Before they were married, Peter's dad courted his mom on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with a sidecar. So, Peter loves the irony of the scooter. He sees the history of his parents' wheels as having come full circle (no pun intended).
I asked my mother-in-law how she liked her new mode of transportation. Her reply: "I'd much rather ride in the car."
Quips passed on to me:
Troubles in marriage often start when a man gets so busy earning his salt that he forgets his sugar.
Too many couples marry for better or for worse, but not for good
When a man marries a woman, they become one - but the trouble starts when they try to decide which one
If a man has enough "horse sense" to treat h is wife like a thoroughbred, she will never be an old nag
Judging from the specimens they pick for husbands, It's no wonder that brides often blush
On anniversaries the wise husband always forgets the past - but never the present
A foolish husband remarks to his wife: "Honey, you stick to the washing, ironing, cooking, and scrubbing. No wife of mine is going to work."
The bonds of matrimony are a good investment only when the interest is kept up
Whether a man winds up with a nest egg or a goose egg depends a lot on the kind of chick he marries.
Many girls like to marry a military man - he can cook, sew, make beds, is in good health...and he's already used to taking orders.
Grandpa and his wife were discussing their 40th wedding anniversary when she said: "shall I kill a chicken for tonight?" "Gnaw," said Grandpa, "Why blame a bird for something that happened 40 years ago
the wife has the last word in any argument. anything the man says after that starts a new argument.
A husband should always maintain a close, friendly relationship with his mother and father in law; they are the only ones who can keep his wife in her proper place.