Monday, January 27, 2014

Marriage and Men

- When a man decides to marry, it may be the last decision he'll ever make.

- Some men who speak with authority at work know enough to bow to a higher authority at home.

- A dish towel will certainly wipe the contented look off a married man's face.

- Love is the quest, marriage is the conquest, divorce is the inquest.

- An engagement is an urge on the verge of a merge.

- Marriage brings music to a man's life. He learns to play second fiddle.

- Getting married is one mistake every man should make.

- A well-informed man is one whose wife has just told him what she thinks of him.

- Courtship, unlike proper punctuation, is a period before a sentence.

- The argument you just won with your wife isn't over yet.

- Before criticizing your wife's faults, you must remember it may have been these very defects that prevented her from getting a better husband than the one she married!

4 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Thanks for going through all that stuff to find out how to keep my timeline squared up.

linda eller said...

My fav is an urge on the verge of a merge!!! Happy Monday to you both!

Carole Barkett said...

I really like the last one.

Charles said...

I like.