My parents are high school sweethearts. (I know, it’s adorable.) Some days, I amconvinced they’re truly in love. They are affectionate with each otherand really do seem like they’reeach other’s partner-in-crime, and it’s a beautiful thing to witness.Other days, they solely communicate through bloodcurdling screams. It is miraculous and somewhat hilarious to watch how rapidly their behavior shifts from lovey doveytoliteral disgust. Seriously, how do they do it? I don’t know, you guys. But that’s marriage for you!
Personally, I’m not one to shy away fromsomething great, despite the fact that there’s a risk it could eventually suck. I absolutely want to get married,even ifthat means I face the possibility of my husband growing to resent and divorce me. (That 50 percent divorce rate is real and it’s scary.) But when I hear my mom talk about how much she wants to kill my dad (again), or if Ilearnabout a couple who hasn’thad sex in, like, five years, I can’t help but think,
Here are 17 tweets aboutmarriage that’ll make you think the same. (And also laugh, because these are funny and kind of make me want to get married more. What? What? I didn’t say that.)
Your spousedoesn’tleave you alone.
Theykind of suck, actually.
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