, he thinks I'm stupid.
So Sunday morning, two am, she was knocked out. He
came in the house. He woke her up. Rule number one.

(07:46):
If you come in late and she sleep, why would
you wake her up?

Speaker 1 (07:50):
Why?

Speaker 2 (07:52):
Why? Cause you done?

Speaker 3 (07:55):
And then he started and then he came in and
told you a of bad lies.

Speaker 2 (08:02):
Now.

Speaker 3 (08:02):
He looked like he had just gotten off work. Dog,
when you come in late at night, get them clothes off,
Go take a shower, right, don't even just let her
hear the water run into anything, but don't wake up.
His clothes weren't wrinkle, she said. He's sitting on the

(08:24):
edge of the bed talking to a problem. Clothes ain't
wrinkle close enough to get smelled.

Speaker 2 (08:30):
He said.

Speaker 3 (08:31):
He started drinking after work with a few of his coworkers.
You got you gotta get them lined up. And he
met with his doctor. You need to get that lined up.
He lost track of time and he went to a
cigar lounge. You gotta get that lined up. All this
right now is not a bad lie unless it's not

(08:51):
categorically lined up and you have no facts or truths
in it. You can't tell a lie.

Speaker 2 (09:01):
All right.

Speaker 3 (09:02):
I know for a fact here we go that the
lounge he supposedly went to after midnight closes at eleven pm.
That you gotta get a new cigar lounge if you close.
That's a but then and that closed at eleven eight
pm back when it was open. But it's been closed

(09:23):
since last summer because of water damage.

Speaker 2 (09:29):
I beat.

Speaker 3 (09:32):
He couldn't tell me any of the names of his coworkers.

Speaker 2 (09:36):
Dog.

Speaker 3 (09:37):
If you gonna say you was with some coworkers, organize it.
Have some coworkers' names before you wake her up.

Speaker 2 (09:44):
Had the names.

Speaker 3 (09:47):
Have gone by the cigar lounge, Smoke a cigar in
your car, get some odor on your clothes, puffing up
in the car, keep them windows up. You ain't got
to do nothing else. Drive by the club, called somebody
to make sure the club would go, buy, take a picture, anything.

(10:08):
You ain't do none of this. He couldn't tell me
because and then he studied when you asked him which
one of his doctors he was hanging with. Now we
got another problem. Cole got a man that got some
damn medical issues. How many damn doctors you got?

Speaker 1 (10:23):
But he was stuttering though he couldn't.

Speaker 2 (10:25):
Name any one.

Speaker 3 (10:27):
Of his doctors. How many doctors? So now you don't
have a doctor's name. You ain't got the coworker's name.
You'd have mentioned the club that's closed, and you ain't.
Having no sense to smoke a cigar in your car
on the way home, his clothes didn't smell like cigar smoked.
He looked as if he had taken off his clothes

(10:49):
and hung them up at the hotel while he was
laying up with his mistress. Lady foul assumption, He said,
I jumped to unreasonable conclusions. Well you know why she
did that cause you stupid, because you didn't organize your

(11:09):
damn lie. You told a lie that the ain't had
no truth in it. Coworkers you don't know their names.
Doctor you don't know his name. You went to a
cigar liue that ain't even open. You smoked a cigar,
but you don't smell like it.

Speaker 2 (11:27):
Boy dumb, You just dumb, like a damn dough knob.

Speaker 3 (11:34):
And on top of all that, you woke her up
to tell her this unfinished lie, this underproduced lie, this lie.
It ain't gonna get bought on Netflix. You ain't gonna
get on Hulu with this mess. You have got to
produce your lies better. You need to hire a lie producer.

(11:55):
That's what you need to do. If you're not a
line producer, No, a line producer track of all the
costs of a production.

Speaker 2 (12:06):
You need a lie producer.

Speaker 3 (12:08):
You need somebody who can produce lies for you because
you're the best.

Speaker 2 (12:13):
Am I wrong to assume he cheated on me? Lady?

Speaker 3 (12:17):
You are free to take this non non regulated, organized
lie in any.

Speaker 2 (12:25):
Direction you choose. You can say he was out committing
to murder if you want to.

Speaker 3 (12:30):
You can say he was out digging ditches. You can
say he was out applying for a job in Nairobi.
You can tell it. You could do it because his
lie is unsubstantiated with zero facts. Fellas, every lie must
contain truth.

Speaker 1 (12:53):
Listen to your.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
Okay, all right?

Speaker 1 (12:55):
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