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Monday, November 16, 2009

Atlanta woman too hot, worries husband

The New York Times' always-entertaining Ethicist was extra-entertaining yesterday, thanks to a letter from Atlanta husband and father Chris Altman:

"I have a very attractive wife. When she is out with our two cute baby girls, she often receives free groceries, free fast food — the guy at Dunkin’ Donuts loves her — and free clothes. Frequently she does not realize she has the gifts (or stolen goods) until she is in the car, driving away. Is it ethical for her to keep these gifts, or must she return them (which may get the giver fired)? Chris Altman, Atlanta"

Repeat: His hot wife keeps bringing home extra donuts. Someone help this man!!!

I'm not accusing Altman of deceit, but I nevertheless can't help but wonder if the letter wasn't, in-part, a clever, romantic ploy to get America's Paper of Record® to publish a tribute to his wife's hotness.

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