These illustrations are the perfect amalgamation of fun, humor, sass, and everything that comes between two people when they are in a relationship since long. The weirdness and habits of each other are so well known that one starts enjoying them. From knowing the kinds of underpants that the partner wears to not minding before a fart and that burp, surely long-term relationships are full of fun and have their own charm and comfort that futile, ever-changing ones can never provide.
Surely a relationship ages like wine, to have more intense flavors. California-based artist Mary Park has simply infused the emotions shared in a long-term relationship in the illustrations. Any couple who has been together since long can connect with these so deeply that they will feel as if their bond has been showcased here.
From that asking for love to cooking together to being lazy and nasty around each other, that too, whether clad or not, these illustrations speak volumes. Have a look.
And that cute hitting of belly on you.
When you do not mind climbing over her and having some great fun.
When you see the flip side of things.
You drop her period tainted underpants! You realize that you guys have surely been long enough.
And there he is, all busy on his own! Nothing annoys you more.
Courtesy: Mary Park
A sign that you guys are comfy around one another. This is a big compliment for the two of you.
Without any awkwardness or discomfort. Let me tell you, these are the memories in the making which you will surely cherish in your old age.
Without any complaints or guilt.
Has become an everyday thing, leaving you feeling incomplete if not practiced!
It all changed into comfort.
And she loves you for this.
And you realise how quirky your partner is. Laughing silently.
But the result is surely not as expected.
Damn the makeup.
Without any help from you, only to make herself suffer.
But you anyway offer help.
Phew! We hope you enjoyed these illustrations.
Do share with your partner with whom you have enjoyed these little joys of life. Tell him/her how important they are.
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