| Quote #1
Yblessed be God, that I have wedded fyve;
The Wife admits to marrying for money, but she also implies that a good penis (by which she may also mean talent in bed) is money in one's pocket by calling a man's genitals a "nether purs."
| Quote #2
For wel ye knowe, a lord in his houshold,
Here the Wife is comparing virgins to gold and sexually active women to wooden dishes. It's true that a lord would have both golden and wooden dishes in his household, and would be able to use both. But he probably wouldn't bring out the wooden dishes for "company dinners" when he wanted to impress someone. The Wife, on the other hand, has no scruples about bringing out the lustfulness in front of company.
| Quote #3
Myn housbond shal it have bothe eve and morwe,
It's appropriate that the Wife allows that a husband can pay his debt by having sex with her, since she's previously referred to a man's penis as his "nether purs." Sex and money are obviously very much linked in the Wife's mind.