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My wife met me at the door the other night in a sexy negligee. Unfortunately, she was just coming home
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"My wife met me at the door the other night in a sexy negligee. Unfortunately, she was just coming home"

- Rodney Dangerfield

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This quote by Rodney Dangerfield is an amusing take on the common marital circumstance of one partner getting home late. The joke suggests that the better half was anticipating her partner to come home previously, and had dressed up in an attractive negligee to amaze him. Nevertheless, the partner was late, and the partner was currently home. This quote is a lighthearted way of satirizing the typical concern of one partner coming home late, and the other partner's dissatisfaction. It also implies that the better half was still anticipating her spouse's arrival, despite the fact that he was late. The quote is an amusing method of highlighting the value of interaction and understanding in a marital relationship.

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Rodney Dangerfield This quote is written / told by Rodney Dangerfield between November 22, 1921 and October 5, 2004. He was a famous Comedian from USA. The author also have 50 other quotes.

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