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Statement itself is contradictory,You can either be happy or married but not both!
 
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LOL Pradeep, I just replied to you message. Check your private messages.
 
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A woman told me the secret to a happy married life was that a woman should be a maid in the bathroom, a chef in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom.
 
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Originally posted by Rufus BugleWeed:
A woman told me the secret to a happy married life was that a woman should be a maid in the bathroom, a chef in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom.
I prefer a slut in the kitchen, a hostess in the bathroom, a chef in the lounge, a maid in the bedroom
 
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Talk, talk then talk some more. Er, within limits.
Things that have been known to destroy a marrriage:
Bad cooking.
Sloppy housekeeping.
Tardiness in all things , for example not paying bills in time.
Different goals. He wants to play cricket every weekend, she does not.
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[ November 06, 2003: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
 
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Happy marriage is hard work. You need the following:
1) Communication: Most couples communicate too much. If you're in the market for a wife, try not to get one of them "talkers". A woman who can't keep her mouth closed spells T-R-U-B-B-L-E.
2) Passion: Lack of passion in a marriage, or worse, one-sided passion, is a huge problem. How many of us have seen a couple where the woman didn't share her partner's passion for football? When I see this, I want to help, but I know I can't.
3) Sharing the work: This is a common problem for a lot of new couples. You're out there slinging bits all day and when you get home, the house is a mess and the meal isn't on the table. No big deal, you think, for food we got TelePizza. And a little mess never bothered you before, why should it now. Your wife starts yammering about how she has a "job" too and the two of you have to share the housework. This is where you wish you'd followed my advice in point one.
This one is easy. Explain to her that her position as a Yarn Barn professional, while taxing, doesn't qualify as a "job". Then explain to her that you lived in a pig-sty and used take-out pizza boxes as furniture for years before you met her, so it's no big deal for you to do that now.
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Originally posted by Tim Allen:
Happy marriage is hard work . . .
You old sentimentalist
I like a tidy house but my mum turns into an obsession. I get out the OJ from the fridge, put it down. Go across the kitchen, get a glass from the cupboard go back to the OJ ... ? Its gone! Its back in the fridge! What the ...?! Same thing for the knife or plate when I try to make a sandwich, or the milk when I turn my back to get a teabag and mug.
The only way to counter this is to stuff everything into you pockets and under your arms then guard it all while you get your snack or bevarage together. Or get mum to do it. They love it really!
 
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One more point. Never compare your woman to your mother or your man to your father.
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Secrect to Happy Married Life is a Sceret.
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:
Statement itself is contradictory,You can either be happy or married but not both!


I will Disagree !!!
My friend's name is "happy" and he is married.
 
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Originally posted by V�r�n Kha�n�:
My friend's name is "happy"


Aankh Ke Andhe Aur Naam Nainsukh
Name against the nature of man.
 
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Varun,
Like Bala..jji and ravish did you took vacation.???
aw new ornaments in your name looks good . are they from that "vacation place"?

Originally posted by V�r�n Kha�n�:

I will Disagree !!!
My friend's name is "happy" and he is married.

 
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Maza, It will be nice if you also take some vacation.Why people(especially Indian 'super patriots' staying in US) divert the issue and start attacking personally is beyond my imagination.
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:
Maza, ...


Were Mazha's wording offending ??
Something must be wrong with me ... I find it normal :-|
[ November 07, 2003: Message edited by: R K Singh ]
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:
Maza, It will be nice if you also take some vacation.


Will you join with me
 
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is a bad idea. Happy marriage is a rare phenomenon. Not that there are no happy couples, but they would have been happier remaining single.
 
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One important thing to do in a happy marriage is accept and enjoy growing old together.
Since women age poorly, this is easier for the guy. You can enjoy prodding and making fun of your wife as her body parts begin to sag and her face gets all wrinkly. It's especially fun to poke her ever increasing posterior and say "ah, yes, ole dumplin".
If she says something about you getting older too, chuckle lovingly and then wink at the next firm skinned twenty year old girl who comes along. If it works for Sean Connery it should work for you!
Remember that your wife's body will seem more and more her enemy as she gets older. She'll go through a drying up and shrinking period known as "Menopause" when she gets a bit older. It will be less stressful for everyone if you clear out and go fishing when she begins to experience this. She's liable to become all weepy and puffy and have hot flashes. That's when you really need to come through as a husband and make sure your club memberships are all in order so you can clear out and get out of her (thinning) hair.
 
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Thanks for the course in how to behave, Tim. Murder Victim 101?
 
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