We all desire perfection in things, whether it is marriage or love or relationships. This idea routine of someone having a perfect marriage looks like heaven!
She: Wake up Ashish! Or you will be late for the gym again.
Me: Don’t wake me up na! Let me sleep a little bit more. And a hug is followed by a kiss.
Helping her to make breakfast, and she is helping me to get ready for work.
She: Don’t forget to finish your lunch. (Message pops up)
Me: I would have finished it, but where is the chicken? Who eats vegetables for lunch.
She: Today is Tuesday.
Me: Fuck, Tuesday. Anyway, you take your lunch on time, I don’t want to hear any excuse about it.
Me: Can you please change this channel, I don’t want to watch Ekta Kapoor’s shit.
She: And I don’t want to watch your Hollywood shit.
Me: I am going to buy a new TV.
And my dad interrupts, Bahut paise ho gaye hai tere paas? (So, have you got too much money?).
My dad loves Ekta Kapoor’s shit more than her.
Helping her prepare dinner.
Me: You make chapati, I will prepare vegetables. (That is my specialty)
She: Last time, you put extra salt.
Me: Accidents happen. Drink more water to compensate.
And my mom interrupts, “Sometimes listen to your wife too. You can’t be right every time.”
Back to bed.
Cuddling and a naughty smile on my face, I whisper in her ear, “let’s have a kid.”
Well, this is the best we can think of an idea of perfect marriage. Just a normal life with respect, lots of love and compatibility with each other.
A perfect marriage is just two imperfect people who
refuse to give up on each other…
PS: Don’t compare our answer with reality, it is just an Idea of a perfect marriage. Where perfection is myth