Briggs: I Don’t Let My Wife Drive

While discussing with his Fox & Friends Weekend co-hosts Alisyn Camerota and Clayton Morris what sex drives better, Dave Briggs chauvinistically commented, “I love my wife, and I don’t let her drive.” Aly asked, “Are you kidding me? You don’t let your wife drive? In a non-response, Dave replied, “Listen! Women drive passively: that’s not necessarily better.” However, when the colloquy continued after the weather break, Dave added, “I have to clarify. I do let my wife drive whenever she wants–just not when I’m in the car.”

Driving Mrs. Davy daftly!

Cf. the following link for Dave’s prompt response.

Link: https://jakeho.wordpress.com/2008/12/27/briggs-responds-my-wife-can-do-whatever-she-wants/

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4 Responses to “Briggs: I Don’t Let My Wife Drive”

  1. Dave Says:

    My wife can do whatever she wants whenever she wants. I made an attempt a joke, albeit a poor one. Please don’t take things so literal in the future. No man who marries a strong, smart, driven lawyer is a chauvinist.

  2. Boogiewoogee Says:

    Wow. Is this the first time one of the people blogged about here has actually posted?

    If that really was you, Dave, just want to say that you won us (the BW clan) over when your wife and kids came to visit you on the job a few months ago, and it was obvious how you are wrapped around that little girl’s finger.

  3. Al Says:

    I’d say that comment was prolly from Dave’s wife, or at least onnacuzza her. May have been a poor joke, Dave, but you’re a good sport. Please let us know when you’re allowed off the couch.

    Hmmm… if they really do read jake’s blog then I’m going to have to start being nicer. Dagnabbit.

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