Top 10 Questions a Husband Should NEVER Answer

Today I’m letting Jeff Foxworthy blog for me. Husbands, pay attention … this stuff could SAVE YOUR LIFE…

10. Do I look like my mother?

9. How old do you think I look?

8. What are you thinking right now?

7. Do you think she’s pretty?

6. Do you think I’m worth it?

5. How do you feel about our folks moving in with us?

4. Whose cooking do you like better, mine or your mothers?

3. If you could change one thing about me, what would it be?

2. Do you remember what today is?

1. Do you think these pants make my butt look fat?

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Trey Morgan tagged this post with: , , , , Read 1182 articles by
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  1. I think my answer to any of those would be: “Does it seem chilly in here to you? I can go turn up the thermostat.”

  2. Angie Cox says:

    And some guys (mine) are smart enough not to answer these questions even when we tell them we are giving them a free pass and promise not to get mad at whatever they say.

  3. Dan O says:

    Nicely put list, truth is your woman already has her own answer or should i say the answer she want to hear before asking you. I must say No4 has to be on of the trickiest!

  4. Patrick Aquilone says:

    I know that these make for good comedy and a good laugh, but nothing replaces good honest and open communication in a marriage. I have been asked many of these questions and my wife knows to expect the truth. I don’t say it in a hurting way, but a loving way.

    10. Do I look like my mother?
    Not in a million years. Which is so true, I swear my wife must have been adopted.

    9. How old do you think I look?
    Honestly, I am not good at telling age. So my wife does not ask me this question.

    8. What are you thinking right now?
    Of how much I love you and how lucky I am that God brought us together.

    7. Do you think she’s pretty?
    Yes. But as pretty as she is, she doesn’t hold a candle to you.

    6. Do you think I’m worth it?
    Every minute of every day and even when we are fighting. You are so worth it.

    5. How do you feel about our folks moving in with us?
    (have already had this happen) I don’t like the idea.

    4. Whose cooking do you like better, mine or your mothers?
    This is an easy one because my mother was a great cook but she cooked what my dad liked. My wife is also a great cook and she cooks what I like. So, hands down, my wife’s cooking.

    3. If you could change one thing about me, what would it be?
    That you weren’t so pessimistic when you drive. She believes everyone on the road is specifically out to get her and make her driving somewhere a horrible experience.

    2. Do you remember what today is?
    Yep, Thursday. LOL!! Couldn’t resist. In our house, I am the one that is good with dates and numbers. So, I never get this question. I have asked this question though..

    1. Do you think these pants make my butt look fat?
    If they do, I tell her and have and then she changes into something that is more flattering. I don’t ever want my wife to go out in public without looking her best UNLESS she wants to go out not looking her best (grubby day, etc).

    See, easy to answer.

    Pat

    • Trey Morgan says:

      Pat … well said. I like your answers. Honesty is the only way in marriage. I’m totally honest with Lea and hopefully most husbands are with their wives. It’s the ONLY way to be in marriage. If Lea or I ask one another a tough question, we expect an honest answer … even if it’s one we don’t want. You stick with the philosophy and things will be alright. And yes, the whole thing with tongue-in-cheek fun. :)

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