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Why They Married

Why They Married

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This happy young bride is a girl we all know,
Who swore that she never would wed,
When she’d been out of school a fortnight or so
She accepted misogynist Ned!
Three one dime coins

THEY WILL DO IT!

Both poor as Job’s turkey and not overstrong—
Hold a three dollar job the man couldn’t—
We are forced to conclude that they married because
There was every good reason they shouldn’t!

NO FALLING OFF.

Paul told her lovely fairy tales when she was but a child,
She loved him far above all other men.
Tho’ they’ve been married quite a while, the tales he tells her now
Are quite as good as those he told her then!

WANTED A CHANGE.

Young Twentyperr looked carefully before a wife he took,
His wife would have to know a thing or two,
He wanted to be certain that his spouse knew how to cook
The way his mother didn’t use to do!
THIS IS A PEACH

IT’S ONLY TOO TRUE.

“That woman married!” I hear you exclaim,
Your knowledge of people is small,
There is always some chump who will whisper “Je T’aime!”
While real peaches are left by the wall!
DEBT

HIGH FINANCE.

Jonas Granitt married and he knew that he was cute,
A Mrs. Drudge, his housekeeper, no less,
For he owed her two years wages—you’ll admit he was astute,
Now he doesn’t owe her anything, I guess!

SHE GOT TIRED OF IT.

They are married and Maudie looks quite worn out,
It’s no wonder—he pestered her so,
He proposed forty thousand and ninety-six times—
Every time but the last she said “No!”

SIDE-TRACKED.

These people wed in self-defense,
All social life they missed,
They found themselves outside the fence,
For neither played bridge-whist!

THE BUTTERFLY AND THE ANEMONE.

Mr. Butterfly Flitter was handsome and gay,
Why, he’d ne’er given marriage a thought,
But he dallied too long by a flower one day,
And before he could flit he was caught!

AHA!

Pious Mary knew that Jake
Gambled and drank rum too;

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