Quotes with tag:
Before I got married, I dated the gamut.
I want my permanent address to be in Oklahoma. Someday, when I get married and I have kids, that’s where I want to raise my kids.
I recorded ‘The End of All Things’ right before I married my now wife. We had no vows publicly, so I wrote her this song and told her, ‘This is how I see our relationship.’
It’s probably hard to be married to me. It’s not easy.
Everybody in the South loves the one closeted homosexual who’s married. It’s just too funny to not have in a movie about the South. It’s an epidemic. You gotta represent!
The key is allowing your partner to be who they are and not having expectations that really have nothing to do with the person you married.
Even though you’re married, you’re still individuals. You still have to grow and nurture your individuality.
There is no guarantee what will give you happiness any which way. I know many married people who are unhappy.
I’m from Chicago. My grandfather was a policeman, and my aunts are married to policemen.
Look, I know he’s been married three times before. I accept it, but I don’t want it driving up the driveway.
I think that Vegas is one of the wildest places I’ve ever been to. You can look to your left and there’s a drag queen getting married by Elvis, to the right there is some old bird sticking quarters into a slot machine for hours.
It’s really corny to say, but if you are happily married and have good kids, that is about 98 per cent of what you should be seeking to achieve.
If consulted by friends about marital dramas, I always encourage the singles to marry, the married to stick together, the neglectful and wayward to renew their loving commitment and the wronged to forgive.
I always did think I would be married and settled down by now but maybe I ain’t ready.
I’m a married man and I’ve got two children, and you have to do sacrifices.