Friday, 4 September 2015

Interview of a married man for the benefit of the unmarried ones.

Interview of a married man for the benefit of the unmarried ones.


Reporter: So how is your married life?
Mr. Husband: First of all, "married life" is an oxymoron.

Reporter: But people say marriages are made in heaven?
Mr. Husband: Only if heaven is full of Chinese people.

Reporter: So yours was an arranged marriage, how was it?
Mr. Husband: Arrange marriage for a man is like Eid for a goat. They treat him like a prince, feed him with great foods, and dress him with bright colors and then.......

Reporter: Hmmmmmm, so when did you realize that married life is dangerous?
Mr. Husband: I knew it from day one, marriage is danger, that's why the bride always wears RED.

Reporter: I've heard that arranged marriages last longer that the love ones? Is it true?
Mr. Husband: Love marriages, hahaha, mostly it goes like this:
We are made for each other.
We are mad for each other.
We are maid for each other.

Reporter: If it is that bad then how married people pass their time?
Mr. Husband: They watch a lot of TV. Wife watches "Punar-Vivah" and husband wants it for real.

Reporter: So, why you guys don't do any fun things, like playing games together?
Mr. Husband: Yes we do. Me and my wife, we are playing a game called "You to be blamed", very close game, right now she is leading by 2285 - 1.

Reporter: Okay, tell us, what kind of conversations you guys make while you're free? Mr. Husband: She asks a lot of questions, every wife does, and as we start answering their questions, they start questioning our answers.

Reporter: So any tips you wanna share?
Mr. Husband: Yep, quite a few:
(A). Don't waste your energy trying to make her laugh, she'll treat you like a clown anyway.
(B). Never reply to your wife's "I love you" text with an OKAY.
(C). Remember, a perfect husband is one who apologies every time his wife makes a mistake.
(D). And yes, take your wife on holidays to different places of the world, that will increase chances of her being lost.