How to BeginYour Married Life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
January 28, 2010 10:33am CST
This joke is not original with me, but I thought you might enjoy it! The story is told of three men who began talking one day about their wives. The first man said, “When we got married, I told my wife in no uncertain terms that from now on she would have to do all the cooking. Well, the first day after I told her, I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But on the third day when I came home from work, the table was set, a wonderful dinner was prepared...and there was even dessert.” The second man spoke up, “I sat my wife down and told her that from now on she would have to do all the shopping, and also do all the cleaning. The first day I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. But on the third day when I came home, the whole house was spotless, and in the pantry the shelves were filled with groceries.” The third man sat up straight, pushed out his chest and said: “I gave my wife a stern look and told her that from now on she would have to do all the cooking, shopping and housecleaning. Well the first day I saw nothing. The second day I still saw nothing. But on the third day I could see a little bit out of my left eye.”
28 Jan 10
It's funny that I came across this joke on mylot, a few days ago my husband told me this one and I nearly peed my pants. I think that it is funny how a man thinks that a women should be the only one to cook,clean, do the shopping and take care of the house and kids. I thank God everyday that my husband isn't like that. He is always sure to help out with the cooking, cleaning and children. He knows that while I might be a stay at home mom, it isn't always easy to get everything that I need to get done, so he tries to help out. Aside from doing all that I also have school work to do because I am trying to become a licensed writer and he always makes sure to offer to help out there too. I love this joke though, thanks for posting it.
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28 Jan 10
My wife and I got married in 1967 and had our children fairly quickly. We are now having to raise two of our grandchildren--long story-but I am helping her a lot more now than when we were young. I told her not long ago that I don't know how she did it back then. She said, "I don't know either!" Ouch!