A husband went to the police station to file a “Missing Person Report” for his wife.
You know what it’s like I’m sure. You expect your wife to be there when you come home from work and there is no sign of her. You have no idea where she has gone or what has happened to her, so you start to panic.
But as much as you start to panic, you also try to stay calm, knowing that she is probably just running late. However, with every passing minute the anxiety increases until finally you can see no other option but to report your wife as missing.
The next thing you know, there you are at the police station seeking help…
Husband: “I lost my wife, she went shopping earlier and she hasn’t returned home”.
Policeman: “Right. I had better take some details about her. What is her name?”
Husband: “Margaret Robinson”.
Policeman: “And her age?”
Husband: “Err, about 42 I think”.
Policeman: “What is her height?”
Husband: “I never checked”.
Policeman: “Is she slim or healthy?”.
Husband: “Well she isn’t slim, but you could say she is healthy I guess”.
Policeman: “Color of eyes?”
Husband: “To be honest, I have never noticed”.
Policeman: “What color is her hair?”
Husband: “It changes according to the season”.
Policeman: “What was she wearing when she left home?”
Husband: “I’m not sure whether it was a dress or a suit”.
Policeman: “Was she driving?”
Policeman: “Tell me the number, name and color of the car”.
Husband: “It’s a Black Porsche 911 with a 3.5 liter flat 6 engine generating 320 horse power, teamed with a seven-speed automatic transmission with paddles. It also has LED headlights and has a very thin scratch on the front left door”.
Then the husband started crying.
Policeman: “Don’t worry sir. We will find your car”.
Image used under a Collective Commons License from https://www.needpix.com/photo/1364278/think-thinking-sadness-help-man-people-portrait-emotion-idea