Even Einstein Has Problems

Albert Einstein is giving a very important lecture to the scientific community on his ground-breaking theories on Quantum and Relativity with his wife watching along in the front row. At the end of his spectacular talk, his audience gives him a well deserved standing ovation.

Albert Einstein then leaves the podium and makes his way back to his study. As he does this, one of his fellow professors notices that instead of looking very content, Einstein appears very gloomy. So he follows Einstein to his study and says to him, "What a fantastic, brilliant speech, Albert. I have never heard anything finer. But why are you looking so down? What possible reason can you have for looking so unhappy?"

"Thank you my friend for thinking of me," replies Albert Einstein. "But the reason why I am sad is that I’m having some trouble at home. I just can’t help feeling that my wife doesn't understand me."

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