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Sometimes, life gives your relationship a test. In this case, we observe how this boyfriend and girlfriend would fare when it comes to the “in sickness and in health” part of a marriage vow.

heart condition

Yikes. Better luck next time.

We’ll forgive that she refers to herself in the third person as “your beloved” for now, seeing as she’s nursing a heart condition. But maybe I should try that. “Hey honey, want to meet your beloved for a coffee after work?. . . No? Well your beloved misses you!” …Sounds like the setup for a horror movie.

Stay tuned next week for five full days of TMXS!

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Surprise! You’re the “other woman”.

never said my divorce was final

Listen. When I took you out to dinner and brought you home, I thought you were doing that with the knowledge that my soon-to-be-ex-wife will be stopping by in the morning to pick up more of her stuff. Oh, and please disregard her panties hanging up to dry in the bathroom. You didn’t know I still had a wife? Well. That’s your fault. You should have checked my facebook  relationship status.


Sometimes, there’s more drama offstage than on.

You haven't told her

I’m going to wager that his thoughts, had we filled in the words instead of a lingering ellipsis, would have been something like this.


Come on girls, don’t be creepy.

Have you considered marriage?

Have they considered eloping in Canada?


Ladies, aren’t we always saying we want to find a man who’s ready to commit? Sounds like this guy is on the right track!

We should settle downOh wait… commit and give up aren’t the same thing? Right.

Guys, take notice: nothing is more desirable in a mate than when he possesses a complete lack of ambition or drive, and has a total willingness for your daddy to take care of him.


Certain things just don’t ring well in the bedroom.

Not the girl I'm going to marry

I’m going to say chances are, she did know. Chances are, she agreed with him. But perhaps that was something better discussed over tea. . . or at least breakfast.



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