Kierkegaard tells of this one: A man taking a walk sees a sign in a store: "We press pants." He goes home gets his pants and brings them there and they look at him quizzically. He wants his pants pressed. They tell him, no: "We sell the sign."
"My husband and I decided we don't want children.
We are going to tell them tomorrow after school."
Ben is pacing the house. His wife asks him why. "I owe Saul $20,000 dollars, The note comes due tomorrow and I can't pay him."
His wife calls Saul: "Ben can't pay you the money he owes you. Maybe you should be pacing the house instead of him."