A mother had three daughters and, on their wedding night, she tells each one to write back about their married life.
To avoid possible embarrassment to their new husbands by openly discussing their love lives, the mother and daughters agree to use newspaper advertisements as a 'code' to let the mother know how their love lives are going.
The first one gets married and the second day the letter arrives with a single message, simply: 'Maxwell House Coffee'.
The mother got the newspaper and checked the Maxwell House advertisement, and it says, 'Satisfaction to the last drop...'
So the mother is happy.
Then the second daughter gets married.
After a week, there was a message that read: 'Rothman's Mattresses'.
So the mother looks at the Rothman's Mattresses ad, and it says, 'Full size, king size'.
And the mother is happy.
Then it comes to the third one's wedding. Mother is anxious.
After four weeks came the message: 'British Airways'. And the mother looks into the British Airways ad, but this time she fainted.
The ad reads: 'Three times a day, seven days a week, both ways.'