How To Be A Good Husband
He consistently spills things in the same
location as to avoid making more than one
stain in the carpet.
He sees to it that he doesn't always sit in
the same place on the couch, to avoid making
those unsightly twin-divots.
He masters the art of halfway-communication
so that he can watch TV and still answer: uh huh,
oh, I see what you mean, etc. at the right time.
He is able to avoid use of the same excuse
He has learned that a new vacuum cleaner, iron,
etc. do not make acceptable anniversary presents.
Admits with only minor prodding that watching
Monday Night Football together does not constitute
a "date" or family home evening (where applicable).
Has learned all of the childrens' names so that he
doesn't have to refer to them as, "Hey, you there".
Knows the proper time to give a sincere compliment
and also the proper time to say something such as,
"Its definitely an interesting dress."
[ Author Unknown -- from Aiken Drum ]
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