Tomorrow is my 10 year wedding anniversary.
My wife asked me, jokingly, what I got her and what we were going to do for it.
I reminded her that I had bought her tires at Sam’s Club and set up the service appointment and that she had to go over her lunch break and get them installed.
She asked “is that it?”
To which I responded “I just spent $700 on the finest hydroplane resistant, mountain snowflake rated, 70,000 mile, all season tires made by man. I spent good money on the best tires I could so that you could be confident driving in a downpour when you are taking the kids to school. What do you want, jewelry? Will a necklaces get the kids safely to school when it’s raining? Will earnings give you good traction in the snow when we drive to Indiana to visit your parents at Christmas time? No, I don’t think so. I love you and the kids so much I got you premium tires. Mozel Tov!!!”
“That’s the most practical present I could ask for. I love you too.”