25 Of The Funniest Tweets About Married Life (May 5

Marriage is full of highs, lows and a whole bunch of ordinary moments in between.

And somehow the husbands and wives of Twitter continue to find humor in the minutiae of married life and sum it up perfectly in 280 characters or fewer.

Every other Monday, we round up the funniest marriage tweets of the last two weeks. Read on for 25 relatable new ones that will have you laughing in agreement.

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Obsessed with chili crisp? Here’s how to make it extra crunchy

 <span class="copyright">(Hanna Carter / For The Times )</span>
(Hanna Carter / For The Times )

With so many of you having to stay home and cook for the first time — ever or more than you have in a long time — we get that it can be overwhelming to have to cook all your meals from scratch. So we’re here to get you started.

Each day we’re going to post a new skill here and go in detail about how to do it — a resource for cooking basics so you can get food on the table and get through this.

Lesson 42: Chili Crisp

Over the last few years, food lovers in America have raved about chili crisp with the cultish fervor once devoted to sriracha. If you haven’t tried it, imagine the salty, crackly pleasure of potato chips with a just-right amount of tingling chile heat. Those who have tasted it swoon over the savory,

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12 Easy Ways to Support Independent Service Professionals During Coronavirus Pandemic

There’s a good chance that you haven’t gotten a haircut, asked for a massage or a facial, thrown a dinner party, or asked your housekeeper to come spring clean your closets — and that’s okay. Social distancing measures designed to prevent a tumultuous spread of the novel coronavirus are painfully necessary as the United States is currently experiencing the largest outbreak of COVID-19 out of all nations across the globe. And livelihoods have been impacted, making it tough to financially support service providers as we once did.

But that doesn’t mean that you should cut ties with the people who help you check off those boxes on your to-do list, even if you can’t pay them right now. These service professionals are experiencing a devastating upheaval to their businesses; most can’t hop online to continue to charge clients for services rendered — they depend on a face-to-face experience they

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‘I wasn’t that girl who goes to the doctor’

Patti LaBelle says she didn’t seek medical care often before her diabetes diagnosis. “I wasn’t that girl who goes to the doctor. It saved my life, falling out on stage that night.” (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images)
Patti LaBelle says she didn’t seek medical care often before her diabetes diagnosis. “I wasn’t that girl who goes to the doctor. It saved my life, falling out on stage that night.” (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images)

Patti LaBelle thought she had no symptoms leading up to her diabetes diagnosis more than 25 years ago. But when she collapsed onstage in 1994, it was a wake-up call.

“I landed on working so hard,” the Grammy Award-winning singer tells Yahoo Life. “We toured a lot and I figured I was exhausted when I fell onstage. We were singing and I passed out.”

LaBelle was in her 50s at the time and was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the hospital. Despite a family history of diabetes — her mother had her legs amputated because of the disease and her aunt went blind from diabetes — LaBelle was shocked by her

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