People who are married spend a lot of time communicating, be it important stuff like kids and jobs, or trivial things like what they saw during a walk. It’s all important, and the more communication, the better. Even when they aren’t communicating, they can be thinking about communicating. Lots of people run through conversations in their heads.
It helps them prepare for any eventuality. But these are just training runs – kind of like workouts for your conversation skills. The real thing doesn’t always go as planned, and you can find yourself married without exchanging a simple word for years. Between you and us, sometimes it’s better to keep our mouths shut.
If He Can't Tell the Difference, He Doesn't Need to Know
There are still many women who hold great sway when it comes to the kitchen. Whether or not their husband can or wants to help make dinner, they might not have the opportunity to. That's because the woman of the household knows how to do things cheaply, quickly, and right.
Often that means little shortcuts like using garlic powder from a little seasoning bottle instead of getting garlic and washing it and chopping it up, and all the other little steps that come with that. So much easier just to get a powdered version. And if it tastes the same; why not?
Divergent Methods of Thought
It's hard to come up with someone who is actually what anybody would call “normal.” It's like...is there an actual average person? Probably not. There are lots of people who dance around it, but everybody has their own strange thing, like collecting popsicle sticks or being really into making salsa. Or dancing salsa.
No two people will look at a certain stimulus the same way, as this text conversation proves. Lots of adults just can't continue thinking about things normally. They have to strike out on their own path, or they'll feel too confined, too constrained. They have to get a tree swallow named Gene living in the mailbox.
At Least Somebody Is Having a Good Morning
Bless us, but there's nothing that gets the humor flowing faster than the word “nekkid.” Obviously, some people pronounce it like that, but it still gives us a chuckle. Anyway, onto more important matters. Let's move to the important things in life, like kids and how they drive us up the walls.
This simple good morning text, perhaps after one-half of a relationship has headed to work, also included an update on the boys, which seems like something that is often necessary. Still, there are a lot worse things the boys could be doing. Running around with toys to the "Star Wars" theme sounds like a pretty good time, with or without clothes.
We're All Trying to Figure This Out
It's hard to tell if this tweet is about condiments as they sit on the table for consumption or bottles in the fridge before setting the table or making a sandwich, but it's clear that it's going to work. If you know where something is, and then it's gone, it can throw anybody for a loop in a hurry.
But why would this wife choose to do such a thing to her loving husband? We can't fathom a guess, but maybe she's just trying to point out to him that he has to be a little more observant, and instead of being like a kid, he should join her on the other side.