With the divorce rate at over 50 percent, “'til death do us part” is sounding a lot more like “'til I start hating when you touch me and turn to the pool boy for emotional comfort sex.”
These days, hearing people read their wedding vows is like listening to a little kid describe his belligerently optimistic future as a professional race car driver, horse veterinarian and mayor of the first moon colony.
Don't get me wrong, weddings are wonderful things to attend. But when I hear people say, “I do,” I finish the sentence with, “promise to take the dog on hour-long walks 10 years from now so I can be free of this emotional prison.”
No one would get married if people had realistic wedding vows like the ones in the video above.