A lawyer found himself in an unusual situation when he married a woman who had gone through ten divorces before. Their wedding night took an unexpected turn when the woman claimed to still be a virgin and asked for gentleness. Confused, the lawyer questioned her about how she could still be a virgin after so many marriages.
She humorously recounted her past husbands’ quirks and shortcomings, each representing different professions.
Husband #1, a sales representative, hyped up the experience.
Husband #2, in software services, promised to investigate but never figured it out.
Husband #3, from field services, failed to make the system work.
Husband #4, in telemarketing, couldn’t commit to delivery.
Husband #5, an engineer, wanted years for a high-tech solution.
Husband #6, from finance, was unsure of his role.
Husband #7, a marketer, struggled with positioning.
Husband #8, a psychologist, only talked.
Husband #9, a gynecologist, just looked.
Husband #10, a stamp collector, was dearly missed.
Amidst the humorous retelling, the woman expressed her excitement about marrying a lawyer. She playfully hinted that this time, she expected to “get screwed” in a legal sense, highlighting her confidence in her new husband’s profession.
The story humorously portrays the woman’s clever response to her past experiences with her ex-husbands. It underscores the lawyer’s reputation and the commonly held stereotypes about lawyers being skilled at manipulation. The tale satirically combines professions and marital themes to create a lighthearted narrative.