10 Things You Don’t Find Out Until You’re Married

(i.e., when it’s too late)

Your in-laws really believe they have gained another kid to boss around.

Your spouse does not know how to… replace toilet paper rolls, tell if the garbage can is full, do laundry, go grocery shopping.

A roll of toilet paper attached to the wall of...
You now understand the term “selective hearing”.

Don’t leave your razor in the shower – he will use it. (You can tell because he leaves his hair in it).

You hear him blow his nose – in the shower.

Never, ever attempt to launder her girl clothes. Not. Ever.

Do NOT blow off her birthday, Valentines day, Christmas, or your anniversary. She will buy her own present.

He thinks your input is nagging.

She thinks your input is criticism.

4/3.2011 - a lovely mess

No one is as tidy as they pretended to be

Sewing Room Messy

There are happy surprises, so don’t be discouraged. You will learn a lot about each other – all the time. I am still finding things out about hubby I didn’t know, after 25 years.



4 thoughts on “10 Things You Don’t Find Out Until You’re Married

  1. As a husband, I must protest as I don’t do any of these things.
    I will be lying on teh couch with the remote awaiting apologies.
    (I’ll be the lump behind the bags of potato chips and the short stack of dirty dishes.)
    (What? I’ll clean it up later. My wife gets home late.)


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