Based upon the recent SCOTUS rulings and IMHO it is time for all of us to welcome our LGBT brothers and sisters to the wonders and blessings of marriage in these United States:
o After the honeymoon is over you will find that your partner has a problem with your ability to listen to him or her
o After the honeymoon is over you will find that your partner has a problem with your work habits (e.g., you work too much, you don't work enough, you need to get a second job, you care more about the people at the office than you care about me, etc.)
o After the honeymoon is over you will find that someone else will be controlling your finances
o After the honeymoon is over you will find that your earnings will never be enough
o After the honeymoon is over your partner's clothes will never fit as well as they did on the day before the honeymoon
o After the honeymoon is over you should be prepared to hand over half of what you have, if you live in a community property state
o After the honeymoon is over you should be prepared to pay alimony to your ex-partner, if you live in one of the states that allow for it
o After the honeymoon is over you and your partner will get to enjoy the benefits of federal and state tax penalties for married couples
I could go on, but I'm sure you get the point, marriage in these United State is truly a wonderful and blessed institution that should be enjoyed by all.
Old fashion was far superior to the new fashion. Honesty was once the best policy. Now it will get you fired and put in jail. In the old system there were few laws but they were followed and enforced. Now there are so many laws that the only way you can do anything is to break a law but it is OK because illegal is accepted as OK.
I agree, but I'll bet she at least had the courtesy to have your beer iced and ready before you left for the lake, and not only baited her hook, but baited your hook while she tuned in Rush on your transistor radio for you.
Yes, I guess ricky is right, I am old-fashioned, and I guess those days are gone for ever.
At least my dog (Old Blue) still loves me. If he could only learn to tune in Rush on my transistor, then I think I would marry him.