I Married Beavis

Hubby is funny.

He knows how to make me laugh.

He's been trying really hard this past week too, knowing I need that kind of therapy.

A few days of doing his Chandler-dancing real dance moves and eh, okay ha ha.

Another try when discussing My Boy's birthday party, saying things like "let's make 'baddie sacs' instead of goody bags." All right, his opposite-talk, that made me snort a little.

But, I wish I had a tape recorder to play his hysterical laughing Monday night.

After a few glasses of wine each, we were cracking up so hard, it literally hurt my stomach.

What caused this near-pee-our-pants spurt of comic relief? The Ensucklopedia...according to Beavis and Butthead!

Hubby has had this book since our college years. '91-'94. I remember the days when I'd sit in his apartment watching MTV and laughing at words like "thingies" and "nads" and "doin' it" and going huhhuhhuuhhhuuhh.

Yeah, we learned a lot in college.

So Hubby is slightly drunk and we'd done all our Bachelor dissing, and he finds this book, that I haven't seen in like a week years, and he's quoting it.

I'd give you a page number, but infantile-man-boy books don't have them apparently, so we're on the Ss-Sleep Deprivashun Expermint- half way down the page...

12:00 a.m. The Stroke of Midnight *Now if your head is in the gutter you'll see that hubby is laughing his ass off at the word STROKE.

12:23 a.m The Stroke of 12:23. *OMG my husband is laughing so hard he snorts and is turning red. Again, get it, STROKE...still stroking...

12:47am The Stroke of .._______ *Hubby is laughing so hard now, no sound is coming out and he's in tears.


I've married a 13-year-old boy.

In his defense, I was hysterically laughing too. Not so much at the book, but because he is laughing so hard it was just too dang cute!

Let's knock on wood that our kids don't want to start reading these literary gems.

HUHHHUUHHUUHHUHHUH, I said "wood."

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  1. The Panic Room said...

    You should totally get him this morning and do your best impression of "Cornholio" for him.

  2. M@ said...

    Uhhhhh huh huh...you said Stroke like 17 times.

    I have this book and it makes me laugh just about that hard. You need days like that sometimes.

  3. Mighty M said...

    Gotta love those men! My sister's husband got a book by Chuck Norris and I guess he thinks it is just the funniest thing ever and he loves to quote it to her. And everyone else. I'm not feeling the funny on that one.

  4. Twisted Serenity said...

    Lmbo!

  5. Brittany said...

    First, Anissa'a hubby & his legos, and now your hubby and Beavis...our men are children!

  6. Haasiegirl said...

    Yes, my DH is the SAME way. It gets slightly old.

    trisha
    momdot

  7. PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

    Sure is better than being married to a negative sourpuss.

    Have a great day!

    Paul

    Eat Well. Live Well.
    PurpleGreenPops.com

  8. Aria said...

    That's so much fun ~ I love LMAO because someone else is LTAO... Tell him not to stroke wood in front of the kiddies... HUHHHUUHHUUHHUHHUH

  9. Don't Lick The Ferrets! said...

    Never underestimate the power of laughter! Sometimes it's all that keeps me going! I'm glad you enjoyed yourselves!

  10. Heather said...

    This is fabulous!! I used to love Beavis and Butthead! Such good memories!

  11. numberonesistah said...

    Ahahaha! I love belly laughing when someone else is laughing like that! Awesome.

  12. Tenakim said...

    all good stuff! I married Butthead! Smae humore, just not quite as sharp

  13. Mary Moore said...

    They're all 13-year-olds...

  14. Deb said...

    Wood!!! Funny! You should come play FB innuendo Scrabble with me...I posted about it a couple of days ago.

  15. Khadra said...

    This is my husband as well. No wine to blame it on either.

    sad.

    LOL!

  16. Evolving Mommy Catherine said...

    My hubby has that same juvenile humor too. Maybe it's just genetic? Either way I love laughing until my sides ache over really stupid things.

  17. BlapherMJ said...

    Boys will be boys, just in a man's body! LOL

  18. Patois said...

    Hung out with a couple of 12-year-old boys last week. Mentioned Hancock Park. Much laughter. It quickly went downhill from there. Huhhuhhuh.

  19. Jenni Jiggety said...

    We are big Beavis and Butthead fans...

    That's a little sad. LOL!

  20. Amy Amy Bo Bamey said...

    I am still looking at the baby in your bracelet in your header :)

    I love laughing super hard like that over such stupid things and it is even better watching the Hubby laugh like that.

    Stroke & Wood...yup those are good ones! Those will get ya doin' it.

  21. Lindsey said...

    I love the idea of "baddie sacs" so much I might just use that one. FUNNY STUFF.

  22. Ali said...

    My hubby wouldn't know what to do if I started laughing at his juvenile behavior--I think he thrives off of me rolling my eyes!

  23. Molly said...

    My husband married Bevis too!

    I am awful. My son will have friends over and I start snickering (under my breath) at things they have said before they do.

    The 14 yr old really doesn't appreciate it like his step father does.

  24. Dawn said...

    This cracked me up!

    I can't help but laugh when my husband gets tickled over such childish things!

    I'd rather have that then a husband who finds no laughter in anything!

  25. Domestic Goddess (In Training) said...

    My husband is the same way! If I say the word shaft... like "Mickey Rourke got the shaft at the Oscars" he giggles like a 12 year old boy.

  26. Lindsay said...

    LOL ooo that is to funny!!

  27. Mel Fraase said...

    Ah those were the days! We still catch eachother with a well deserved "you said____" once in a while. Glad he's good therapy!

  28. Julia@SometimesLucid said...

    Once you get on a lighter bender, everything is FUNNY!

  29. kreations said...

    We all married 13 year old boys. My husband constantly talks about what to do in case zombies attack. Last night he got mad I wasn't listening to his theory of how Zombies could actually happen. ?

  30. Semi-Slacker Mom said...

    Thanks for the B&B flashback! Hope things with K get better real soon.

  31. the Preppy Princess said...

    This is very good! We have to fly before our spouse looks over at the monitor and says "Oh...what book is that? It looks good."

    Grins & Giggles,
    tp

  32. Krystyn said...

    Hilarious!

    Does he need some tp for his bunghole? Or maybe K could use some? Maybe that would help out?

  33. Ann said...

    Are you sure it was just wine that you were ingesting? Hmmmmm????

  34. justusseven said...

    Too funny! Love your blog!

  35. Erica said...

    My husband is completely a Beavis when he's not being a Butthead! He loves Family Guy too! Sometimes I laugh along, sometimes I roll my eyes =)! Of course a little alcohol always makes the laughing easier! We started dating when we were 17 so you can imagine we were real mature!

  36. NateAndJakesMom said...

    I was a jr. high school PE teacher... I don't think any boy gets past this stage in life. Have you ever tried to find another way to say "Take your balls to the field..." or "I told you to stop playing with the balls until I say you can." Balls... I tried equipment but they'd always say, "what equipment? you mean these balls?" and burst out laughing...

  37. Amy@Bitchin'WivesClub said...

    Beavis and Butthead totally make me crack up.

  38. WeaselMomma said...

    I'm betting that he put the moves on you next.

  39. Heidi said...

    Hilarious. I am laughing at your poor husband now. THanks for that, I think I needed it too.

  40. Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

    That's too funny...love those times when the weirdest things hit that funny bone and you can't stop laughing - it's infectious and makes everyone else laugh, too! :)

  41. Shannon said...

    Shane used to watch that show...

    And I love it when my hubs laughs! It makes me laugh just to hear him!

  42. Mrs4444 said...

    So happy for you both; as long as you're laughing together, it's all good :)

  43. Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in Parenting said...

    OMG that totally just brought me back to my youth! And I have to admit, I laughed imagining him :)

    Want some real laughter? Get a couple of friends and play MAD GAB. OMG we were in TEARS playing that at Christmas with my bro, sis in law, hubby and close family friend. IN TEARS I tell you with some of the 'implications' by the words.

  44. Krystal said...

    Dude - there is nothing more sexy than a guy who can make you laugh. And honestly, without liquor, I laugh at the word huevos - so I guess I am in some good company then.

  45. The Bush Family said...

    I'm so glad I stumbled onto your blog from tHe RamBler! Made me laugh so hard I almost PEED my pants!! Hehehehehe I now need TP for my BUNGHOLE! :)

  46. Lori said...

    This happened to us last night. We were watching the episode of Friends when Ross whitens his teeth to the point that they glow in the dark, and Hubby started laughing so hard I thought he was going to choke. Ah, good times, good times.

  47. 'cuz I'm the mommy, that's why! said...

    We have the complete Beavis & Butthead on DVD. We're bad parents, the kids have seen a few episodes too

  48. Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

    Totally funny sounds like you have a great husband. Laughter certainly helps you feel better when you have had a rough day.

  49. Deanna Watson said...

    oh geez. I laugh every time someone says "duty" though...
    xo

  50. tannawings said...

    That is the mark of a good marriage. I swear laughing at stupid stuff is totally the best. What makes it even better is you can say the word stroke like 3 days later and they bust out laughing.

    PS married 30 years to a man just like that :)

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