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    A few weekends ago DP took my last beer that I was really looking forward to drinking and I was sooo irrationally mad!
    Because having a few beers (just enough to get slightly buzzed) and playing video games is literally the most exciting thing that ever happens in my life these days.
    I complained and he offered it back, but I didn't want it because it was 'tainted' with the bad feelings of "dammit I really wanted that why didn't you even ask, I know it's petty but you totally ruined my fun, grrr!"

    So I know how you feel.

    And I agree that you post a lot of negative things about your partner, but most people do come on here to vent or ask advice about problems - so we only hear the negative things. I really hope there are just as many great things about him that we don't hear about

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    Yeah that would **** me off because I dont drink beer.

    I was a little annoyed we had people over tonight, df bought wine and some spirit, but I wanted apple cider so I went and got cider myself and then as soon as we got home he drank a cider, then when they arrived he offered them cider & had another himself.

    It just annoyed me more because he didnt even want cider AND he didnt offer them wine or whatever else. And I cant exactly say "no! Thats MINE! To guests"

    I did get two of my 6 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    Yeah that would **** me off because I dont drink beer.

    I was a little annoyed we had people over tonight, df bought wine and some spirit, but I wanted apple cider so I went and got cider myself and then as soon as we got home he drank a cider, then when they arrived he offered them cider & had another himself.

    It just annoyed me more because he didnt even want cider AND he didnt offer them wine or whatever else. And I cant exactly say "no! Thats MINE! To guests"

    I did get two of my 6 pack.

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    Ah this annoys me too! I'll buy my self a nice (non alcoholic) drink and DF will drink it when he has picked beer for himself! I wish he would just buy both

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    Mummyoftwosweeties, vent away... You always come across as a sweet cheery person even venting you add lols and i can read through your posts that a lot of it is only half serious, half " my hubby is such a twit look whats he's up to know" humor.. It's not always doom and gloom and even if your saying something negative it's not nasty or in an angry tone.... Gees if my girlfriends judged dh on only what i bitc!ed about they would probably never speak to him again but we all know it's only one side if the story... And as far as ttc goes. Best of luck! You already have two to the bast$rd whats a third.... (Insert cheeky smile and high five here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    Ah this annoys me too! I'll buy my self a nice (non alcoholic) drink and DF will drink it when he has picked beer for himself! I wish he would just buy both
    Exactly! You want some - we can get more!

    I have this problem with him and sharing drinks or food. Ill be at like maccas and say what do you want,

    he'll say "oh ill just share yours."
    "No what do you want. "
    "its okay im not that hungry."
    "but I am. Do you actually want anything? Just a drink then?"
    "nah its okay, ill just have some.of yours"

    AARGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!

    (i have a feeling the calories dont count if its MY lunch)


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    Haha I can top that!! I had a bad day so he bought me a block of chocolate ... We had a row each b4 bed that night ... HE got rained out the nxt day at work and came home early... All I could think of all day was having some choccy.... ( I am 6 months along) open the fridge epp it's still there ... Grap it and it's the empty box..... What a bum hole!!!

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    I must admit my first thought was ...so he's had 6 over standard drinks going on to 7 and you have had 3 .. I hope there is an adult sober in the house in case one of the kids gets sick during the night.
    Then realised maybe they werent all consumed tonight ???

    All that aside. It was pretty inconsiderate of him.

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    I totally get what you mean! DH and I go grocery shopping and get things for ourselves - he gets some energy drinks and I get soft drink. I hate it when he drinks all his and moves on to my drinks!

    It's not a big deal in the scheme of things but it sure does get under my skin!

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    Leave the lady alone! She just wanted to have a quick rant about her dp! Doesn't mean she doesn't love him!
    I feel like strangling my dh sometimes but thats just because im angry... everyone has the right to fight and winge and make up fantastically after!

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    Quote Originally Posted by c38 View Post
    I must admit my first thought was ...so he's had 6 over standard drinks going on to 7 and you have had 3 .. I hope there is an adult sober in the house in case one of the kids gets sick during the night.
    Then realised maybe they werent all consumed tonight ???

    All that aside. It was pretty inconsiderate of him.
    I must admit that was my first thought too.


 

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