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Uploaded:2020-04-06
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John talks about conversations to have before you marry your partner. The Wimbly Womblys play Liverpool.
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Hello and welcome to Hankgames without Hank! My name is John Green, manager of the AFC Wimbledon Wimbly Womblies, and we're one minute in to our game against Liverpool, because, um, I just like started playing and didn't start talking, and — because I was thinking. I was having a thought. I've been having a lot of worry lately, and I was having a worry, and my worry was so intense that I forgot, like, that I was sitting in front of a microphone and thought that I was just playing FIFA for my own edification and not for our shared joy. 

AFC Wimbledon in second place after our shock and, really, entirely my fault loss to Chelsea. And now we are playing Liverpool, another really good team, although albeit one in an absolutely hideous orange uniform. I remember this season, when Liverpool's third kit was orange. It was the worst, and now I'm having to relive it. 

So, anyway, I'm here today to answer problems— solve problems from our viewers, one of which is — I'm gonna read it — from Mr. Cardboard Hero, "Conversations to have with your partners before getting married." It's not really a problem, but it could be a problem if you don't have those conversations. And I actually do have a little bit of advice on this front, which is unusual for me. 

So, um, you're wondering what conversations to have with your partner before getting married. And, I mean, one of the weird things about marriage— there's a lot of weird things about marriage, but one of the weird things about marriage is that you do not know the promise you're making when you make it. Like, when you promise, like, "I promise to love you in sickness and in health," like, you can't know what those things will mean because you can't know, like, what will happen, like, what kind of sickness or what kind of health may be in front of you.