I feel the need to open this little post for those that do have a sense of the sometimes 'not nice humour' of the Australian ethic. Of course, I am speaking of the old blokes like me who put things out there as humour; however those with a little amount of understandong will know that the comment is not the reason for the comment.
There are some great things about marriage, isn't there? Well isn't there?
There is an epotomoptic joke that goes like this:
Hubby come home, sits down on the recliner in front of the TV, kicks his work boots off adn puts his smelly sock covered feet up on the footstool.
He hears his 'darling wife' in the kitchen adn calls out, "Bring us a beer. will ya' before it starts?"
Of course, as is the case in a male, against fremale story, the duitiful wife brings him his beer.
A few short minuites later, I mean he has not had a beer since he left the pub, so he is in dire need, he calls, "Bring us a beer will ya' before it starts?"
Duitiful wife (As they should be) brings in another can of beer, but this time, duitiful wilfe tries to demand some respect. (whatever for can never be decided).
"Who do you think you are, you come home with your dirty work clothes, you put your smelly feet up on the footstool and you demand that I bring you beer at your commend."
"Ow God, it's started."