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Saw this on @Zappos_Mobile!

Saw this on @Zappos_Mobile!

Okay.... so I don't much care for the slam against married life (I happen to LIKE it)  Some of these are bring a smile.  Pointless, but fun anyway.

Okay.... so I don't much care for the slam against married life (I happen to LIKE it) Some of these are bring a smile. Pointless, but fun anyway.

Funny British Slang Guide http://www.funny-joke-pictures.com/2015/12/british-slang-guide.html

Funny British Slang Guide http://www.funny-joke-pictures.com/2015/12/british-slang-guide.html

"Tie the knot" means "to get married". Example: The happy young couple tied the knot under a beautiful sunset.

"Tie the knot" means "to get married". Example: The happy young couple tied the knot under a beautiful sunset.

A best friend is someone that you share laughs with and influence one another to laugh together. Two way streets please, some of these quotes are so entertain me one way, no! Mutually entertain one another!

A best friend is someone that you share laughs with and influence one another to laugh together. Two way streets please, some of these quotes are so entertain me one way, no! Mutually entertain one another!

Um... Does that mean in Skyrim when they say "I took an arrow in the knee" it means that they settled down and now have a wife and probably some kids.... Bethesda the fuck

Um... Does that mean in Skyrim when they say "I took an arrow in the knee" it means that they settled down and now have a wife and probably some kids.... Bethesda the fuck

Our family has been through a lot the past month. It began with a series of events that forced me to face a lifetime of “family issues”. Issues and pain that I had experienced before I met and married Ryan, but that continued to negatively affect our daily lives. Through many conversations and tears, I realized that I could not move... Read More

How Our Family Finally Embraced Minimalism

Our family has been through a lot the past month. It began with a series of events that forced me to face a lifetime of “family issues”. Issues and pain that I had experienced before I met and married Ryan, but that continued to negatively affect our daily lives. Through many conversations and tears, I realized that I could not move... Read More

Idiom of the day: Put your cards on the table.  Meaning: To tell honestly what you think or what you plan to do.  Example: She thought it was time to put her cards on the table and tell him that she had no intention of marrying him.

Idiom of the day: Put your cards on the table. Meaning: To tell honestly what you think or what you plan to do. Example: She thought it was time to put her cards on the table and tell him that she had no intention of marrying him.

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