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Bride carrying her groom over the threshold
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"Could you put me down now? I really don't like to be touched."
Pre-nuptial Agreement: 'Hang on, I'll carry you over the threshold next.'
"Well I'm sorry but 'nearly over the threshold' just isn't good enough, Gerald!"
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'How can I ever forget our wedding day when I got a hernia carrying you over the threshold!'
Bridegroom has to carry his bride up a mountain.
"Crossing the pain threshold is just the beginning, my son --now you must cross the BOREDOM threshold."
"He's been a waiter for years."
"I'll carry you over a regular threshold, darling, as soon as the housing market improves."
"Love, honour and obey! I said nothing about cancelling my Tinder account."
"Where shall I put him, mum?"
'Carry mother in first.'
'What's your threshold of pain when it comes to salary and benefits?'
'Well, we might as well start as we mean to go on.'
Bridegroom jumps in the hands of his bride after seeing a mouse
'That will be all Perkins - you can put her down now. . .'
'Yes, it was romantic of you to carry me over the threshold. But, couldn't you have made sure that the drawbridge was down first?!'
'You wanted a second honeymoon, fine, but if you think I'm carrying you over the threshold again, you're nuts!'
'How could I EVER forget our wedding day-my back's never been right since I carried you over the threshold.'
I know I've got a key somewhere!!
'GAZZUMPED? Wodger mean-gazzumped?'
'This place looks familiar - are you SURE we haven't been married before?'
'... And here's the kitchen. This is where you'll be living.'