Bragging rights

I started doing the ironing and the vacuuming.  My wife said to me one day, “Why?” and I said “I’ve always liked ironing” and she said “I wish you’d told me that 20 years ago!” So, now we chat while I do the ironing.
Geoff K.

I so didn’t feel like babysitting yesterday but I looked after our daughter for way beyond the point of my enthusiasm so my wife could catch up on much-needed sleep.  Then I put our daughter down to sleep and I went out to an appointment.  My wife felt so loved and it’s these decisions that pay  off in the long run but don’t seem worth it at the time.
BAZ.

I sent her a box of roses every week for one and a half years, even though she refused to go out with me.  It cost me  the earth.  Finally she said yes and now we are married.  Persistence paid off.
Tony, married over 20 years.

She felt loved when I wrote “I love you” in the lawn with the lawnmower.  More accurately, I ploughed the words into  the mown lawn.
Michael.

“Last night I looked up into the stars and matched each one with a reason why I love you. I was doing great until I ran out of stars.” I said this to a girl I’d liked for really long time and we have been dating ever since.
By Anonymous

Write “I’m falling more in love with you every second.”  It’s the most romantic thing ever.
D.M.

I wrote “I love you. Get well soon.” on the bathroom mirror and stuck a chocolate to it. She was so happy about that. I’m going to do it again as soon as she forgets about it.

Mr Incredible.