Sad stories i found on the internet

You can read if u want to, these are just sad. :( But they are about love and all and really sad but good. Enjoy. I may find some that aren't sad.

Chapter 3

Ok, we need some funny! Chap 3



A husband wakes up at home with a huge hangover.

He forces himself to open his eyes and the first thing he sees is a couple of aspirins and a glass of water on the side table.

He sits down and sees his clothing in front of him, all cleaned and pressed. He looks around the room and sees that it is in perfect order, spotless and clean. The rest of the house is in equally good shape.

He takes the aspirins and notices a note on the table.

"Honey, breakfast is on the table. I left early to go grocery shopping. Love You!"

He is totally shocked by the loving note. He goes to the kitchen and there is a hot breakfast and morning newspaper ready for him.

His son is eating at the table.
He asks, "Son, what happened last night?"
His son says, "Well, you came home around 3 a.m. drunk and delirious. You broke some crockery, puked in the hall and gave yourself a black eye when you stumbled into the door".
Confused, the man asks, "So why is everything in order and so clean? Why is there breakfast on the table waiting for me? I should expect to have a big quarrel with your mom!"
His son replies, "Oh, that! Mom dragged you to the bedroom and when she tried to take your clothes and shoes off, you said, ‘Lady Leave Me Alone! I'm Married!’"

- Moral of the story -
Self-induced hangover - $ 400.00
Broken crockery - $ 800.00
Breakfast - $ 10.00
Saying the right thing while drunk - "Priceless"

A married couple is in a car along the highway doing a steady forty miles per hour. The wife is behind the wheel.

Her husband looks at her abruptly and started speaking in a clear voice.
He says, "Darling, I know we've been married for twenty years, but I want a divorce."
The wife says nothing. She keeps her eyes on the road ahead but slowly increases her speed to forty-five miles per hour.

The husband speaks again.
This time, he said, "I don't want you to try and talk me out of it, because I've been having an affair with your best friend and she's a far better lover than you."
Again the wife stays quiet. However, she grips the steering wheel more tightly and slowly increases the speed to fifty-five miles per hour.

He pushes his luck.
"I want the house." He demands.
The car is now travelling at sixty miles per hour.
"I want the car too." He continues.
The speedometer reads sixty-five miles per hour.
"And," he says,
"I'll have the bank accounts, all the credit cards, the boat and our dog!"

The car slowly begins veering towards a massive concrete bridge.
This makes him a wee bit nervous, so he asks her, "Isn't there anything you want?"

The wife replies at last in a quiet and controlled voice.
"No, I've got everything I need." She says.
"Oh, really?" He inquires.
"So what exactly have you got?

Just before they slam into the wall at seventy-five miles per hour, the wife turns to him and says, "The airbag."

Never underestimate the rationalization of a woman.


A man was walking across the road when he met with an accident. The impact on his head caused him to be in a coma for two days.

When he opened his eyes, his wife was by his side.
He told her (in tears), "When I was struggling with my studies in the University, I failed again and again. Sometimes I even have to re-take my papers. You were there by my side, encouraging me to go on trying."

She squeezed his hands as he continued, "When I went for major interviews and failed to clinch any of the jobs, you were there, cutting out the job ads for me to apply..."

He added, " ...then I started working in this little firm and finally got a big contract. I blew it because of a small mistake. But you were still there for me."
His wife was in tears.

The man said, "I finally got a job after being laid off for quite some time. But I never seem to be promoted and my hard work was not recognized. I remained in the same position from the day I joined the company till now. You are still beside me..."

His wife's tears trickled down as she listened to him, "And now I met with an accident and when I woke up, you are here with me. There's something I really like to say to you..."

She flung herself on the bed and hugged her husband, sobbing with deep emotion. Finally her husband said,

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"I think you bring me bad luck."

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