Ebook Volume 43 Before & After Wedding Humour
A husband went to buy a birthday gift for his wife and he wanted to get something special. At the store, he spotted some cute little music boxes. One white one was playing ‘Happy Birthday.’ Thinking they were all the same, he chose a green one and had it gift-wrapped.
Later, at her birthday celebration where 100 guests were present, he gave it to his wife and asked her to open it.
When she lifted the lid, out came the tune to, ‘The Old Grey Mare, She Ain’t What She Used to Be!’
Every honest mistake deserves our gracious forgiveness.
Wife: Honey, we need to talk; do you feel that the romance and excitement have gone out of our marriage?
Husband (watching TV): I’ll discuss it with you during the next commercial.
If a man does nothing to a leak when the rain is already pouring in, he has no one to blame if his whole house is flooded.
Alice: Work is the magic word around the house.
Jean: What do you mean?
Alice: When I say ‘work’, my husband disappears.
A husband who leaves all the arduous chores for his poor wife to handle without lifting a finger to help should be reprimanded.
Darrell who has been married for five years said, “I always know that if I come back from the office to a beautiful smiling wife, a sparkling clean home and a mouth-watering delicious meal ─ I’m in the wrong house.”
Husbands who keep harping on the weaknesses of their wives instead of complimenting them on their strengths, are weakening instead of strengthening their marriages.