What happens after you get married? After the wedding, after the honeymoon and you actually move in together? What happens when you combine assets, share space, need to make decisions together and actually regard one another?
My breaking point came when I ran out of the bathroom, naked, enraged and screaming nonsensically at my husband as to why he couldn’t put a roll of toilet paper on the toilet paper holder! I am an educated person with a Masters degree trying to debate logically about the function of a plastic roller and toilet paper! Like a lawyer I’d provide endless, rational arguments for this simple task to no avail.
The book is about the difficulties of relationships between men and women and having to adjust to living together after marriage. It covers the author's arguments about everything from toilet paper, sharing closet space, driving, cooking, cleaning, coffee, taking care of pets -- Men and Women just think and approach everyday life differently. Moving in together exposes many behaviors that couples either adjust to or break up over. This is a comical viewpoint about arguments the author and her husband continue to have. Some behaviors they have figured out how to live with while others are still painful to deal with. The author repeated yells at her husband in just about every chapter the phrase "You’re Not a Fucking Bachelor Anymore" This book is universal and crosses all countries, continents, nationalities and backgrounds.