The three rings of marriage
“There are three rings involved with marriage. The engagement ring, the wedding ring, and the suffering.”
Woody Allen (1935-) American actor, comedian and director
ring (noun): a small, round, metal band that you wear on your finger
involved with: connected to
engagement ring (noun): a ring that a man gives to a woman when they decide to marry
wedding ring (noun): a ring that a married person wears
suffering (noun): a bad and painful feeling
By Josef Essberger for EnglishClub April 2012
Josef started teaching English as a foreign language in 1991 and founded EnglishClub for learners and teachers in 1997.
Marrige is that kind of relation which always made by God. its not painful.
Suffering if they loss understanding I think.
Luckily, the rings are detachable. Not indicated and not a good solution for the first two rings, but for the third, it worth trying.
You have a third ring, its the eternity ring.
I was not marrying but I wish I find another part of me some day and I think marriage is sacrifice for each other for life continue and for children regular life
Marriage makes people mature, although I always see the empty half of the glass!!
Marriage is like a closed watermelon , may be red or …………………… .
Marriage is like the activities which consistantly appeals to curious mind of the people, and eager to experience it though Experience is a teacher which slap first and teach latter.
sami hajrullahu says:
I think in the nosmal situation , the first and second is right for every couple , but the third I do not think we should believe it, … Let’s living without third thing hahaha
pierre corso says:
I must say that Woody Allen really has a good sense of humour when he played with the word “ring” . Maybe he was thinking about his own experience when he said this and i completely agree with him. lol
first two rings are compulsroy in marriage, but third one is upto both persone that how they understand to each other