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Top 10 Complaint's from Wives and Mothers

Monday, May 13, 2013

By Grant MacDonald

10. Eve to Adam: "You never take me anywhere different to eat!"

9. Sarah to Abraham: "Maybe if you stopped treating me like your sister, we could start a family!" (Gen 12:19)

8. Elizabeth to John the Baptist: "I cook you a nice meal and all you want is locust, locust, locust!"

7. Pharaoh's Daughter to Moses: "Stop parting the bath water, Moses, and wash behind those ears!"

6. David's mom to Jesse, her husband: "Do you really think it was a good idea to get David that sling? He's going to put someone's eye out with that thing!"

5. Manoah's wife to her son Samson: "Can't you clean the sink after you shampoo? I'm sick of all these long hairs!"

4. Elizabeth to Mary: "I love talking to you, Mary, really I do, but can you speak a little softer? This kid just won't stop doing the rhumba in my tummy!" (Luke 1:44)

3. Mary to Joseph: "I TOLD you to make reservations!"

2. Herodias to her daughter: "I told Herod that if he didn't do something about this John nut, I would make sure the problem came to a head!"

And the number one complaint made by a biblical mother or wife is:

1. Pilate's wife to Pilate after the resurrection: "You never listen to me, do you?" How do you feel now "Mr. Wash-Your-Hands-In-Public"?! (Mat 27:19)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IRISHGIRL74 7/16/2013 6:52PM

    This was funny. Thanks for sharing!

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RASPBERRY56 5/13/2013 9:05AM


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AEROBISAURUS 5/13/2013 8:42AM

    Never seen that one before. emoticon

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BUSYGRANNY5 5/13/2013 7:48AM

    Too funny! Thanks for sharing!

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EVIE4NOW 5/13/2013 7:34AM

  cute! thank you.

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