A couple in their nineties were asked how their marriage lasted for 75+ years.
The wife explained that on their wedding day after the marriage they left the church and headed home in their horse-drawn carriage.
Before they even left the church the horse stumbled.
My husband got out of the carriage and severely hit the horse and said "no horse of mine stumbles".
Half way home the horse stumbled and my husband got out again and hit the horse and said "no horse of mine stumbles, that's twice".
As we pulled into our laneway the horse stumbled again.
My husband grabbed a gun and went to the horse and said "no horse of mine stumbles. This is the third time.", and he shot it.
I got out of the carriage and said "you shot a perfectly good horse!"
He said "no wife argues with me. That's once."