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    He takes ten years to do anything. The lawns, the dishes, getting ready to go out.

    Eg child is puking in bed, im yelling "get a towel, get a bucket!! Hes spewing!!!" Dh walks.


    RUN!!!! Mofo runnnnnnn.

    But then if i say "can u hurry" he gets angry. "i am!!!" *glares*

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    OMG diamondeyes my OH does this aswell! No sense of urgency at all!!! I'm always saying now would be nice, or a bit quicker if you wouldn't mind, and he gets all narky with me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    He can never put anything back after he's used it - salt & pepper in the rack, yoghurt & tomato sauce in the fridge, cereal in the cupboard. Drives me bonkers, putting stuff away after him is the extent of the cleaning I do currently with a newborn!!

    Oh oh, also, when he does the washing up he always leaves one thing dirty on the bench - a pan, a plate - just something. Not sure why he doesn't just wash everything.
    Same with my DH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    He takes ten years to do anything. The lawns, the dishes, getting ready to go out.

    Eg child is puking in bed, im yelling "get a towel, get a bucket!! Hes spewing!!!" Dh walks.


    RUN!!!! Mofo runnnnnnn.

    But then if i say "can u hurry" he gets angry. "i am!!!" *glares*
    Hahaha I laughed so much reading this

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    Tells me at 11am he is going to cook a roast for dinner...

    At 4pm he tells me he is going to get fuel and pick up something he has to deliver tomorrow.

    I ask him about the roast, says he will get it on his way home... So his plan is to get it in the oven around 6pm.

    Not gunna happen! The only reason he is cooking is to suck up to me!

    He is bone dead lazy!! Been telling him for a month that the hedges in the yard need trimming...haven't been done. Car needs washing, hasn't been done. Nothing gets done unless i do it and once be sees me doing it he pulls out the "I was just coming to do that" or "I told u I would do that"

    He has some really really irritating traits!

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    He talks so loud!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    He takes ten years to do anything. The lawns, the dishes, getting ready to go out.

    Eg child is puking in bed, im yelling "get a towel, get a bucket!! Hes spewing!!!" Dh walks.


    RUN!!!! Mofo runnnnnnn.

    But then if i say "can u hurry" he gets angry. "i am!!!" *glares*
    OMG DP does this too! It's so annoying! "BABE, BUCKET!" *walks around in circles for 10 minutes looking for bucket* (it's in the laundry where it always lives dammit!) " I need a hand here, DD's spewed everywhere" *walks around in circles looking for... I'm not sure... Brains?* then I yell hurry up and the reply is always "OMG, GIVE ME A MINUTE TO PROCESS THE INFORMATION!"

    ETA - DE, I laughed so hard at your Run Mofo line! Love it and may use it on DP next time. Lol

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    Always late grrr

    Takes long showers- don't know y but it annoys me

    Put dishes in sink when dishwasher is rIgHt THERE!

    Never moIsturises or washes face etc then wonders why skin isn't great

    Eats like crap and I have to nag him to exercise

    Love to annoy me on purpose

    Lucky he is an absolute gem who treats me like a princess

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    Hahah. Thank goodness im not alone!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    And he wears horrible parachute pants on the weekend.
    Yep that'd get to anybody!

    Mine is a bit "let's do absolutely everything together all the time" and I'm more of a loner type. So that can drive me nuts.


 

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