Is a problem shared really a problem halved?
I just talked to DH about a 'problem'. I don't feel any better about it and now he is worried about it too. Seems like a problem shared is really a problem doubled to me.
I'm wondering tonight if there are couples who are as inappropriate behind closed doors as DH and I are. There are things we say or do that have us in stitches, but then we look at each other and say "well we can't tell anyone about that!" It could be things we say, things we do. For example, if I drop food in my cleavage/on my chest while I'm eating dinner, he'll say "challenge accepted" and dive in there to get it. Tonight he dropped the potato masher on the floor spilling potato all over the floor and also on his shorts. So I jumped up from the couch shouting "challenge accepted". We were both nearly wetting ourselves as when I went to eat the mash off his shorts he started thrusting etc. I couldn't continue because I was laughing so hard.
I'm just curious, is this normal couple stuff, or a we a bit "special" haha
Why is Good Friday called Good Friday when it's a day of loss?
The etymology of the term "good" in the context of Good Friday is contested. Some sources claim it is from the senses pious, holy of the word "good", while others contend that it is a corruption of "God Friday". The Oxford English Dictionary supports the first etymology, giving "of a day or season observed as holy by the church" as an archaic sense of good (good, adj. 8c), and providing examples of good tide meaning "Christmas" or "Shrove Tuesday", and Good Wednesdaymeaning the Wednesday in Holy Week.[12
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