Being married to the one you love is an incredible feeling that’s almost impossible to top. That being said, marriage and living together isn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
You need to be able to compromise and negotiate, since it can be incredibly tricky to make your life puzzle pieces fit together. Sometimes you have to give up certain things or habits you’ve had for a long time, but that’s life – and you might be off better for doing so in the end!
I found this story earlier today, and although it’s a bit on the extreme end, I just had to give a big belly laugh when I read the last line. I’m sure you will do the same!
After many years of marriage, Marie was completely fed up with her husband farting loudly and disgustingly all night long.
She would tell him that he was going to blow his guts out if he kept it up like that. He would just laugh, getting pleasure from annoying her so much.
Then one morning, after a horrible night spent bathed in fumes from his bowels, she’s outside on the farm, butchering a chicken. As she’s pulling the guts out, she stops to look at them and gets an idea.
She smiles. If her pleading won’t make him stop, she sure as hell can give him a scare. She decided she would wait until he’d passed out in bed that night to carry out her dirty deed.
When her husband was sound asleep, she took the bowl of chicken guts to the bedroom, pulled down the covers, pulled her husband’s underwear down and emptied the bowl. Then she pulled up his underwear up again, went to wash her hands and went to bed.
Later that night, at about 2 AM, she woke up, and found that she was alone in bed. She saw a light coming from the under the bathroom door, and could hear grunting and an occasional whimper.
Scared of what she might find, she slowly pushed the door open.
And there, on the bathroom floor, bent over, with his ass in the air, was her husband with a terrified look on his face.
He said, “My God, it finally happened. You were right, Marie. I shit my guts right out my ass while I was sleeping. But, with the help of God and a curtain rod, I’ve got ‘em all back up where they belong.”
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