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Super Bowl vs. Valentine’s Day

superbowl47Here’s the latest episode in my “Wedded Blisster Series” of animated movie shorts.

Marriage is bliss, but these mini-movies I sometimes make have a humorous take on some of the blisters that couples face along their blissful way.

Episode #13 looks at the tension between the “guy holiday” of Super Bowl Sunday versus the “gal holiday” of Valentine’s Day.   Links to my other recent Wedded Blisster episodes follow the video below.


Here are two other installments of this Wedded Blisster mini-movies you might enjoy:

Honey Do List – episode #12

Black Friday Blues – episode #11

Also – if you’ve never been here before here are two other similar types of posts that you might like to read:

Steps Toward an Amish NFL

10 Worst Halloween Candies


  • http://perichoreticlife.blogspot.com/ Michael Thompson

    Are you dropping hints for your wife?

    • TorConstantino

      Am I being too subtle???

      • http://perichoreticlife.blogspot.com/ Michael Thompson

        At this point the question is, “Did it work?” :-)

  • http://shipboundfortarshish.wordpress.com/ Bonnie Anderson

    Quite the gutsy blisster today – I loved it! (I suspect your wife has as good a sense of humor as my husband does.) Does this mean you got that new big screen you were after? I hope so.

    • TorConstantino

      No big screen for me – my wife effectively siphoned off that discretionary spending toward the redesign of our baby’s nursery…where’s the justice???

  • http://www.ramblingbarba.com Ken Hagerman

    “You always have my best interests at heart.” HA

    Good work Tor.

    • TorConstantino

      Thanks Ken! On an unrelated note – the goatee in your gravatar images is prodigious! How long have you been growing that piece of facial art???

      • http://www.ramblingbarba.com Ken Hagerman

        I started really growing the length 3 years ago. I don’t let it get much longer than that photo because of pier pressure. If I do my wife may push me off of a pier. When I cut it I trim it a couple of inches and shape it up then let go.

  • http://twitter.com/CabinetDoork Jeremy Carver

    Egalitarian Reciprocity. That just owned me!

  • http://www.skipprichard.com/ Skip Prichard

    Priceless, as always, Tor!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bruce-Rodgers/1068318674 Bruce Rodgers

    Ha! Excellent stuff, as usual!