# A lady just married a man. They do not have enough money to stay in a decent hotel...........What are those three words?

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A lady just married a man. They do not have enough money to stay in a decent hotel. The couple stays with the man's mother. The man's mother has a jar full of lima beans, the lady's favourite food. The lady takes one lima bean each day they stay. The man's mother suspects the lady's theiving, but does not say a word. One day, the man's mother and wife are cleaning the kitchen together. The lady sees the man's mother looking at her eying the jar, now half full of lima beans. The lady finds one on the counter top and holds it up to the man's mother. She says three words that relieves the man's mother's suspection. What are those three words?

posted Oct 6, 2016

"What is This?" Are the words said by the lady.
The man's mother will think that the lady wouldnt eat something that she didn't know what it was. Asking, "What is This?" Will make the mother think it might've been someone else.

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