Don't change your in-laws

Posted by Ria, 14 Sep

23317735.jpgPlanning on meeting the in-laws? Nothing scares a woman more. It’s like entering into a multicultural relationship, where the difference in cultures is one thing that scares the living daylights out of someone. How do you fit in? How do you live with their annoying differences?

There has always been some myth that when a son gets married, and the daughter-in-law arrives in the family, everything changes. She takes over the family completely. Once the honeymoon is over, the family too gets worried about what is gonna change… like the end of sleep-over beer parties with their son among other things.

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Being well trained and well mannered, one daughter-in-law assured the in-laws that she wasn’t gonna interfere with their way of life or routine… not even in a million years. Puzzled, the father-in-law asked what she meant by that.

Her answer was totally brilliant:

Those who used to wash the dishes must carry on washing them. Those who used to do the laundry must carry on doing it. Those who cooked should not stop at my account, AND Those who used to clean should continue cleaning!!!

The mother in law had to ask what she was there for and got an answer right back...


Try pulling that one on your in laws and see how fast they will file for a divorce themselves :lol:

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  1.   Jade74 says:
    Posted: 24 Sep 07

    Thank you Cocokisses for being the classy lady and showing it in many ways.

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  2.   fala says:
    Posted: 24 Sep 07

    In-Laws love it when you're a smart ass. LOL

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  3.   Cocokisses says:
    Posted: 17 Sep 07

    When I was married, I hated my in-laws. They smiled in my face and treated me well until their son put that ring on my finger. I went from being treated like a member of the family to being treated like last week's garbage. Thankfully, I was strong enough not only to endure, but prevail over a very difficult situation. He and I were married for 10 years and have a beautiful daughter together. Despite how they treated me, I still held my head high. I can't stop them from being the bigots that they are, but I certainly never ever let them think that they were better than me. In the long run, they are the ones who missed out. They did not see the birth of their Granddaughter, and I packed up and moved as far away from them as I could. I did not want them to hurt her with the same bigotry as they gave me. In the long run, they let their prejudice get in the way of watching their oldest grandchild blossom and turn into a beautiful, intelligent, and gifted young woman who barely wants anything to do with them. They ended up hurting themselves a lot more than they could ever hurt me.

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