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    His lack of sense of smell when it comes to him using the toilet, use the air freshner damn it! It does NOT smell like roses, how can u not smell it!! Oh and a tiny squirt of the stuff will do nothing, freaking drown that stench boy!!

    I do love him

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    When he's telling a story, he always starts it with "No, the best thing I've ever heard/seen...." no matter what the story is about, and he'll follow one "the best" story with another "the best" story.

    I love him to death but more than once I've interrupted him with "How many things are the best, Kenobi?! Seriously, HOW MANY?!" because it drives me crazy and I hear it several times a day.

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    He cannot make decisions if presented with a choice. For example:

    Me: 'Do you want peanut butter or Vegemite toast?'
    DP: 'whatever babe, you choose' or *sits there for a few minutes with a blank look on his face* 'dunno. What are you having?'
    Seriously?! It's not a friggin' life-changing decision, just pick a condiment!

    He picks spots constantly, it drives me insane. He cannot go into the bathroom without squeezing spots and is constantly saying 'what's that?!' and lifting his shirt to show me his back. When I say it's a red dot he says 'get it!' and I'm like, no its a red dot it's not a pimple or a blackhead, it has no pus it's just a red dot! He says 'just get it!' I swear some times he picks and scratches his skin so much he creates spots. I've told him so many times, I've met junkies that pick less than him.

    He can't seem to clean up after himself, I'm constantly tidying after him. The toilet is littered with empty rolls or he does stupid ****e like this cos he thinks it's funny -
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadorite View Post
    He cannot make decisions if presented with a choice. For example:

    Me: 'Do you want peanut butter or Vegemite toast?'
    DP: 'whatever babe, you choose' or *sits there for a few minutes with a blank look on his face* 'dunno. What are you having?'
    Seriously?! It's not a friggin' life-changing decision, just pick a condiment!

    He picks spots constantly, it drives me insane. He cannot go into the bathroom without squeezing spots and is constantly saying 'what's that?!' and lifting his shirt to show me his back. When I say it's a red dot he says 'get it!' and I'm like, no its a red dot it's not a pimple or a blackhead, it has no pus it's just a red dot! He says 'just get it!' I swear some times he picks and scratches his skin so much he creates spots. I've told him so many times, I've met junkies that pick less than him.

    He can't seem to clean up after himself, I'm constantly tidying after him. The toilet is littered with empty rolls or he does stupid ****e like this cos he thinks it's funny -
    Lmao!!!!

    mummy to gods gift to us

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    More for my DH...

    He has a different idea of a 'sleep in day' depending on whose day it is. If its his day, I get up when DD wakes at about 6am, close the door behind me and let him sleep. On my day, he gets up to DD, brings her into bed where she crawls all over me, then takes her to have breakfast, then brings her back in to our room, pops her in the bed, opens the blinds and goes off to have a shower. Um, I thought it was my sleep-in day!!

    When he's getting a cold, he constantly sighs and groans like he's in pain or dying. Funny that it's worse when I'm tired and want him to take the lead with dinner/bath/bedtime.

    He doesn't know the difference between tidying and cleaning.

    Sigh.

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    These are gold!

    I'm replying just to read more!

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    Ugh.
    • Won't put bin liners in after emptying the bin.
    • Always says "I feel so weak" when he's sick. His idea of weak is what I would call a little drained. And yet he harps on and on about it for days.
    • Ignores DS's poopy bum for as long as possible and pretends he can't smell anything. BULLSWOLLOP!
    • Ignores the obvious, like piles of toilet rolls in the toilet for as long as he possibly can.
    Like PP I'm sure I **** him off heaps too ^.^

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    So DH isn't exactly in my good books today:

    - Insists that we take turns in reading DS books each night which given I do pretty much everything around the house for some reason drives me nuts. I'm sick with a cold and lost my voice and had to ask him to do my turn, he couldn't figure it out for himself!

    - He's not exactly selfish but is easily caught up in his own world and wants and needs without thinking of others.

    - If we have to go out somewhere he literally gets himself ready and doesn't really help the rest of us until it's last minute rush. Of if we have to be somewhere after DS's swimming lessons he just will not come home early.

    - Doesn't cook and rarely helps me clean up.

    - Is one of the worst communicators I have ever met. Sometimes I think he uses his daily word quota at work!

    I could go on but I do love him.

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    Cannot spell. At all.

    Wants to kiss me with horrible morning breath. Lol

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