! Because He’s a dim Bulb, duh!!
Socket to me.
He simply didn’t know watt’s watt.
He was only interested in screwing and getting turned on!
She’s too dim.
It then came to light, he was so burned out, he re-fused her bright outlook on the plug-in event….
Well, neither of those gals seems that bright!
You dodged a bullet. Clearly, he wasn’t too bright.
Or maybe he found out that “she’s” actually male…
… aaaaannnd … you just answered your own question!
Missed her chance to add that hot delivery guy bulb.
Those LED bulbs are built that way.
It was an incandescent proposal; watt was he thinking? Watt LED him astray? Anyway, he’ll be forgiven when she sees the bulbs that the florest sent
Thus begging the question, “How many light bulbs does it take to screw?”
It would never have worked anyway. You’re AC screw-in and he was DC plug-in. You should both go out looking for some nice, compatible sockets.
Uhhh…it ain’t the brightness…it’s the…different “voltages”.
You can’t screw in a three-way into just any socket and expect it to work.
“Was it Joe” he asked, no it was PhilImeant.
Let’s be truthful. We all go straight to bright with 3-way bulbs. The dim and brighter are just annoyance clicks.
He just wanted to switch things around.
He wanted to amp up the relationship but she had too much resistance.
Some many years back, I found one of the first 3-way LED bulbs. My grandson, a computer-kinder, was fascinated. He’s now a E-E / Comp-Sci Junior. He shocked me last year by answering my question, “What’s the first differential of acceleration?”
Her husband was seeking more sexual full-filament.
Or maybe he is seeing that new, young LED bulb at the office?
I know that guy! His name is Phil A. Mint! LEDs put him out of work, though!
now the light has gone out of her life sniff…
2 way, on-off is plenty for me too! Which makes me think: aren’t those actually 4 way bulbs when you count “off”.