There’s a timeless adage cautioning us to be mindful of our inquiries, for the responses we receive might not always align with our expectations.
If you were to inquire of those who have experienced more than a week of marriage, they’d likely share tales of moments when discretion in their queries became essential. Perhaps no one comprehends this better than the couple featured in the following jest.
She posed a question that has likely crossed the minds of countless married individuals throughout history, yet the response she received was far from what she had anticipated.
A husband asks his wife, “Will you marry after I die?”
The wife responds, “No, I will live with my sister.”
The wife asks him back, “Will you marry after I die?”
The husband responds, “No, I will also live with your sister.”