Marriage counselling can be a serious affair. Usually people will resort to marriage counselling as a last resort. I’m sure this was so for the couple in the following story. A story which will show you the funny side of marriage counselling.

 Eileen and her husband Bob went for counselling after 25 years of marriage.

When asked what the problem was, Eileen went into a passionate, painful tirade listing every problem they had ever had in the 25 years they had been married.

She went on and on and on: neglect, lack of intimacy, emptiness, loneliness, feeling unloved and unlovable, an entire laundry list of unmet needs she had endured over the course of their marriage.

Finally, after allowing this to go on for a sufficient length of time, the therapist got up, walked around the desk and after asking Eileen to stand, 

Embraced her, unbuttoned her blouse and bra, put his hands on her breasts and massaged them thoroughly, while kissing her passionately as her 

Husband Bob watched with a raised eyebrow!

Eileen shut up, buttoned up her blouse, and quietly sat down while basking in the glow of being highly aroused.

The therapist turned to Bob and said, ‘This is what your wife needs at least three times a week.. Can you do this?’

Bob thought for a moment and replied, ‘Well, I can drop her off here on Mondays and Wednesdays … 

But on Tuesdays ,Thursdays and Fridays I play bowls .. 

I think the following cartoon is a cool example of the funny side of marriage counselling too. :cool:

More funny side of marriage counselling

funny side of marriage counselling

And, just to finish off this Friday Funnies I’ve found a cool video that once again shows the funny side of marriage counselling.

And so ends another Friday Funnies. I hope you enjoyed this weeks post about the funny side of marriage counselling. Why not share it with your friends so they can have a good laugh as well?

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Great Jokes Friday Funnies #142

It’s been a pretty busy week this week. I produced a couple of videos, one which you’ll see at the bottom of this post, written several posts and worked a fair bit around the house. Even so I’ve still had time to find some great jokes for this weeks Friday Funnies.

Have you ever picked up a girl, gone over to her place and then noticed some blokes photo on the nightstand? Well this first great joke has a lot to do with that awkward situation.

Great Jokes That Make You Laugh

After a long night of making love, the guy notices a photo of another man, on the woman’s
nightstand by the bed. He begins to worry. ‘Is this your husband?’ he nervously asks.

‘No, silly,’ she replies, snuggling up to him.

‘Your boyfriend, then?’ he continues.

‘No, not at all,’ she says, nibbling away at his ear.

‘Is it your dad or your brother?’ he inquires, hoping to be reassured.

‘No, no, no! You are so hot when you’re jealous!’ she answers.

‘Well, who in the hell is he, then?’ he demands.

She whispers in his ear ‘That’s me before the surgery.’

As part of this weeks great jokes I have a few images for you. The first one is about mobile phones. This one is funny because it’s so true.

Great jokes

Funny as that image I have to admit that it’s a pretty sorry state of affairs.

Have you every had someone ask you a really stupid question? This one happened at a doctor’s office.

great jokes at the doctors officeOK, the next video isn’t really full of great great jokes. It does contain some of those special frozen moments in time. You know the ones. When a photographer manages to take a perfectly timed photo! Usually when the subject is caught in a compromising situation. Well, I managed to find some of those photos and I’ve added a bit of dialogue in an attempt to make them funny.

I originally put this video together fas part of my “Photos Of Hot Sports Women” post.

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Explaindio Review

I’ve been getting a lot of emails lately telling me how great the Explaindio Video Creator Software is. According to all the hype it’s “Changing the Way Videos are Made!” Anyway I bought the software on Saturday. I created the video on Sunday and I’ve uploaded it today, Monday. Now it’s time for my Explaindio review. But before I give you the Explaindio review let’s look at what has been said about it so I can review it properly.

Only Explaindio Video Creator:

explaindio review- Allows you to easily create Animated Explainer videos
that also include whiteboard sketch and HD Video clips.

– Allows you to easily add HD Video with Audio – that
means you can quickly import HD video clips into slides
and activate the audio without going through the hassle
of using an external program.

– Allows you to move and size animated explainer elements
so that you are no longer locked into a particular
animated slide style because with Explaindio you can
resize and move the animated elements as you wish.

– Allows you to easily import slides from VMFX – that’s
right, you can import most VMFX slides right into
Explaindio and even customize many of the animated
elements in those slides.

No more jumping between programs and then frustratingly
trying to stitch together animated, white board, and
HD Video/Audio segments.

Now you can do it all seamlessly with one program.

Now let’s look at what I put together and then I’ll write my Explaindio Review!

Explaindio Review How Good Is It?

OK, first off I want to say that all links linking to Explaindio are my affiliate links. However, unlike other people promoting affiliates, I’m not going to talk it up just so I can make a sale. I’m going to tell you exactly what I think of it. good and bad!

Explaindio Review – The Good

  • Allows you to easily create Animated Explainer videos
    that also include whiteboard sketch and HD Video clips: This part is true. The actual process of creating the video was pretty simple. Especially when you use the built in templates/slides.
  • Allows you to easily add HD Video with Audio: Once again this is a very easy process. I did however find a small failing with the audio. I’ll bring that up later.
  • Allows you to move and size animated explainer elements: This is not true of all elements While you can move texts and sketch images you can not move animated images.
  • Allows you to easily import slides from VMFX: I don’t know what VMFX is so I wasn’t able to test this particular feature.

The best thing, for me, about Explaindio is the sketch feature. I just love the way it works. It comes with heaps of SVG files but there is no reason why you can’t get more. The businessman in the video below is one I got in a previous package. Basically if you have an SVG file Explaindio can sketch it for you.


Explaindio Review – The Bad

Before I get into the Explaindio’s failing let me say that it may not be the softwares fault but my own failings.

  • Like I said at the beginning of the Explaindio review the built in templates/slides were a definite plus as they make the animated video production very simple. The failing is that other than the text and outlines you can’t really edit much. What would be really great would be if you could create you’re own animated slides as it wouldn’t take long to exhaust the built in ones.
  • When importing video you are limited to 30 seconds of audio. In my video above I couldn’t use it at the beginning of the video because it cut off the last 5 or so seconds of my spiel. I had to use Camtasia to finish it off.
  • While I liked the idea of being able to add audio the final product was so out of sync I couldn’t use it. I had to export the video and then use Camtasia to add the audio. I tried several things but the audio sync just wouldn’t gel.
  • I could not extend a portion of slide that I was using. If you watched the video above you would have noticed the part, “But like Fred she is worried about,” went by way too quickly. I tried to extend the timing but that didn’t work. It’s probably just one of the bugs that needs to be ironed out.
  • This next one is that when adding text to the ‘sketch files’ you can’t use the return key. So if you wanted to add more than one line you have to physically add each line via the “Add text’ function.

 Even with the above mentioned failings I’m more than happy with Explaindio. When you consider that it only cost $39.95! I even got a buck off for recommending them on FaceBook! For that price I get regular free software upgrades. Upgrades which I’m sure will resolve those failings I mentioned.

The fact that after the launch you will only be able to get Explaindio as a monthly or yearly subscription really sold it for me. I really dislike those monthly subscription deals.

Because I can see so many uses for this software there is no way in hell I’m going to take advantage of the money back guarantee. For me it’s not so much the marketing part that I’m interested as I intend to use it to jazz up my YouTube videos to make them more interesting,

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