www.romwell.com          
RomWell Business Guide RomWell Education Pages RomWell Cookbook RomWell Humor Pages RomWell Entertainment Pages Shopping With Us
SPONSORED LINKS


TRAVEL GUIDE
  Travel Advisory
  Destinations Guide
  Travel Info
  Transportations
  Attractions Info
  Travel Tips
  Sports & Outdoors
  Budget Travel
  Travel Site Map
  RomWell Video Channel
RECOMMENDED BOOKS
  Books Bestsellers
  Travel Guide Secrets To Europe
  Travel Guide To Florence
  Real Healthy Travel & Socializing
  Make Money In Travel
  FREE Classic Fairy Tales
  Other Great Books
Information, humor & jokes about relationship
 

Humor & Jokes About Relationship

"Matrimony is the root of all evil" ~ Author Unknown

Catholic Archbishop was visiting a small parish in a mining district one day for the purpose of administering confirmation, and asked one nervous little girl what matrimony is.

"It is a state of terrible torment which those who enter are compelled to undergo for a time to prepare them for a brighter and better world," she said.

"No, no," remonstrated her rector; "that isn't matrimony: that's the definition of purgatory."

"Leave her alone," said the Archbishop; "maybe she is right. What do you and I know about it?"

*   *   *

WHERE AM I?

"Where am I?" the invalid exclaimed, waking from the long delirium of fever and feeling the comfort that loving hands had supplied. "Where am I—in heaven?"

"No, dear," cooed his wife; "I am still with you."

*   *   *

MARRIAGE SUCCESS

"Was Helen's marriage a success?" asked young cousin who was late for wedding ceremony.

"Goodness, yes. Why, she is now married to a nobleman on the alimony," said the local Judge who attended the wedding.

*   *   *

SUCH A PESSIMIST

JENNIE: — "What makes George such a pessimist?"

JACK: —"Well, he's been married three times—once for love, once for money and the last time for a home."

*   *   *

HAPPILY MARRIED

MRS. SMITH: "Is your daughter happily mar'd, Mrs. Lucas?"

MRS. LUCAS: "She sho' is! Bless goodness she's done got a husband dat's scared to death of her!"

*   *   *

WORDS

"I can take a hundred words a minute," said the stenographer.

"I often take more than that," said the prospective employer; "but then I have to, I'm married."

*   *   *

A HALF CENTURY OF CONFLICT

A young lady entered a book store and inquired of the gentlemanly clerk—a married man, by-the-way—if he had a book suitable for an old gentleman who had been married fifty years.

Without the least hesitation the clerk reached for a copy of Parkman's "A Half Century of Conflict."

*   *   *

MOURNFUL THING

O'Flanagan came home one night with a deep band of black crape around his hat.

"Why, Mike!" exclaimed his wife. "What are ye wearin' thot mournful thing for?"

"I'm wearin' it for your first husband," replied Mike firmly. "I'm sorry he's dead."

*   *   *

WHY WAIT?

HIS BETTER HALF: —"I think it's time we got Lizzie married and settled down, Alfred. She will be twenty-eight next week you know."

HER LESSER HALF: —"Oh, don't hurry, my dear. Better wait till the right sort of man comes along."

HIS BETTER HALF: —"But why wait? I didn't!"

RELATED  LINKS

Relationships Index Page
Bring Romance Back Into a Marriage
How to Get The Sex Life You Want
Love And Sex
Humor & Jokes About Relationship
Marriage Quotes
Find Attraction
Dating & Relationship Articles
More About Dating
How to Seduce a Woman Using 'Deflection Theory'
Guys: Body Language Basics for Seducing Women

 
  Home : Info Pages : Privacy : Site Map
: Contact Us
: References