Thanks all for the good wishes! I've been married for a little over a week now and so that qualifies me an expert. I could give counseling and such.
So, I feel like that dentist from Seinfeld that converted to Judiasm just for the jokes. I feel like we got married just to make jokes. As it is, I laugh way too much already. I feel like I added material to the routine. Rodrigo came home one day and told me he was was saying something about me to his co-worker. He said that he'd said, "My girlfr . . . uh, my wife" because I think it was the first time he called me wife. I was teasing him for the longest time saying that he just couldn't say it and it was actually more like "My wuh, wuh, wuh, wife". Then, of course, I was saying that I wouldn't be able to say husband and I'd be like "My huh, huh, huh . . " until somebody whacked me in the back and I could finally get it out. Hmm.... this doesn't sound so funny now that I'm reading it, but I was cracking up then. :P
The thing that's made me laugh the most is "irreconcilable differences". It used to be that when Rodrigo said or did something that I didn't really like I'd say something like "I don't like you anymore" or "You're not my favorite person". Well, during the week he was trying to rap or something. He was trying to immitate someone pretty badly and all I could say was "irreconcilable differences". I find it quite hilarious. The next day, I'd gotten a cut on my head and I was picking at the scab (yes, I know its gross, but I couldn't stand having it there) Rodrigo asked me what I was doing. I said, "picking a scab on my head". He made a gross-out face and said, "Eww, irreconcilable differences". We've been saying it since.
Lastly, because we act like we're in seventh grade, ever since we got the marriage license, and especially now that we're married, we've been imitating this clip. . . . Yes, we're immature like that.