A friend sent an email to me, and this was what I read. I have never laughed so hard.
How do you know if you’re in love, lust, or marriage?
Love – when your eyes meet across a crowded room
Lust – when your tongues meet across a crowded room
Marriage – when your belt won’t meet around your waist, and you don’t care
Love – when intercourse is called making love
Lust – when intercourse is referred to as everything else but making love
Marriage – what’s intercourse?
Love – when you argue over how many children to have
Lust – when you argue over who gets the wet spot
Marriage – when you argue over money and everything else
Love – when you share everything you own
Lust – when you think twice about giving her bus money
Marriage – when the bank owns everything
Love – when it doesn’t matter if you don’t climax
Lust – when the relationship is over if you don’t climax
Marriage – what’s a climax?
Love – when you phone each other just to say hi
Lust – when you phone each other just to organize sex
Marriage – when you phone each other to find out what time your son’s game starts
Love – when you write poems about your lover
Lust – when you only write your number
Marriage – when you only write checks
Love – when you show concern for your lover’s feelings
Lust – when you don’t give a shit about their feelings
Marriage – when your only concern is what’s on the TV
Love – when your farewell is “I love you”
Lust – when your farewell is “Same time next week?”
Marriage – when your farewell is silent
Love – when you are proud to be seen in public with your lover
Lust – when you only ever see your partner in the bedroom
Marriage – when you never see each other awake
Love – when your heart flutters each time you see each other
Lust – when your groin twitches each time you see each other
Marriage – when your wallet empties each time you see each other
Love – when no one else matters
Lust – when no one else knows
Marriage – when everyone else matters and you don’t care who knows
Love – when all the songs on the radio describe exactly how you feel
Lust - when it’s all just that mushy shit
Marriage – you never listen to music
Love – when breaking up is something you try not to think about
Lust – when staying together is something you try not to think about
Marriage – when just getting through today is your only thought
Love – when you’re interested in everything your partner does
Lust – when your only interest is sex
Marriage – when you’re not interested in what your partner does and the one thing you’re interested in is your golf score.
that is funny. however, guess my marriage was really love after all....
I suppose my marriage had elements of all three...
what's happenin cagsil? u like the joke?
That was great... I think I am in all three categories along the way... but which ever one I am in the wallet is always empty..
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