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20 Times Relationships Were Hilariously Unpredictable And A Bit Dangerous

Being in a relationship is definitely a serious thing, but there is always time for fun and laughter. Sometimes such moments happen every day.

Bright Side collected 20 proofs that living together can be really funny and entertaining.

20. Our flight was delayed for 12 hours, and my boyfriend disappeared. When I found him, he was watching cartoons in the children’s room.

19. My wife’s method of hiding candy from everyone.

18. At least I know that my boyfriend took a shower.

17. I found my wife in the wardrobe. She was sitting on the floor and crying. When I asked her what happened, she said she had nothing to wear.

16. Today is my birthday. My husband built a blanket castle for me.

15. When you really love your girlfriend…

14. She said she made a very sexy dress, just for me. Here’s how it looks:

13. This is how my husband plays with our baby daughter.

12. I found out where my wife hides her dirty secrets.

11. My husband ordered this tailor-made doormat.

10. My wife asked me how I was preparing for the birth of our first child.

9. My girlfriend is afraid of heights. However, she said it was not a problem and climbed the tower with me.

8. I came to my husband’s workplace and found him like this.

7. My wife’s stages of despair when we missed the ice cream truck.

6. My girlfriend needs this bra tonight, but the dryer is broken.

5. It was too light inside the room, but my husband found the solution.

4. My girlfriend asked me, “Why is this blasted vacuum cleaner broken again?”

3. I didn’t have a photo of my girlfriend to put inside the locket, so I just drew her.

2. My girlfriend dressed up as me for my birthday party.

1. When you didn’t think about the consequences…

Bonus: My wife found a hair tie and left me a note.

 

All About Relationships

Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There are many kinds of love, but most people seek its expression in a romantic relationship with a compatible partner. For some, romantic relationships are the most meaningful element of life, providing a source of deep fulfillment. The ability to have a healthy, loving relationship is not innate. A great deal of evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship begins in infancy, in a child’s earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant’s needs for food, care, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Those relationships are not destiny, but they appear to establish patterns of relating to others. Failed relationships happen for many reasons, and the failure of a relationship is often a source of great psychological anguish. Most of us have to work consciously to master the skills necessary to make them flourish.

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