Love and Idiots

Every once in a while people need a break.

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12 Responses to Love and Idiots

  1. Rob in Maine says:

    How did my wife and I get into a cartoon?!

  2. anna 6 says:

    Thank you for the excellent insight from that wise chicken…I just sent it to my husband.

  3. mburduck says:

    Forgive this sort of response from an English professor, but ain’t it the truth???

    Mike

  4. wanda says:

    How did the chickens find out our little secret?

  5. RichR says:

    I don’t get it…..and why is my wife laughing?

  6. Rob Cartusciello says:

    This is more true than most folks would admit.

    I will also say that you can’t fully appreciate the “as we forgive those who trespass against us” part of the Our Father until you are married.

    Remember the awful line in the movie “Love Story” where Ryan O’Neal whines “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” That is 100% B.S. Love & marriage is about saying “I’m sorry” nearly every day, because no person can live up to our expectations.

  7. poohbear says:

    Not being married, my first thought was not about spouses, but about how God loves us. I can be an idiot most of the time, and it is comforting to know God loves me anyway :)

  8. wanda says:

    Rob, You are so right about that movie. It was very early in my now 40 year (by the grace of God) marriage. Hubby and I saw the movie together and it had an effect on my husband. My husband even went so far once as to quote that line to me. But, with the help of God’s grace we worked out our issue, I can’t even remember what it was. Thanks be to God for His Grace and Mercy. God’s love endures forever. We humans have so much trouble with the ‘forever’ part.

    We no longer have a problem saying we are sorry to each other, often. Deo Gratias.

  9. chironomo says:

    “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.”

    Indeed…the sequel to that of course would be…

    “Divorce means never having to say anything ever again”

  10. a catechist says:

    LOL! Thanks, Fr. Z!

  11. irishgirl says:

    I’m not married, and I think this is funny!