+3I hate my family. Siblings, cousins, daddy, uncles. I wouldn't go to none of their funerals.
All about Grandchildren? For two solid hours, the lady sitting next to a man on an airplane had told him about her grandchildren. She had even produced a plastic-foldout photo album of all nine of the children. She finally realized that she had dominated the entire conversation on her grandchildren. “Oh, I’ve done all the talking, and I m so sorry. I know you certainly have something to say. Please, tell me… what do you think of my grandchildren?” Link: https://www.free-funny-jokes.com/funny-parent-jokes.html
Mother ? A husband, who has six children, begins to call his wife “mother of six” rather than by her first name. The wife, amused at first, chuckles. A few years down the road, the wife has grown tired of this. "Mother of six," he would say, "what’s for dinner tonight? Get me a beer!" She gets very frustrated. Finally, while attending a party with her husband, he jokingly yells out, "Mother of six, I think it's time to go!" The wife immediately shouts back, "I'll be right with you, father of four!" Link: http://www.laughfactory.com/jokes/relationship-jokes/3
Family or Musical Records? A woman meant to call a record store but dialed the wrong number and got a private home instead. “Do you have Eyes of Blue and A Love Supreme ?” she asked. “Well, no,” answered the puzzled homeowner. “But I have a wife and eleven children.” “Is that a record?” she inquired. “I don’t think so,” replied the man, “but it’s as close as I want to get.” Link: https://www.free-funny-jokes.com/funny-parent-jokes.html
Explain the Last time you spent with your family that you lost track of it because you were having so much fun. Do you spend enough time with each other to form deep bonds, or is all the time spent running from one thing to another? Have you built in enough pauses in your schedule to relish each other’s company?
Etiquette question: Several years ago, when my father died, I inherited his golf clubs. Not needing two sets of clubs, I offered my clubs to a relative. I wasn't sure whether he played golf, and when he took them I got the impression he played maybe once or twice in his life. Fast forward to today. My daughter has started playing golf. Can I ask him if he still has the golf clubs and if so, whether he uses them? If they're not being used I would like to let my daughter use them. I would feel awkward even asking, but it seems a matter of practicality. What do you think?
Have you ever let family or friends come in between a romantic relationship?
People don't like the word compromise very much. But in lieu of resolution...compromise needs to happen...amirite? More