Marriage

Marriage

Illustrated With Crappy Pictures

Book - 2015
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"From the author of PARENTING: ILLUSTRATED WITH CRAPPY PICTURES comes a book on a topic that will never cease to prove that human behavior is utterly perplexing: MARRIAGE. From minor pet peeves (leftover toothpaste globs in the sink: why?) to an inability to put dirty clothes into the laundry basket, and instead drop them on the floor RIGHT NEXT TO THE LAUNDRY BASKET, to figuring out how to use any 3-minute window available for romance once kids are in the picture"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Harlequin, [2015]
ISBN: 9780373893072
0373893078
Branch Call Number: 818.54 DUS
Characteristics: vii, 163 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm

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jericho_0
May 14, 2018

This book is laugh out loud funny.

DPLaprilteenservices Apr 10, 2018

My husband and I laughed (and groaned) as we each read through this. Dusick has a great knack for hitting both universal themes on long-term relationships as well as digging out a few specifics from her own relationship that are very relatable. A quick, fun read...and if you have kids (or are considering them..) be sure to check out her other title, "Parenting, Illustrated with Crappy Pictures."

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ryner
Apr 02, 2018

A clever and authentic look at the humorous and not infrequently aggravating experience of being married or in a long-term relationship. I was charmed by how many parallels I could draw to my own marriage, and wowed by the number of scenarios that were uncannily PRECISELY my own relationship. Short, sweet and a fun diversion.

Vilka Apr 11, 2017

You don't have to be married yourself to laugh out loud at this collection of short, illustrated vignettes from the author's life. Funny and highly relatable stories warmly illustrate different aspects of the author's married life, including arguments, chores, money matters, parenting, and trying to keep the romance alive with small children in the house. Stories range from one or two frames to a few pages long, so readers can consume it in very short bursts if they like, or open it up at almost any point without feeling lost, since there is no single over-arching plot to follow.

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