I remember when I was a kid if someone came to the door. I was so excited. I would run to the door and not even look out the peep whole to check who it was. This was before anyone had a cell phone in the 80's and early 90's. Never once did I think anything negative about the person on the other side.

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Now these days with all the crime on tv, news stories about crime and usage of cell phones no one just shows up at your house unannounced. The doorbell rings and instant fear or worry sets in.

*Doorbell Rings*

My three assumptions:

1. Murderer is at the door.

2. Police telling me everyone is dead.

3. Must be my Amazon book I ordered about positive thinking.

Well, I am totally exaggerating, but seriously I just get super uncomfortable with it. I always tell my friends to call or shoot me a text just so I am decent, as in wearing pants.  I literally, broke up with a guy years ago when I lived in Wisconsin for stopping by unannounced.

I ran across this comedian online and it made me laugh because it was extremely relatable. I just had to share with you.

Check out stand up comedy from Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, Door Bell Rings Now Vs 20 Years Ago:

Hopefully, that made you laugh as much as it made me laugh. Too funny. I love the part when he said the whole family rushed to the door sliding up in their socks. Speaking of comedy if you want to get a lot of laughs in this weekend you can go to Benton Station in Sauk Rapids they have two national touring comedian and  you can get your tickets at a discount on The Value Connection and the show is tomorrow night doors open at 8pm.