“Oh, I just love how my husband always knows exactly what I want without me having to say a word. Said no wife ever.”

“Marriage is all about compromise. I compromise by pretending to listen to my husband’s long, boring stories.”

“My husband’s ability to find things is truly remarkable. It’s like he has a sixth sense for avoiding household chores.”

“Husbands are like fine wine – they get better with age. Unfortunately, I prefer beer.”

“I never knew love could be so blind until I married my husband and discovered his fashion sense.”

“My husband is a great multitasker. He can ignore me and watch TV at the same time.”

“Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes.”

“My husband’s middle name must be ‘Selective Hearing’ because he conveniently forgets everything I say.”

“Marriage is like a workshop where both partners constantly work on fixing each other’s flaws. It’s like a never-ending home improvement project.”

“The key to a successful marriage? Lowering your expectations. Like really, really low.”

“My husband is my knight in shining armor. Only problem is, he forgot the ‘shining’ part.” ONE WITH NATURE QUOTES

“When my husband says he’ll do something, he means he’ll forget about it within the next five minutes.”

“My husband has the amazing ability to take something simple and make it complicated.”

“The best thing about marriage? Sharing your life with someone who constantly leaves the toilet seat up.”

“Husbands should come with an instruction manual. Or at least a troubleshooting guide.”

“Marriage is a wonderful institution, but who wants to live in an institution?”

“Love means never having to say ‘I’m sorry’… unless you’re married.”

“Marriage is an endless game of ‘Where’s Waldo?’ except it’s finding your husband’s misplaced belongings.”

“Husbands are like chocolate – they leave a mess everywhere and are hard to resist.”

“My husband is my own personal IT department – he’s an expert at turning small issues into big problems.”

“If you want to know what true patience is, try helping your husband pick out a shirt.”