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    Gotta share this coz it drives me bonkers! DH always turns the light on in the bathroom, the bathroom has a window and no matter how sunny it is he must have the light on (no relation to the fan either) If I turn it off he freaks out... I really just don't understand!!
    He also changes food taste all the time, it's not as weird but bloody annoying! He'll love quiche one week and the next he's off eggs for a couple of months, so frustrating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    Gotta share this coz it drives me bonkers! DH always turns the light on in the bathroom, the bathroom has a window and no matter how sunny it is he must have the light on (no relation to the fan either) If I turn it off he freaks out... I really just don't understand!!
    I am a bit like this. DH often follows me into a room and turns the light off only to have me turn it on again. Or screech at him for turning it off lol I find our new house so dark and cold but he doesn't see it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Whenever my husband feels awkward he does this weird half yawn, he must feel awkward a lot at work because one of his colleagues asked if our daughter is a bad sleeper coz he's always yawning lol
    Dp does this as well... So does his sister. I think I've worked out it's when he doesn't really want to talk about something...
    Also, he will help out other people if they need it and not do anything at home. Eg. Mowing the lawn

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    DH has eased up on this over the past year or two, but he would flush the toilet as he starts to wee (as in, weeing into the flushing water), then flush at the end OR not flush at the end and leave a bit of wee in the bowl :-S

    He also uses like half a roll of toilet paper for poo toilet trips. I yell at him, "WTF, do you wipe after every nugget?!"

    And he often showers with the light off. And insists on using lamps at night instead of ceiling lights. And during the day, he shuts most of the living room blinds. I think he's part mole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullduggery View Post
    He also uses like half a roll of toilet paper for poo toilet trips. I yell at him, "WTF, do you wipe after every nugget?!"
    This had me laughing out loud hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    He also changes food taste all the time, it's not as weird but bloody annoying! He'll love quiche one week and the next he's off eggs for a couple of months, so frustrating!
    My husband is exactly the same with food!! I am forever trying to find food that he will like as he changes his tastes every day!!!

    He also has to get a new knife every time, like if I've just made a sandwich with vegemite he has to get a new knife even if he is also having vegemite!?

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    My husband won't eat leftovers if they're more than 24 hours old. He uses the opposite hands for his cutlery, but he's not left-handed.

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    My husband is forever counting things and loves to sort things in groups of 4. He even counts in his head while he's on the phone and once instead of saying goodbye said 1, 2, 3, 4!

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    Also my husband picks his teeth with anything and everything! He will use corners of chip packets or little bits of hard plastic or even bits of metal. I keep telling him we have floss and toothpicks but he is just a weirdo!

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