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MARRIAGE IS TOO MUCH WORK
The pastor of a big city church ran an ad for a caretaker-housekeeper. The next day, a well-dressed young man appeared at the pastor’s door. But before he could say more than, “Hello, I came to see about…,” the pastor began questioning him. “Can you sweep, make beds, shovel walks, run errands, fix meals, balance a checkbook, and baby-sit?” the churchman asked. “Whoa,” the young man said, “I only came to see about getting married, but if it’s that much work, I’m not interested.” Virginia Myers, Saturday Evening Post, April, 1990

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