The petition to make Nicolas Venire repaint his house in a much more pleasing matter to his neighbors was presented to the proper authorities. Fortunately hey agreed with the petitioners It was because enough people in the neighborhood signed it .Lady Lynda was relieved to go on to other concerns She was especially pleased that curmudgeon Erasmus Nutley put his signature on the form. It was an incredible challenge, especially Nutley, but she was victorious she triumphantly told herself. She was as proud as an owner of a dog show best in show. As proud as a researcher winning a Nobel prize. As proud as a parent of an honor student. Now s he could move on to a topic she considered critically important. For it effected the future lives of a married couple, husband and wife. More rules for the pluperfect husband. Since being married to Seymour there was a new perspective on the matter at hand.
Te rules didn’t need to be complicated. They did need to be clear and doable. The goal of the husband was to please his wife. These rules would help him do just that. For that was the sole purpose of these edifying , enriching ahem, suggestions.
In no particular order LadyLynda earnestly commenced with her crucial proclamiations. That is if the husband wife wanted a harmonious relationship in true marital bliss. If they followed these self evident truths they were be blissfully happy.
Ruls for the pluperfect husband. 1Being appreciative when his wife retrieved his slippers for him.
2If the Mrs and his’s daughter is sixteen she is a sweet sixteen and a demure virgin.
3He is a loving firm disaplinarian4
4He refuses his adolescent children to listen to that crude suggestive rock . If one wants to call that troglodyte nonsense music
5He is a sterling character well respected by his wife
6He is a breadwinner with no complaints of his superior-or long hours7
7He is respectful to his wife’s need for material comforts
8sHe never questions his wife’s taste and keeps his opinions to himself
9The perfect husband listens patiently to his wife’s complaints and never burdens her with his
10Lastly he is ever ready to perform his husbandly, manly duties to ensure marital bliss.
Number ten was the most important.