If you give your husband a truck (or SUV with 4 wheel drive), he’s going to want to take it off-roading.
When he looks for places to go off-roading, he’s going to locate an accessible beach.
He’ll want to spend the whole weekend there, so he’ll want to invite his friends.
He’ll call them all and start to plan.
When he’s making his plan, he’ll realize they’ll need food to eat. Thinking about the food will make him think about how they will store and prepare it.
He’ll want to bring a grill.
You’ll have to get some charcoal
and a cooler (or two).
Of course, he’ll also want to try everything out before his trip.
He’ll ask you to taste test his recipes.
He’ll hit a home run.
Then we’ll all do a happy dance to celebrate.
Dancing after eating so much food will be uncomfortable, so he’ll want to lie down to digest.
He’ll probably start thinking of how much space his and his buddies’ supplies will take up and how uncomfortable the ride will be.
He’ll have to get a trailer hitch.
He’ll see how much room he now has to play with and he’ll think of ways to fill it.
Then he’ll discover a thing called a chuck box.
He’ll find some wood and want to make one himself.
You’ll watch him get hooks, hinges, and a tiny working sink.
When the chuck box is finished,
… when the chuck box is finished…
… when two months of weekends spent in the garage have passed and the chuck box is still not finished,
you both will want to get out of the house.
Wanting to get out of the house will cause him to spend more time thinking places his truck can take you.
And chances are,
if he thinks about his truck (or SUV),
he’ll want to take it off-roading.