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- Advice to person about to marry - Don't. First appeared in Punch magazine, in 1845.
- My wife says I never listen, or something like that.......................
- Eighty percent of married men cheat in America. The rest cheat in Europe.
- A woman worries about her future until she finds a husband, but a man never worries about the future until he takes a wife.
- Marriage is an institution in which a man loses his bachelor's degree and the woman gets her master's.
- It doesn't matter how often a married man changes his job, he still ends up with the same boss.
- Don't marry for money, you can borrow it cheaper.
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Life After MarriageDaniel and Jessica, young couple, got married and went happily on their honeymoon. When they got back, Jessica immediately 'phoned her mother and her mother obviously asked, 'How was the honeymoon, dearest?' 'Oh, Ma,' she replied, 'the honeymoon was wonderful. So romantic...' Then Jessica burst out crying. 'But, Ma, as soon as we returned home Daniel started using the most ghastly language... saying things I've never heard before! I mean, all these awful 4-letter words! You've got to come get me and take me home.... Please Ma.' 'Calm down, Jessica!,' said her mother, 'Tell me, what could be so awful? What 4-letter words?' Still sobbing, Jessica whispered, 'Oh, Ma...words like dust, wash, cook, and iron.'
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Wedding Present - Kindly sent in by JC.I would like to thank you all for coming here today to celebrate my daughter's wedding. Just for your information the seating arrangement has been specially organised with all of the people that bought large presents being placed towards the front and those that bought cheaper smaller presents at the back. (Pause) There is a special thanks for uncle Fred who is at the back for the oven glove. (Pause) The bride would like to ask uncle Fred if she could have the other glove for their Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Try Something DifferentOne father of the bride speech started with this poem by Cosmo Monkhouse There was an old party of Lyme Who married three wives at a time When asked, 'Why the third?' He replied, 'One's absurd And bigamy, sir, is a crime!
- Basically, my wife was immature. I'd be at home in the bath and she'd come in and sink my boats. - Woody Allen
- Marriage is based on the theory that when a man discovers a particular brand of beer exactly to his taste, he should at once throw in his job and go to work in the brewery - George Nathan
- Confucius say, 'Man who sinks into woman's arms; soon has his arms in woman's sink.'
- Married couples, who love each other, tell each other a thousand things without talking. - Chinese Proverb
- Marriage is like wine - It gets better with age. - Dudley Moore
- Successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person. Germaine Greer
- It was an emotional wedding. The mother of the bride cried. Even the cake was in tiers.
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- Early in your marriage you will find it difficult to get the last word in any discussion. With time, though, you will learn how to always get the last two words in every discussion; just make sure the words are: 'Yes dear.'
- When my daughter announced she planned to marry the groom I thought I had better carry out some background checks. So I went to his local police station and asked if he was well behaved. The sergeant behind the desk was very reassuring. Apparently they never had any bother with him whenever he spent the night there.
- Marriage is an institution, and that's where a couple finish up. See our British Royal Wedding jokes.
The Secret of a Successful Marriage'The thrill, the excitement is gone from my marriage,' George complains to his mate, Tony. 'Why not add some intrigue to your life and have an affair?' suggests Tony naughtily. 'But what if my wife finds out?' frowns George. 'Lummee, George,' explains Tony, 'this is the 21st century we live in, mate. Go ahead and tell her about it.' So George returns home and says, 'Poppet, I think an affair will bring us closer together.' 'Forget it,' replies his wife. 'I've tried that - it didn't work.'
Clue to Happiness in MarriageTo be happy with a man, you must understand him a lot and love him a little. To be happy with a woman, you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all.
- 'What do you like most in me, my pretty face or my sexy body?' Carla asked her husband. Christopher looked at her from head to toe and replied, 'I like your sense of humour.'
- The five essential words for a good marriage: 'I apologize' and 'You are right.'
- A wedding ring may not be as tight as a tourniquet, but it does an equally good job of stopping circulation.
- If your wife wants to learn how to drive, don't stand in her way.
- My opinions are my wife's, and she says I'm lucky to have them.
Advice To The Couple[In the form of a cake recipe] Ingredients: 4lbs of love ½ lb of sweet temper 1lb of butter of youth 1lb of blindness of faults 1lb of pounded wit 1lb of good humour 2lbs of sweet argument 1 pint of rippling laughter 1 wine glass of common sense A dash of modesty Method: Put the love, good looks and a sweet temper into a well-furnished house. Beat the butter of youth into a cream and mix well together with the blindness of faults. Stir the pounded wit and good humour into the sweet argument, then add the rippling laughter and common sense. Work the whole together until everything is well mixed and bake gently forever.
A Funny Marriage Poem: Yes, I'll Marry You by Pam AyresYes, I'll marry you, my dear, And here's the reason why; So I can push you out of bed When the baby starts to cry, And if we hear a knocking And it's creepy and it's late, I hand you the torch you see, And you investigate. Yes I'll marry you, my dear, You may not apprehend it, But when the tumble-drier goes It's you that has to mend it, You have to face the neighbour Should our Labrador attack him, And if a drunkard fondles me It's you that has to whack him. Yes, I'll marry you, You're virile and you're lean, My house is like a pigsty You can help to keep it clean. That sexy little dinner Which you served by candlelight, As I do chipolatas, You can cook it every night! It's you who has to work the drill and put up curtain track, And when I've got PMT it's you who gets the flak, I do see great advantages, But none of them for you, And so before you see the light, I do, I do, I do!
An Amusing and Funny Nuptials PoemMarriage is about giving and taking And forging and forsaking Kissing and loving and pushing and shoving Caring and Sharing and screaming and swearing About being together whatever the weather About being driven to the end of your tether About Sweetness and kindness And wisdom and blindness It's about being strong when you're feeling quite weak It's about saying nothing when you're dying to speak It's about being wrong when you know you are right It's about giving in, before there's a fight It's about you two living as cheaply as one[you can give us a call if you know how that's done] Never heeding advice that was always well meant Never counting the cost until it's all spent And for you two today it's about to begin And for all that the two of you had to put in Some days filled with joy, and some days with sadness Too late you'll discover that marriage is madness.
Fathers Are PreparedAs an aside, it's interesting that twice as many people trawl Google for 'Father of the bride speeches' than search for 'best man speeches'. What also amuses Guy is that in my family normally it's the women who have the most to say, yet at the reception there is no convention that allows the women to make a speech. Please send us your father of the bride speeches, and thus help others prepare for this occasion, which drains not only the bank balance, but also the emotions!
The Origin of HoneymoonIf we go back 4,500 years to Babylon, the custom was for the bride's father to supply his son-in-law with all the mead he could drink for a month. Now mead is known as honey beer and because their calendar was calculated from the moon, this period was called the honey month, which translates to honeymoon.
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