Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Here comes my battle axe and she's got eras like three microphones." "Go on a second honeymoon? Are you out of your mind? Do you know what our first hor.emoon cost? And what did we really get out of JAUNTS HOUSE "I wouldn't mind if your mother just visited us now and then, but does she have to try and haunt our house on a permanent "If I ran my job the way you do this house, the whole family would be in a breadline by the end of the week." "I'll fix it tomorrow." "What do you mean, why did I really many you? Why does any man ever marry any woman, when you get right down to'it? Maybe it's because he didn't know any better." "Of course, I really love you, honey. No man would put up with what I do unless he was inlove or out of his mind." "Wives are all alike. No matter what a fellow says to them, they all take it so personal." "What do you mean that we don't seem to have much to talk about any more? What's there to talk about? 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