THE LOST ART OF BEHOOVING

WHAT WE NEED IS MORE BEHOOVING, you know that this is true ... It’s quite OK for you to behoove me, as I must be behooving you … Let’s say that your shoe was untied, and you didn’t know what to do, I would tap you on the shoulder, and behoove you to tie your shoe …

If you noticed a foul odor coming from my clothes, and the stench was overwhelming and wafting up your nose … It would behoove you to behoove me to go and find a hose and clean myself up.

Caption: “It would behoove you not to look at me that way.”

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