Applying the scientific method to marriage reveals a terrifying secret

Let’s look at this whole marriage thing logically. Go on, take a deep breath and dive in. It’s about time someone at least gave it a shot.

Purpose: To measure and define the ratio of one marriage partner’s “right” proposed solutions to those of the other partner

Hypothesis: “I am always right” (come on, do we even need to test this!)

Method:
Step 1) Take two people with varied life experience who (ideally) respect each others intelligence and problem solving skills equally

Step 2) Place said two people in an endless variety of real-time challenges and social puzzles

Step 3) Test pros and cons of partners proposed solutions to determinine “rightness”

Conclusion: The “logical” assumption is that each partner will propose the best solution for the couple in 50% of the cases. Therefore, the “right” ratio can be defined as 50:50.

Application:The horror! There must be a flaw in my calculations. My husband couldn’t possibly have that kind of an edge! But him being right half the time would be an easy price to pay for him admitting he’s wrong the other 50% lol

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9 Responses to Applying the scientific method to marriage reveals a terrifying secret

  1. Giselle says:

    lolz! Very interesting sum-up! 😉
    n I would 100% agree with the application of the theory 😉

  2. Thérèse says:

    I can only conclude that there must be a flaw in your analysis.

  3. Giselle says:

    yea.. what is logical becomes impossible in reality sometimes.. and thats when it feels life is confusing!!!

  4. Cymbria says:

    so confusing, but with space for so much crazy fun. And from what I remember of Star Trek, the (oh so logical) Vulcans didn’t exactly tear up the dating scene lol

  5. nirveda says:

    lol….

  6. naturalcode says:

    When your logic is in doubt, try a practical experiment.

  7. Cymbria says:

    any suggestions?? lol

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