top 10 reasons why i wish i never got married

In honor of having yet another huge fight with my husband over the in-laws.  Here they are.

10. No more dirty, smelly socks all over the place.

9. One less person to clean up after.

8. More room on the bed and no getting “accidentally” whacked in the nose while I’m sleeping.  It’s hazardous!

7. Less stuff = less mess.

6. Then maybe I would actually still be having sex.

5. No in-laws.

4. No in-laws.

3. No in-laws.

2. No in-laws.

1. No in-laws.

 What can I say?  Having no in-laws is absolutely priceless in my book.

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