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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumblebeez00 View Post
    I have the awful habit of calling out Hubby's name from upstairs (he is downstairs). When he replies I don't answer, so he then has to come upstairs Or vice verse (me downstairs, him upstairs) ... Which is when I'll then ask him to grab me something from downstairs!!!
    Haha we've been together 12 years AND he still falls for this trick EVERY TIME!
    In a nice way, I wish my DH was this silly! Hahaha

    I often make DH get me things when Ed literally just sat down to relax. I blame it on the baby 'baby is thirsty / hungry / wants desert etc'

    He was also complaining about the cost of getting DS hair cut ( $15) once and it needed to be cut again. He kept harpin on about how *I* should 'learn to cut it myself', I am so sick of doing most things for DS and so I deliberately cut DS's fringe shockingly skew to prove a point. DH was so embarrassed for DS that he now lets me pay someone to cut it

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumnutbaby View Post
    I "accidently" forget to turn the motion sensor baby monitor off when feeding DS in the middle of the night when I am mad at DH for never waking or helping out during night feeds so he wakes up in a panic lol
    Omg I want to buy one of those monitors just to do this! What an awesome idea! Though my husband sleeps through his alarm and the baby screaming right next to him in bed so im sure he wouldnt notice anyway!

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    Can I write a post in here on behalf of my DH?

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    I tell DF that I had morning sickness or am sick when I can't be bothered doing the house work.

    I also eat fast food while he is at work and hide the wrappers so he won't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcitedMummy View Post
    I will do a quick 'clean' half an hour before DH comes home and make out like I've been cleaning all day.
    Sometimes I'm even too lazy for that and just spray glenn 20 in the air...
    Last edited by My Beloved Ones; 23-08-2013 at 19:05.

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    If I forget to tell DH about plans I've made, I make out that I told him & if he listened to me when I talked he would know all about it.

    I block his nose when he snores, to wake him up not kill him!

    When I'm tired, I pretend I'm sick so I can stay in bed. Sometimes I make out that the baby is more of a handful than she is, so he doesn't think I've done nothing all day.

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    Im gonna put one up dh did to me....

    Mothers day we were on our way back from the video shop, and theres always a road side van selling flowers. Anyway he told me to stop so he could get me some, he jumped in and said "these were the best ones he had for under 20 dollars, like eff im paying 20 dollars for something thats gonna die in a few days"...
    Way to make me feel loved, luckily I saw the funny side of how typical that is of dh.


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    DP must think I'm a super bargain-hunter, because each and every purchase of mine is was "marked down so much!"

    I also sometimes say, "Oh, let's just watch one more episode..." of something when I know he's hanging out for sex. Because then he'll fall asleep and I won't have to reject him... and actually turn it around on him. "Oh, well, I was really looking forward to it... but YOU feel asleep..."

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    On several occasions I've kicked DF on the back or bit him because he woke me up while sleepwalking, the good thing is that he does not remember anything the next morning. If we've got m&ms at home, I'll make him have only three at a time so that it last longer while I'll have a handful when he is not watching.

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