Most married couples in India have 5 petty but hilarious arguments

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No marriage is without debate. While some fights can be very ugly, others can be quite interesting and hilarious. According to experts, fights between couples can be healthy as it can help them to solve problems and problems in their relationship. Problems in marriage or relationships come when people fail to address issues that disturb their minds and threaten to weaken the bond they share. Many times, feelings arising from untold issues can cause frustration, which, later on, can cause major friction between two people. While many believe that quarrels between the couple indicate trouble in their paradise, experts think otherwise. When two people fight they begin to communicate, whether it is angry or otherwise. And communication is what is needed most to resolve the issues. Now, don’t treat all fights as healthy, because some are not. Fights between couples that create more problems than they solve, especially if these emergence occur fairly regularly. However, here we are talking about the petty but hilarious fights that most married couples have. And these help them to laugh a little and grow closer. Let’s read what most Indian married couples fight about.

Why do you always keep wet towels on the bed?

If we have to choose a small argument that all married couples in India have – the great Indian battle of keeping a wet towel in bed? Needless to say that most of the time the husband is the culprit here? However, it is very amusing to find out how most couples fight with a wet towel at the beginning of their conjunctive journey.

The famous ‘Mother’s hand tea’ argument
Anyone who does not argue with the famous ‘mother’s hand tea’ with a spouse in India, has no idea how it can be found. Whether you accept it or not, most Indian wives, at some point of their lives, would have heard their husbands comparing cooking with food prepared by their mother. And do we really need to expand on what change is?

Oh, is that so! Would you rather have a boys night instead of spending time with me?

Now, let’s give the wife a bit of credit for hitting her man’s forty-eight heel. Yes, everyone likes their boys’ night out, some might like to spend time with their wife. This is a frequent argument in most households with newlyweds. But once peace is restored the husband gives his wife a sweet surprise for his adventure with the boys the next day!

You don’t like my parents, do you?

It is the same old story and even Indian couples are guilty of indulging in it. Marriage not only binds two people together but also brings their family closer. Hence it is expected that married couples treat their in-laws like their parents. But it is not always easy to do this, at least right in the beginning? Therefore, newly married couples are often seen arguing about whether they like or dislike their in-laws.

Stop behaving like a graduate?

Boys will be boys, right? While most Indian women are ready for their new roles as a wife, some men take time to adjust to their marital lives. No wonder they would still like to party like they used to before and do little harmless flirting. Those who have seen the movie ‘Hangover’ will understand what we are trying to say here. So, it should not be surprising when a wife would object to such bachelor behavior and argue with her husband.

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