Seems that, after all these years, the romance and love just wasn’t what it used to be for John and Jane. In an attempt to salvage their thirty years of marriage, Jane convinces her husband to see a marriage councillor with her.
The counsellor asks first asks Jane what she feels the problem is, and before he can even finish his sentence she goes into a tirade listing every single problem the couple has ever had – even before things went south. She goes on and on for nearly an hour, and finishes in tears.
Finally, the counsellor gets up from his couch, walks over to Jane, embraces her and begins to kiss her passionately. The woman quiets down, immediately, and sits there in a daze.
The counsellor then turns to the John and says, “Your wife needs this at least three times a week. For the sake of your marriage, can you can do this?”
The husband ponders this question for a moment, and confidentially replies,
“I can drop her off here on Mondays and Wednesdays… but on Fridays, I play golf.”