You Know You’re Married to a Clever Clogs When…

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when, at the dinner table, your 12 year old asks about the differences between cattle and sheep farming and your spouse launches into a 30-minute lecture on the different types of soil, breeds, crop rotation, etc.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when his idea of kicking back on a Saturday night is a wee dram of Soplica.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when he points out that it’s not a ‘wee dram’ because it’s not Scotch whisky.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when the next item on his Saturday evening agenda is lying on the bed, undoing his shirt buttons and… watching a lecture on ancient Judah (we know how to partaaay).

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when he objects to his daughter wearing the ‘wrong’ type of Roman helmet for Roman Day at school (she’s mixed her centuries – shocking!).

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when your mother-in-law tells you that when he was a little boy his favourite things were dinosaurs and museums.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when his two favourite tee shirts are:

philosoraptorgrass_fullpic and piberationalnavy_fullpic

both from Snorg Tees.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when he lets you borrow the Maths one (hee hee – still makes me chuckle).

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when you exclaim, “Oooh! Did you know…?” and he always says: “Yes”.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when he recalls how he fell in love with your mind as much as anything else.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when the extended family affectionately know your spouse as the absent minded professor – and it’s an accurate observation.

You know you’re married to a clever clogs when all these things serve only to make him more endearing 😉

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