Read by four out of five drunken monkeys, written by the fifth.

Glass Houses

glass houseI’ve heard the saying that people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

Why do you live in a glass house to begin with? It seems to me if you live in a glass house your decision making capabilities are already in question.

Do you know how hard it is to insure a house that’s made of glass? Of course you don’t–you not foolish to live in a glass house.

All it takes is one snot-nosed neighbor kid with a slingshot to cause catastrophic damage. (I’m looking at you Gerald.)

And forget about throwing stones, if you live in a glass house you shouldn’t be engaging in any activity of questionable behavior; everyone can see what you’re doing.

Those slack-jawed neighbors that live across the street, sitting on their front steps all day, smoking cigarettes and sucking down Beer brand beer, already seem to know everything you do. Just imagine if you lived in a glass house.

What kind of weird and disgusting behavior do you think those people have going on in their house? You don’t know because they don’t live in a glass house.

What a stupid saying.

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My apologies to anyone who came to this post searching for information about the Billy Joel album Glass Houses. To everyone else: I just apologize in general.

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8 thoughts on “Glass Houses

  1. That is really an ugly house – “Have you seen Panda’s house? He lives in an ice cube.”


  2. What about taking a dump or taking a shower?

    And others will know where you keep your money and valuables. With your home being so easy to burglarize …..

    Your residence is like a zoo/museum, and you’re the one on display ….


  3. But you might actually save on insurance because glass houses don’t burn, will save on electric bills because you’ll need less artificial light – and if you live near a streetlight, you’ll be all set for 24 hours without having to put in a single lightbulb.


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