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He's invited to a dinner party and offered a chance to choose his table partner,...
He's invited to a dinner party and offered a chance to choose his table partner, knowing nothing but the occupation of each guest. Which of these would your groom pick to sit next to?
____ Newspaper reporter
____ Fish distributor
Does your groom think husbands and wives should have a night out without their mates:
This hundred-question quiz will help you to educate yourself, so grab a pencil and see how you do. You won't find the answers in the book, of course. For those, you'll have to check with your man. When you do, you'll find yourselves talking to each other about each other: your likes and dislikes, your beliefs and opinions, and stories and facts about your pasts.
They're little things, sure, but they aren't insignificant. They're the bits and pieces that make up who we are. And knowing about them is much more than collecting mere personal trivia. Knowing is caring.
Score ten points for each correct answer (taking partial credit wherever you can) and rate yourself according to this scale:
Above 900: What a performance!
800-900: Very good for a couple just starting out.
600-790: Pretty good. You'll improve as time goes by.
Below 600: Ask your groom for a remedial course.
1. DOES YOUR GROOM KNOW HIS OWN CAR LICENSE PLATE NUMBER?
a. Yes b. Almost c. Not even close
2. WHAT NICKNAMES HAS HE GONE BY, FROM CHILDHOOD ON?
3. DOES HE THINK A GUY WHO GETS REGULAR MANICURES IS:
a. Properly concerned about the health and appearance of his nails?
b. Too vain?
c. Not exactly Marines material?
4. HAS HE EVER TAKEN LESSONS ON A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT?
a. Yes, he's studied the ________________________
5. DOES YOUR GROOM THINK EATING DINNER IN BED IS:
a. Great-he'd do it every day if he could?
b. OK on rare occasions?
c. Too messy even to contemplate?
Posted December 15, 2010
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