In my opinion, I don’t think a marriage can last if the partners do not share the same sense of humour.
Marriage can be tricky and it definitely is a rollercoaster ride. You go through all sorts of ups and downs together but the key is understanding each other and solving these problems together. Remember, it is you both vs the problem, not you vs your partner. Sometimes you do not need arguments and heavy discussions to solve things. If you take things lightly, a lot of things can be solved without making a lot of fuss. This is why it is important for both partners to share the same mentality, just like best friends. People who marry their best friends are more likely to be happier in their marriage. If two people fall in love, I believe two things play a great role in it; Their sense of humour and their taste in music. These two things help people bond a lot. They help avoid a lot of problems too.
We all know Twitter has all sorts of comedians. We have gathered some of the best ones who showed how important it is for partners to share the same sense of humour in marriage. Scroll down below to enjoy a laugh or two:
1. He’s a special breed.
2. The more you learn.
3. Say goodbye to your savings account.
4. Someone is going to hate their toast in the morning.
5. Every guy can relate to this.
6. Never trust a woman who says she isn’t mad at you anymore.
7. Get used to it.
8. No one should commit this sin.
My partner and I can not go a day without laughing our butts off. I think it is very healthy for two people in a relationship to laugh and enjoy together. My partner and I have a very strong relationship and I think this counts as one of the reasons why. Sharing jokes, settling things with humour, and just making fun of each other without getting offended can really make up for quality time together. I would hate to be in a relationship where I crack a joke and my partner looks at me blankly because he does not get the joke or starts lecturing me because he got offended. Yikes! Anyway, we have more funny tweets left for you. Scroll down below and enjoy:
9. It’s not me, it’s the rage.
10. It’s never there.
11. This is true.
12. A man has gotta eat.
13. It’s perfectly normal to drink milk out of the flower vase.
14. A working solution.
Do you and your partner share the same sense of humour? How important do you think it is in a marriage? Tell us your views on this topic in the comments below.