Marriage can be a bumpy road-if you let it! Smooth marriages are no fun, and they can need a little help to keep them from becoming stale, dry, and predictable. Author Mary McHugh scored a hit when she wrote the successful How Not to Become a Little Old Lady. Now she offers up more than 250 concise, sage tips for keeping your marriage interesting in How to Ruin Your Marriage. Take your spouse on a roller coaster ride with suggestions like these: " Tell your mother-in-law she brought up a spoiled brat. " Watch All My Children, drink wine, and cry. " Exchange your king-sized bed for twin beds. " If your wife asks you if you will miss her when she dies, say, "Life goes on."Complemented with illustrator Adrienne Hartman's hilarious drawings, How to Ruin Your Marriage is a surefire fix to keep your marriage from being dull and worn-out.McHugh, Mary is the author of 'How to Ruin Your Marriage ', published 2006 under ISBN 9780740754852 and ISBN 0740754858.
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