An elderly man with a very large ego went to an art gallery with his wife and some friends. Although he was very nearsighted, he took great pride in his ability as an art critic. Unfortunately, the man had forgotten his eyeglasses, but this did not deter him as he stood before a large frame and began to expound for the benefit of his friends. “In the first place,” he said, “the frame is not right. It is not in keeping with the subject. And as for the subject itself, it is altogether too homely — too ugly in fact to make a good picture.” Hearing this, the man’s wife edged her way to his side and tried to whisper…
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