Keeping it light to keep the flame glowing
❝ I left it at that and when I arrived home expecting to see a different man ...
MARRIAGE over the years can become routine, mundane and complacent with the pressures of work and just life itself plus striving to get to where we want to be.
Well I’d like to share our bit of humour recently.
My husband and a few of the guys from his crew decided to take a wager, on who can grow the longest beard.
No trims before getting their ‘pink-slip’.
Well it’s been six months and I must admit his beard is soft but he’s starting to look like a cave man.
Last week on his arrival home for a well-deserved break, I sent him a text from work to say we may be playing barefoot bowls. He answered “OK”.
I text back saying, “I’ll need to trim your hair and beard”. His answer was a resounding no.
My text back was “yes, it will be fine”.
Strangely he answered back that he was on the way to the barbers now.
My reply was “I’m hurt you don’t trust me” and he answered “it’s not that, it’s because you don’t wear your glasses”
I left it at that and when I arrived home expecting to see a different man, I said “You haven’t been to the barber?”.
His answer was - “yes I did, they said I didn’t need a trim”. I had to laugh.
Have you seen the advert on TV, M& M’s Cupboard – Get in the bowl.
There’s a lady resting on the lounge who says “hey babe, I could really go for a snack”.
He heads to the cupboard and opens it, he’s attacked with flying objects hitting him in the head. The M & Ms are lined up with a slice of bread, can of drink, and a banana ready to let loose.
He looks at them and tells them to get in the bowl.
They in turn say “You get in the bowl”.
Hubby and I use this line on each other to breakdown the barrier on situations and it’s a crack up every time.