Here are the top signs gardening is better than sex:
#25 – Gardeners are not embarrassed explaining the birds and the bees to their kids.
#24 – If your regular gardening partner isn’t available, he/she won’t object if you garden with someone else.
#23 – It’s absolutely acceptable to garden before you’re married.
#22 – The Ten Commandments don’t say anything against gardening.
#21 – You don’t have to shower and shave before you garden.
#20 – You’ll always be able to garden, no matter how old you are.
#19 – You’ll never hear anyone say: “Is gardening all you ever think about?”
#18 – You don’t have to hide your Garden magazines.
#17 – Telling gardening jokes, and inviting co-workers to garden with you is not considered workplace harassment.
#16 – Email with garden content is not considered offensive material.
#15 – When you become famous, you don’t have to worry about pictures and videotapes of your gardening being shown on the Internet.
#14 – Your gardening partner doesn’t get upset about people you gardened with a long time ago.
#13 – It’s perfectly respectable to enjoy gardening with a total stranger.
#12 – When you see a really good gardener, you don’t have to feel guilty about imagining the two of you gardening together.
#11 – Every time you garden, you hope to produce fruit.
#10 – Nobody will ever tell you that you will go blind if you garden by yourself.
#9 – When dealing with a gardening pro, you never have to wonder if they’re really an undercover cop.
#8 – You don’t have to go to a sleazy shop in a seedy neighborhood to buy garden-related stuff.
#7 – You can have a gardening-related calendar on your wall at the office.
#6 – There are no gardening-transmitted diseases.
#5 – No one objects if you watch the gardening channel on television.
#4 – Nobody expects you to garden with the same person your whole life.
#3 – Nobody expects you to give up gardening if your partner loses interest.
#2 – You don’t have to be a newlywed to plan a vacation primarily to enjoy your favorite activity.
#1 – Your partner will never say, “Not again? We just gardened last week! “