A young couple gets married, goes on a cruise for their honeymoon. Back from the honeymoon, the bride immediately calls her mother.
"Well, darling," says her mom, "how was the honeymoon?"
"Oh, mother," the girl replies, "the honeymoon was wonderful! So romantic. We had a terrific time. But as soon as we returned, Sam began using really horrible language. Stuff I'd never heard before; really terrible words. You've got to come and get me and take me home. PLEASE, mother!"
And the bride begins to sob all over again.
"Poor darling," says the mother. "What words?"
"I can't tell you, mother -- they're too awful. Come and get
"Darling daughter," the mother continues," you must tell me what has you so upset. Tell mother. What were the words?"
Still sobbing, the bride says, "Words like 'dust,' 'wash,' 'iron', and 'cook'!"