The Rules, in Brief
The phrase originates from FunnyJunk. On June 16th, , an image macro of a frowning gorilla with the overlaid text "That really rustled my jimmies" was posted by an anonymous user who has currently deactivated his account. The original photograph of the gorilla can be found in a Flickr post titled "nors"  uploaded by Frank Wouters on July 4th, The absurdity of the phrase "Rustled Jimmies" instantly led to a variety of responses to the OP, most notably the similar FunnyJunk image of the frowning gorilla.
To nominate someone else as a Quality Contributor, message the mods. What is the true origin of the phrase "rustled my jimmies"? Had a conversation with my partner the other day, and I was quite convinced that the phrase originated in the south well before the time of the internet. However the only references I can find of it on the internet refer to it's first use in on Funny Junk. Google Books has no hits from the twentieth century. What is the basis of your belief that it predates "the time of the internet"? Did you use it personally?
Expect her to either write you off during her mission or pressure you to show interest in the church. It was actually causing more of a rift than bringing us together. Wow, so nice to know others feel just like me. We have been married a mere 3. If you want to go against that trend, one of you will almost certainly change perspective. I believe rules are to be obeyed. Whenever you bring something up, they'll say if it's not on lds. I am trying to help him stay at the church nth work, I think if I really love him like I always tell him I should let him chose and love him the way he is. Like it was mentioned above, see how she deals some of the issues now and if she can't handle it, it might be better to find someone else.