Daily Joke: Three Funny Jokes about Marriage
Today’s #jokeoftheday is all about marriages, from happy couples to sad couples, and young couples to elderly ones.
Marriages are special things, which many look forward to. Sadly, meeting the one who is right for you may be difficult in one lifetime. Here are encounters of different people with marriages.
A MILLIONAIRE IS GETTING MARRIEDA 60-year-old millionaire got married for the first time and threw a grand wedding reception, where he invited many of his friends.
Among his close ones were those who got quite jealous of him for scoring a 23-year-old beautiful bride. They asked him how he did it, to which he smiled and replied:
“Simple. I faked my age.”
All of the groom’s friends were amazed at how he did it and, again, asked him how. He replied:
“Well, I said I was 87!”
A LITTLE BOY ATTENDS A WEDDING
A young boy attended a wedding with his mom for the first time. At the sight of the bride walking down the aisle, he tugs on his mom and asks:
“Mummy, why is the girl dressed in all white?”
The mom replied:
"The girl is called a bride, and she is in white because she’s very happy, and this is the happiest day of her life.”
The boy nodded and looked at the groom, then said:
“Okay, and why is the boy in all black?”
NEWLYWEDS HAVE THEIR FIRST MORNING TOGETHER
On the first morning of their honeymoon, a bride and groom woke up, and the man suggested his wife brew them some coffee. The wife, looking puzzled, told her husband that it was a man’s job.
The husband, equally confused, asked: “why?” To which his wife reasoned: “It’s all over the Bible, dearest.” The man said:
“The Bible says nothing about who’s supposed to be brewing coffee!”
The wife then grabbed the Bible near their side table, flipped through the pages, and said:
“See? It’s everywhere! Hebrews, Hebrews, Hebrews.”
A COUPLE GOES TO THERAPYA husband and wife went to counseling to save their 35 years of marriage. When asked what the problem was, the wife mentioned feeling unloved, neglected, forgotten, and lack of intimacy, among others.
After minutes of ranting, the therapist stood up, went beside the wife, embraced her, then passionately kissed her for a long while.
The husband watched with a raised eyebrow until they stopped. The therapist then turned to the husband and said: “This is what your wife needs at least three times a week. Can you do this?” He replied:
“Well, I can drop her off here on Mondays and Wednesdays, but on Fridays, I golf.”