Think twice before you get married.
Housing prices have gone through the roof in Southern California.
Max and Mary tied the knot more than ten years ago.
I wouldn't paint my car that color, but to each his own.
Every time Max sees Jane, he gets tongue-tied, and just sits there and stares.
Under his breath, Max called Mary a fat cow.
Max was under the gun to complete the research before the end of the fiscal year.
I'm a bit under the weather today. I think I'll take the day off.
You can lecture Max until you're blue in the face, but he's going to do it his way no matter what.
Now that Mary is working from home, her office is up for grabs.
The exact date of the wedding is still up in the air at this point.
Max is a little too quiet today. He must be up to something.
We've had our ups and downs, but I'll always consider you my friend.
Wake up and smell the coffee! Unless you are extremely wealthy, the government doesn't care what you think.
When we were taking the test, the teacher watched us like a hawk to make sure that we weren't cheating.
The government has watered down the reports on global warming to make the problem seem less severe.
I'm not sure what we'll do if he says no. I guess we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
I don't think I want that young doctor performing heart surgery on me. He seems a little wet behind the ears.
When all is said and done, we may not have made a lot of money, but we had a lot of fun.
In the divorce, Max lost his kids, dog, house, car, timeshare property, the whole shebang.