Dear person who writes their online profiles mindful that your wife reads it,
We get it. You love your wife. You think she’s hot. That’s why you got married.
The rest of us may be inclined to disagree. We may believe that our own wife is hotter.
The fact that you need to reassure yourself that your wife is hot is great. But it comes across as, umm, a bit overstated.
Here’s Stephy’s take:
Fortunately, Christian hotness standards are not quite the same as conventional (secular) hotness standards. Value is supposed to be placed on the person rather than on appearance. Even so, hotness is still a valuable commodity even in Christian culture. The public declaration of a spouse’s hotness is a lovely gesture, but can become disquieting when expressed so frequently and fervently. It can begin to sound as if they are trying to convince themselves of something. Could thou protest too much?
My absolute favourite part though, and the part that makes this utterly postworthy, is if you do a bit of a phrase search on Twitter (I can’t guarantee that the results you get will be the same and/or safe for work/your holiness) you get a bunch of people talking about their hot wives. And a startling percentage are Christians. From my quick profile check of the people at this link I would say that close to 80% of the people using the phrase on Twitter either define themselves as Christians in their little description or tweet regularly about the Bible.
For the record, I think my wife is hot – but seriously – I don’t need to tell you that.