Everyone on Twitter today has been sharing their best, brief marriage advice.
Who better to turn to for advice on the most important relationship in your life than a bunch of strangers on Twitter? Using the hashtag #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words, people have been delivering little nuggets of wisdom, which are about as helpful as the advice anyone who is not married to you can give you for making your marriage better.
Here's the best marriage advice on Twitter today:
I need a drink #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words
— Ninj (@NinjaDrummer_) June 9, 2015
Live separately visit often #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words— Ursula Maria (@ursula_maria_) June 9, 2015
Always delete browser history #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words— Teddy Misog (@TeddyMisog) June 9, 2015
"Want to get tacos?" #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words— Nina Bargiel (@slackmistress) June 9, 2015
Send inlaws to island #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words— Tommy Campbell (@MrTommyCampbell) June 9, 2015
#MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words honey, we're vaping tonight— wwwdmmmffnn (@woodmuffin) June 9, 2015
Some people had advice that wasn't really advice, just a statement of a person they'd like to marry:
#MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words World's Most Beautiful Woman
— Mike Shaub (@mikeshaub) June 9, 2015
A lot of people wanted to talk about gay marriage:
And some people didn't understand the assignment at all:
#MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words Support each other through good times in bad, listen, be patient, encourage your partner to pursue their dreams.
— Chris Scott (@iamchrisscott) June 9, 2015
And then there was George R.R. Martin, the king of horrible marriages, who had this to say:
Don't send your regards #MakeMarriageBetterIn4Words— George RR Martin (@GeorgeRRMartin_) June 9, 2015
A good reminder that if you marriage doesn't end with a blade across your throat, you're in pretty good shape.