The internet is a wonderful thing. And no, not just for those amazing wedding ideas, but also for the sheer number of marriage tweets out there poking fun at the whole ordeal!
Marriage, the biggest leap of faith anyone can take, has its own ups and downs. It's a big step to stay committed to just one person for the rest of your life. Moreover, there are so many things that generally change when someone gets married.
And even though the changed attitude is really subtle and barely noticeable, but it's vastly different from single life. Along similar lines, we've gathered a rundown of some hilariously relatable tweets about married life that will have you shouting 'ME':
Still waiting for my husband to apologize for what he did in my dream last night.— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) January 28, 2017
[50 years from now]— Jessie (@mommajessiec) February 25, 2019
*visiting husband’s grave*
“I wanted to let you know that after all these years I’ve finally figured out where I want to go to eat.”
Married sex is like traveling. It takes planning, the conditions need to be right, and everyone has to pee before getting started.— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) April 13, 2019
My husband won't let me pick up wood at Home Depot because he doesn't want it scratched or bent but I can take care of his children daily.— bubble girl (@JessObsess) June 20, 2017
Husband got excited thinking I was touching myself under the covers but I was actually just opening a Kit Kat I didn't wanna share.— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) December 30, 2015
I'm secretly doing an investigation on how many decorative pillows I can put around the house till husband loses his shit.— mindi77⚽️ (@deegeemindi) April 13, 2017
I appreciate my husband cleaning before we have guests coming over but he always cleans the weirdest shit. Our kitchen will look like a tornado blew through but instead of putting shit away this dude will be up in the attic scrubbing the walls like “iT hAs To Be CLeAn eMiLy”— motherducker (@houseandhens) February 3, 2019
if i get married i’m going to refer to my husband as “my first husband” to remind him that he is easy to replace— em (@emcrebbable) October 6, 2018
My husband unloaded the dishwasher so I guess now it’s time to have a parade for him— JPo (@Peauxtassium) November 11, 2018
I opened the dishwasher and it's full of clean dishes and I'm scared my wife is going to know that I know.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 21, 2017
Establish dominance in your household by staring at your husband while you unplug his phone from the charger and plug in your own.— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) November 23, 2017
Wife: I found the missing sippy cup full of milk.— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) July 7, 2017
Wife: I looked. With my eyes.
Me: That’s cheating.
wife: Did you help him with his math homework?— Josh (@iwearaonesie) October 25, 2017
wife*shows me his paper where he answered every question with “This is stupid”*
When my wife pisses me off, I get on her Pinterest and pin lots of mediocre shit, like cupcakes that just look like cupcakes.— The Dad (@thedad) March 24, 2013
Marriage is mostly about knowing which hand towels you can use and which ones are for the better people who visit your wife's home.— Troy Johnson (@_troyjohnson) May 28, 2015
Wife: “Why are you breathing like that?”— MonacoTrader (@MonacoTrader) January 29, 2019
Marriage. You can be questioned for simply anything.
My wife is so much better looking than me that a cashier just put a plastic divider down in the middle of our groceries...— Tanner Tolbert (@ttolbert05) February 17, 2017
Before I got married I didn't even know there was a wrong way to put the milk back in the fridge— Josh (@iwearaonesie) June 10, 2015
My wife said she hides snacks from me so she can put them out when guests come over, in case you were wondering why I invited you here tonight.— The Dad Briefs™ (@SladeWentworth) February 10, 2019
Wife: is that what you’re wearing?— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 3, 2019
Me: I guess not.