Boudreaux comes home drunk one night, breaks some crockery, vomits and falls down on the floor. Clotilde pulls him up, puts him to bed, and cleans everything.
Next day when Boudreaux gets up he expects her to be really angry with him. He prays that they should not have a fight.
He finds a note near the table, “Honey, your favorite breakfast is ready on the table. I had to leave early to buy groceries. I’ll come running back to you, my love. I love you, Clotilde.”
Surprised by his wife’s reaction, he asks his son, Johnny, “What happened last night?”
Johnny says, “When mom pulled you to bed and tried removing your boots and shirt, you were dead drunk and you said, ‘Hey, Lady! Leave me alone. I’m married!!!'”