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— Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live, isn't it?
— Who says so?
— Edna.
— Oh, Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point. Marriage is not a basic fact of nature. It's an invention.
It's like the infield fly rule. It exists only because the women say so. And, like idiots, we just go following right along.
— No, no, no, Stan. I... No, I don't know I would do without Edna. She, uh... she... Well, she... she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry.
— Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake. You're confusing love and laundry.

- Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live, isn't it?
- Who says so?
- Edna.
- Oh, Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point. Marriage is not a basic fact of nature. It's an invention.
It's like the infield fly rule. It exists only because the women say so. And, like idiots, we just go following right along.
- No, no, no, Stan. I... No, I don't know I would do without Edna. She, uh... she... Well, she... she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry.
- Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake. You're confusing love and laundry.
- Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live, isn't it?
- Who says so?
- Edna.
- Oh, Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point. Marriage is not a basic fact of nature. It's an invention.
It's like the infield fly rule. It exists only because the women say so. And, like idiots, we just go following right along.
- No, no, no, Stan. I... No, I don't know I would do without Edna. She, uh... she... Well, she... she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry.
- Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake. You're confusing love and laundry.
- Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live, isn't it?
- Who says so?
- Edna.
- Oh, Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point. Marriage is not a basic fact of nature. It's an invention.
It's like the infield fly rule. It exists only because the women say so. And, like idiots, we just go following right along.
- No, no, no, Stan. I... No, I don't know I would do without Edna. She, uh... she... Well, she... she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry.
- Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake. You're confusing love and laundry.
- Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live, isn't it?
- Who says so?
- Edna.
- Oh, Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point. Marriage is not a basic fact of nature. It's an invention.
It's like the infield fly rule. It exists only because the women say so. And, like idiots, we just go following right along.
- No, no, no, Stan. I... No, I don't know I would do without Edna. She, uh... she... Well, she... she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry.
- Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake. You're confusing love and laundry.
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