Lonely Author: More Top Ten Marriage Courses For Men (If You Want A Happy Marriage)

Staying with the love theme, Lonely Author wants to share a little of his Cupidities.

Due to the overwhelming enrollment for the Fall Marriage classes, there have been some new courses added to the Spring semester. Ladies here is your chance to mold your future or current groom to your liking.

In case you missed it, here is the link to the original courses:


More Top Ten Spring Courses For Men
If you Want A Happy Marriage


It Doesn’t Throw Itself Out
Slideshow and discussion

Yes, it can be done.
Cerebral Shock Therapy Sessions, Full Lobotomies, & Male Chastity Belts offered.

The Stove/Oven
What It Is and How It Is Used.
Live Demonstration

Toe Nail Clippings
Where they go and where they don’t
Open Forum

Overcoming Your Fears
Baby’s Diaper: They Don’t Change Themselves
Step by Step Slide Presentation

The modern technology behind the Washer & Dryer
Live Demonstrations

Your Other Mother
After your wife, your next mother. Mother-In-Laws are people too
Role Play

Sweat socks
No, it’s not male lingerie
Open discussion

Health Watch                                                        Bringing Her Flowers Is Not Harmful To Your Health.
Graphics and Audio Tapes

Miracles Do Happen
True Confessions of Maturity
Hotlines and Support Groups


Have a wonderful week.

Keep smiling.

Keep writing.




146 thoughts on “Lonely Author: More Top Ten Marriage Courses For Men (If You Want A Happy Marriage)

  1. A follow-up to the sweat sock thing…gentlemen, your black dress socks are also not male lingerie. Please remove any and all socks if and when you want US to remove our clothing.

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  2. Here in the South, we have this saying: (and it may be universal) If Mama ain’t happy, nobody’s happy. 🙂
    One thing that irks me–wives become surrogate mothers to their husbands after marriage. Why can’t men take care of themselves????? Does putting on that wedding ring suck away their intelligence?????

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    1. WAIT ONE DAMN MINUTE. Another Southern Belle??? God’s gift to man. SHIT They are everywhere except near me. Damn. Yeah, what is with men and maturity? And this latest video game playing generation is the worst. Need to keep Mama Happy!!!

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      1. You didn’t know I’m a Southerner? I’m as freakin’ Southerner as one can get, awfully close (maybe am) to being the proverbial hillbilly.
        Ah, the generation thing. 🙂 Between marriages (and to be honest, during also) I’ve gotten the come-on from younger guys. A couple of years difference in age is no big deal, but when you get past ten or so, not good for a long-term relationship. At work, I had this supervisor–about 15 years my junior–who let me know he’s interested. I recently took early retirement, and he told me to please keep in touch. (He knows the state of my husband’s health.) I wonder what he wants? lol

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          1. Well, I really don’t consider myself one. I grew up on a farm/ranch in the Ozark/Boston Mountains area, and until about 15 years ago–when I married my second husband-continued to live in that vicinity. I have more in common with The Beverly Hillbillies than your typical southern belle. lol

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  3. I love this:

    Yes, it can be done.
    Cerebral Shock Therapy Sessions, Full Lobotomies, & Male Chastity Belts offered.

    I’ll go with shock therapy… it’ll give me a good face-lift to looking 20 times younger than ever before. 🙂 hahahah!!!

    I love this so much. 🙂

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  4. OMG, I am signing up my hubby – he’s been around for a long, long time, but he needs a refresher course. Course, I have to stop laughing long enough to fill out his application, my hands are shaking too much to write straight, but expect it soon. And, thanks, cute Chimp.

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  5. When I planned to go away for a 10-day vacation, I had to literally TEACH my man how to wash his own clothes. He apparently hadn’t done it once before in his life. Also, apparently during the time I was away, my sister-in-law visited him to see him surrounded by filth, agonizing about how he was going to get this mess clean before I got home. But he did a good job at it!
    It’s good to be needed, sometimes.

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    1. Honestly, my Ex taught me a lot of that stuff. Perhaps that was part of her chosing to be an Ex. Parents worry about preparing their children for life, but we rarely teach them how to be a spouse. Question. Your last word, sometimes. You meant sometimes? Thanks for reading.


      1. Haha, yes, sometimes. A lot of the time I feel like I’m being stretched thin, because often my time goes to serving him and the house and there’s little left for me, so I guess it means whenever it comes with appreciation. Yesterday, my fiance brought me home roses as thanks for doing the dishes (which I always do anyway). At those times it’s good to be needed.

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  6. There’s a reason Lonely Author is not Lone in Love and it’s printed right here. This is hilarious, my friend. I love these courses and will recommend them to all my married friends 😀

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          1. Hey funny guy !! if ur wife is not jealous to me plz send daily a funny n valuable comment.ĺ m being as a fan of u coz ur secret admirer goes bananss.i have lost it in ur blog n my life.u know dt i fall in love of my secret admirer.

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