Wednesday, November 2, 2016

11 THINGS I'VE LEARNED THAT HUSBANDS SHOULD'T DO:


A little Wednesday humor ... :)
1. NEVER tell your wife you're bringing her a surprise and then show up with a broom or cleaning supplies as the gift. 
2. NEVER refer to watching your own kids as “babysitting.” When a 15 year old girl from church does it, it’s called babysitting. When you do it, it’s called being a dad and taking care of your own children.
3. NEVER say, “It must be that time of the month, eh?” EVEN IF IT IS … don’t say that. It means T.R.O.U.B.L.E.
4. NEVER suggest that your job is harder than hers, even if you feel it is. Duh!
5. NEVER say, “You are just like your mother.” If you do, she’ll probably go spend some time with her mother and leave you sleeping in your bed … alone.
6. NEVER suggest that your driving is superior to hers ... EVEN if you feel it really is.
7. NEVER say, “Are you REALLY going to wear that?” Unless of course you are wanting a black eye.
8. NEVER be critical about your wife’s new haircut. Husbands, please reread this one, because this one might get you in more trouble than all the rest … combined. Although husbands don't care one way or another, I've learned that "Bangs" or "No Bangs" can be a life or death decision to a woman. So always compliment ... don't criticize.
9. NEVER expect a medal for doing a little housework. It's easy for us men to get the crazy idea that we should get a reward if we help around the house a little bit. Guys, it’s your house too … help pick it up.
10. NEVER ask, “Have you put on a little weight lately?” Even if she’s knocking over lamps in the living-room, there is NEVER a time to ask it that way.
11. NEVER compare your wife’s cooking to your own mother’s. And saying anything like, “Well, that’s not the way my Mom did it,” will only cause you to have to spend a lot of time with your Mom.
:) :)
Laugh, enjoy your marriage, and have a great day.

4 comments:

  1. Never Say You spent money on that outfit? LOL This was so right on and appreciated! It was my early morning laugh :-)

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  2. #2 is so true! I have actually had people ask me as the mother if I was babysitting. I was link um...I am her mother. I don't consider it babysitting. I am mommying. Haha

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  3. Spot on! Love it all, especially #1. Really guys!?!

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