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    DH leaves everything to the last minute. I procrastinate a bit myself, but he really takes the cake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    Thinks that him buying us KFC for dinner is a reason for him to 'get lucky'
    Lol! Ohhh kfc, a well known aphrodisiac...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaenerysT View Post
    Lol! Ohhh kfc, a well known aphrodisiac...
    Must be all that chicken grease getting things going lol

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    Mine cannot make decisions either, but then when I go, "Okay, fine, we're doing this," he'll sometimes complain. I gave you the opportunity to choose, you didn't bother, so don't bloody complain about my choice!

    Socks... EVERYWHERE.

    If he needs to get something off his chest, it always happens while I'm at work, and he'll send me long-winded messages about it... which ruin my mood for the day. Seriously - wait until I'm home!

    Is pretty good with all spelling grammar apart from "done/did." It's always, "it's what Mum done," or something...

    Also, he says lasagne "Las-OHN-ya." It makes me angry. I hate it. lol.

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    Where do I start! Lol we both have little things that "irk" each other!

    When we are about to go out as soon as everyone is dressed he goes and opens the garage door and starts the car. Puts the kids in their seats then gets crabby at me because I'm doing the nappy bag, getting drink bottles, brushing my own hair etc.

    I can't sit next to him when we eat and I hate eating with his mum and sister. They all eat with their mouths open. It sounds AWFUL! When I ask him to chew with his mouth closed he starts banging his teeth together really loud which also drives mad!

    He can't do the dishes or shave without getting water everywhere and then he just leaves it.

    He picks his nails and just throws them.

    At work he is a genius here I have to do more for him than I do my 5 year old.

    He can't find things for himself.

    He won't dress the kids.

    I do heaps that gets to him too

    I play with his chest hair when we are going to sleep

    I check every food for imperfections before cooking it (which is normal!)

    I touch him with my cold feet

    We could go on all day haha

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    DH feels the heat. I constantly find shirts all over the house. If he gets hot he just takes it off and dumps it. Does my head in.

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    DH asks me where item is... He goes to find item.. It's not there he says.. It's there I say, I put it there.. DH still can't find it...? I go look where I said... Waddya know, it's where I said it was.....!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Mine lately has some stupid iPhone app full of memes. All I hear when he's home is, "hahaha... *pause*... Stacey, come look at this."

    FFS NONE OF THEM ARE EVEN FUNNY AND IF I WANTED TO LOOK AT THEM I'D DOWNLOAD THE APP MYSELF!

    He then gets shirty when I go, "Oh," once I look without any sort of expression in my tone. I honestly cannot be bothered faking excitement or faking finding humour in some lame image. Unfortunately, the ones that are funny, are the ones I've seen all over facebook a few days earlier.

    (It's even more annoying because DD likes to go, "Mum, mum, look at this!" about everything, and DP often comments about how irritating it is... yet he cannot see that he is just as annoying... perhaps even moreso because he's not a child...).
    I can so relate to this! Dh tells me I have no sense of humour because I don't find most of them funny.


    He doesn't know how to put his shoes in the shoe cupboard and he has a pile of clothes beside the bed that are still clean, but he won't put them away.

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