19 amusing vows that couples should say to each other



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    I promise to move your shoes to their place, no matter how many times you leave them in the middle of the hallway.

 

  1. I promise never to spoil any TV series that I have already seen for you unless … you piss me off too much.

 

  1. Do you promise not to fall asleep to the movie, which I have chosen to watch?

 

  1. Do you promise not to leave only a sip of coffee in the jug and drink the entire box of milk before opening a new one?

 

  1. I promise to never eat your personal stocks of sweets, chips and crisps, etc. even if it is it taking you forever to eat them.

 

  1. Do you promise to always let me be my favorite figure in “Monopoly” (even if you want it)?

 

  1. I promise to always listen to you, even when you constantly stray from the topic or you murmur all the time.

 

  1. I promise to never tell you the end of the movie that you have not seen, or to tell you the end of the book, which you are currently reading.

 

  1. I promise to give you the least burnt piece of bacon when I am cooking.

 

  1. I promise to always allow the driver to choose the route. We once read that there always are 6 different routes to a place, so why argue for nonsense?

 

  1. Do you promise to try new restaurants with me and never without me?

 

  1. I promise to always close the bathroom door in order to keep the mystery alive.

 

  1. I promise to never argue meaningless especially when I know you’re right.

 

  1. I promise, before shouting at you, to make sure that there is a good reason, not just because I am terribly hungry.

 

  1. I promise to never say to you: “I can not believe you did not know that!”

 

  1. I promise to never put something I know you hate in your food.

 

  1. I promise to your questions of the type: “Where do you want to eat?” to never answer with: “I do not know, where you want to eat?”

 

  1. I promise our home to always be stocked with beer and toilet paper.

 

  1. I promise our arguments to be honorable and our intimate life – quite the opposite.



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