Wednesday, February 16, 2011

love languages, foo

Have you heard of the book that teaches love languages?

Couples are supposed to identify their love languages so their significant others can fulfill their needs.

Or something like that.

Truthfully, I have not read it. Although, I've heard it is worthwhile.

I don't need to.

No, Kevin and I don't have a perfect relationship. We just use our own love language.

And for no other reason than the fact that I'm just a total dork, we talk and text gangsta.

Yeah, you got it right, Yo. You no foo. Let me break down our latest text correspondence after Kevin sent me a text clarifying plans for last weekend.

Kevin: Sat. poker night here? (I was gone)

Me: Fo sure yo. If you help clean the house.

Kevin: Dang foo! Playin' it like a playa!

Me: I don't mess around, homie.

Isn't it romantic?


Krissy Engle said...

Ha! Love it!

missmehoneybee said...

Thats hilarious. Yes, I have read the book. Would recommend it. It really does help you to be aware of what message you are sending your spouse. My love language is quality time. It really does makes you look at every realtionship differently. Even the kiddos too, a hug might work for one, spending quality time will work for another. Great book.

Erin said...

You guys are funny. I read the book a couple of years ago and have been thinking I need to reread. It was very enlightening- apparently I was giving love in the ways I received it best, not realizing these weren't the ways Brett received it best. Confusing right? Now you really need to read it to understand, or just keep it gangsta.

elsiee said...

i love this so much I'm sitting on the couch next to my husband watching the Oscars with with my laptop on my lap and I paused the show just to read him this post to him out loud - he laughed YO!