Everyone thinks that they know what marriage will be like, but the truth is less exciting than Hollywood would have you believe: now, instead of doing the same mundane things you used to do by yourself everyday, you have a partner doing their own same mundane things with you.

Did you just fart, or is that the dog? Inspired by this Huff Post article, we've decided to add to it with questions and comments like this one, to make an ultimate “married life in a nutshell” collection. Which one sums up marriage best? Make your voice heard. Vote!

#1 Married People Issues

Married People Issues

Housy Wife Report

IrinaDespa 3 years ago

Ooohhh, yes!!!

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#2 Married People Issues

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Daniel Carrillo Report

SairaChaudhry 3 years ago

Hahaha

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#3 Married People Issues

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momma unfiltered Report

DanielLaw 3 years ago

Role reversal from our house.

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#4 Married People Issues

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Michelle Ames Report

DortheSchou-Nielsen 3 years ago

But still ending up being the one who has to decide...

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#5 Married People Issues

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Crystal Brankley Report

Debbie 3 years ago

I love this!....Oh my God!!.So many times!!!!

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#6 Married People Issues

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Pej A. Report

SybleChristianMiller 3 years ago

Amen to that!!

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#7 Married People Issues

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Gwendolyn Report

JeanineVasinko 3 years ago

We made a resolution not to get take out or eat at a restaurant until my birthday in March, except we can have two Subway days a month. My husband used our Subway day, but brought SODA home with it. Total enabler!

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#8 Married People Issues

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DWilliamsmh Report

DariaB 3 years ago

To keep tidy too. So there's less cleaning to be done.

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#9 Married People Issues

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Mark Warren Report

MagdalenMean 3 years ago

In separate laptops in the same bed you mean ;-P

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#10 Married People Issues

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Mike Lloyd Report

DanielLaw 3 years ago

Same with kids!

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#11 Married People Issues

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Emily(Corcoran)Simms Report

AlexGeist 3 years ago

we have that problem with the house slippers

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#12 Married People Issues

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Judge You Harshly Report

OanaUnghii 3 years ago

Yessss!!!! :))

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#13 Married People Issues

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Megan Gonzalez Report

DanielLaw 3 years ago

Peed on the seat at 3 a.m. because she left the seat down. As usual.

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#14 Married People Issues

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Amanda M. Steiner Report

DariaB 3 years ago

Nope. We don't ask. We just do it and laugh it out.

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#15 Married People Issues

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Bethany Jett Report

DariaB 3 years ago

Yeah, but you both get kinda tired after living together for a few years. Unless we go to some special event or meeting, we both just basically wear our quick casual clothes when going out.

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#16 Married People Issues

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Josh Hafner Report

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Linda Hoang Report

Debbie 3 years ago

Very true....And even worse is when they leave cups, plates and sauces beside their armchair and expect them to grow legs and walk to the kitchen!.....

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#18 Married People Issues

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Michelle Lee Report

Yesica1993 3 years ago

I don't know that that's a "married people" issue. It's just a "this person is a slob" issue.

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#19 Married People Issues

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Laur_ren Report

TracieTarrier 3 years ago

*husband: asks wife where clean underwear is. Wears dirty/no underwear until wife has washed some

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#20 Married People Issues

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Cole Furfaro-Strode Report

MarcinBarczyński 3 years ago

That's why we color-code stuff in our house. If it's pink or purple, it's definitely not mine. Even though I like purple.

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#21 Married People Issues

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Courtney Simons Report

Laure 3 years ago

oh god, happened to me THE DAY we got married. Never stop since.

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#22 Married People Issues

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DeniOsborne Report

MaureenRouse 3 years ago

Don't ever have to worry about that one. He doesn't even know how to use the washing machine!

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#23 Married People Issues

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breeanna perkins Report

Rogue 3 years ago

Totally in reverse for me, my wife can't shop to save her life, or cook for that matter

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#24 Married People Issues

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Mike Lloyd Report

KTTrondsen 3 years ago

lol

#25 Married People Issues

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This_is_Wife Report

#26 Married People Issues

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Andy Domek Report

BeataLisatowicz 3 years ago

kindle paperwhite!

#27 Married People Issues

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Katie Kelley Report

LiekeMuller 3 years ago

That's single life too

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#28 Married People Issues

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Angela Ivey Report

MaureenRouse 3 years ago

No problem there. He has a foot on his side of the bed... I have a foot on my side of the bed and the dogs take up all the space in the middle!

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#29 Married People Issues

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Kirk-Alert Report

ElginaThomsen 3 years ago

Me: "Are you hungry?" He: " Maybe" Me: "Make one sandwich for me too!"

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#30 Married People Issues

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Dayna Muttaqi Report

DortheSchou-Nielsen 3 years ago

Grocery shopping while the kids are on play dates...

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#31 Married People Issues

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Sacha Brady Report

JenniferBlanchard 3 years ago

Lol!

#32 Married People Issues

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Jacob Fu Report

Kalikima 2 years ago

I used to drive my hubs crazy, wanting to pop his occasional black head, but after getting surgery on his testicle through his pelvis he got an oddly healed scar. You can't see it unless you're up close, and so for a few years we'd be fooling around, and start heading south, and come across a huge blackhead, and instead of what he was expecting when I headed down there, I'd start working on the blackhead. I had a compulsion about it, and it always killed the mood. So I'd try to stop, but compulsions aren't easy to break away from. And at some point I started doing it when I wasn't in the mood and he was being annoying, really annoying.. Worked out until he caught on and started removing the blackhead before trying to remove my bra. Now we've agreed I can do whatever I want to his blackhead, as long as I was completely topless the entire time... Goes to show you, compromise is the second most important part of a successful relationship... Lol love being first of course.

#33 Married People Issues

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RoWdY RaNa Report

Kalikima 2 years ago

I'd have said compromise and loving someone more than you love yourself, or anything else (not counting kids, which are generally products of your love). Hard work is important too. Maybe it's because I have the most fucked up family, so I only had those (largely failed) marriages to learn about how to make it work. One thing I noticed is none of my relatives were ever willing to back down, say they were sorry, or compromise in any fashion. And none of the adults from my childhood are still together. Mom & dad #3, granny & gramps from childhood, or gramps she left him for when I was 10. Neither of my uncles are with the aunts I grew up with.

#34 Married People Issues

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Jessa Brown Report

Kalikima 2 years ago

I don't think that counts, but it's still funny..

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morganhitt Report

CassieWilliams 3 years ago

I have four kids and I don't spend $1k at Costco. Then again, if I didn't have four kids, I would have $1k to spend at Costco!

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