15 Wise Teachings – Funny Advice For Your Married Life
We all need advice at some point in our lives. How else will we learn about the ups and downs of married life if not by listening to the wise teachings of our parent, friends and other learned mentors? Although trial and error is a great way to learn sometimes, it’s better to learn from the mistakes of other people and listen to the advice of those around you.
Married life is serious business and the everyday trials and tribulations can bring you down. A sincere advice given in a funny way is bound to make your day and give you renewed vigor to tackle all that life throws at you.
So, read the following funny advice about married life to perk you up
1. Good things don’t come to those who wait
There is no fate far worse than being alone or broke. Always remember those good things come to those who work for it. So make an effort and strive for things that you and your partner want in life. Those who wait for good things are going to be left waiting! Making the couch your home isn’t going to help.
2. Don’t ask for something twice
If your partner says no to you once, don’t pester them again. Don’t beg, and be big enough to take no for an answer. Be kind and courteous to them when they have said yes to your request. Also, you can still be mean, but don’t be excessively mean to them when they have denied your requisition.
3. Learn to apologize properly
Don’t wait to get permission. Act now and if your idea doesn’t work out be ready to apologize sincerely. You will need it from time to time to get back in the good grace of your partner.
4. In an argument never be the first to hit
This funny advice will save your hide and keep you relatively safe. Whenever you are in an argument never be the first to lash at your partner. But make sure that you get in the last punch.
5. Make sure that you do not give up on your dreams
Keep sleeping so that you are not forced to give up your dreams.
6. Don’t yell at your kids
This funny advice will help you keep your kids in line. Whenever you and your spouse want your kids to do your bidding, don’t yell at them – lean closer and whisper. It’s much scarier and doubly effective.
7. Treat your problems like a dog would
If you and your partner are facing a problem that refuses to die away, treat it like your dog would- if you can’t eat it then walk away!
8. Always give 100%
Whatever common goals you share with your spouse, always give your 100% unless it is your blood or your money.
9. Celebrate your birthday annually
It’s a scientific fact that people who celebrate most birthdays tend to live the longest.
10. Never lend money to your friends
If you lend money to your friends forget about it because you will never be repaid.
11. In case of fire
If there is a fire in your house, be sure to exit the building (with your partner) before tweeting about it.
12. How to save yourself from extra work
If you don’t want your partner to ask you to do something again, be sure to do it wrong the first time.
13. How to be happy in your job
This funny advice is for all those people who feel themselves trapped and suffocated in their jobs – move! Do something that you truly love!
14. If you need money borrow from a pessimist
If you need money then borrow from a pessimist because he will not expect it back.
If the battery of your phone lasts longer than your relationships then definitely you are doing something wrong.
Wrapping it up
Marriage is a relationship between two people where one person is always right, and the other one is the husband.
These funny pieces of advice remind you to stop and enjoy life. They remind you to take a step back, provide a different perspective on life, and give you a reason to laugh. These pieces of funny advice will touch each person differently. Although we are all connected and often share the same interests, it’s our life experiences and how we deal with them define the kind of people we are.
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