Oh yes, my DH is a freaking turtle! Yet he's always telling SD to hurry up and not be slow to do things. :/
He also empties the dishwasher and puts things away when it hasn't cleaned properly.
He starts prepping dinner at lunchtime. There's no need to do it that early!
He uses the wrong chopping boards all the time! They are colour coded FFS!
Oh I could go on and on at the moment. DH is in my bad books today lol.
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14-07-2012 16:25 #31Senior Member
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14-07-2012 17:00 #32
talks loudly and exclaims loudly over something stupid on tv when I've just put baby to bed
puts dirty dishes on top of the empty dish washer
throws rubbish on the floor, like coke bottles 'its a dog toy now'
shaves his head and leaves tiny hairs all over the bathroom
makes soo much laundry, I can't even wash everything he owns at once, becvause it wont fit into his drawers.
He has soo many clothes, but all the same! A plain black t shirt x 10, navy shirt x 10, grey shirt x 5 etc
if i ask him to do something, like we'll be eating lunch on a weekend and I'll say can you mow the lawns? and he'll say not right now I'm eating lunch. OBV I DIDNT MEAN RIGHT THIS SECOND I JUST MEAN SOMETIME IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS!!!!
Doesnt do any outside maintenance, like lawns or gardening. thinks my time in the garden is wasted as 'everything looks like weeds and is small. '
wont comment on my cooking, even if I've spent hours making something unusual or fancy, i have to ask so what do you think, every time
plays x-box all day on weekends
tracks sand all through the house after walking the dogs
drinks beer every night
only wants s.ex at 3am when I'm getting the rare joy that is sleep
wont make dinner conversation when out with his parents or my parents. Just sits there eating and making me do all the work
I think I better stop!
14-07-2012 17:05 #33Senior Member
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He procrastinates, and doesn't have good problem solving abilities.
There are other day-to-day household things, but I can't really complain as I probably do them too (eg. leaving cups around).
14-07-2012 17:13 #34wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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Trashes the kitchen to make breakfast
14-07-2012 17:17 #35
I could list about a million things. Main thing is he always makes a mess in the kitchen. He would make a sandwich leave the ham and cheese out the knife with half a tsp butter on the counter top. No lid on the butter and sauce bottle not closed with sauce pouring out.the top! Drives me batty!
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14-07-2012 17:18 #36
Lmao Diamond Eyes
Oh well I haven't seen my DF for nearly 2 weeks so everything doesn't seem so bad at the moment..I can think of a few though..
*He forgets to do things I ask him to do ie. take the rubbish out when I do it he yells out as I head down the hall dragging the bin I was going to do it!
*He can't stack dishes on the dish rack so they dont fall over, he stacks them too high as well. Oh and he always gets more dishes out rather than using the ones on the dish rack.
*He always takes back streets when we drive somewhere to avoid traffic. I think this stems from driving fire trucks to fires?? Lord knows how he rescued anyone or managed to get anywhere before the whole building burnt down oh and when he goes fast he makes siren noises..not really annoying it's pretty dorkish and funny..
14-07-2012 17:20 #37
Thought of another one. He can coordinate mine site evacuations and rescues, he can rescue people from and put out house fires but he can't get 3 children out of the shower and dress them. This is the worst one!
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14-07-2012 17:34 #40
She can't make a decision. About anything.
"what should we have for dinner?"
"I don't know, you pick"
"what colour sheets should I buy?"
"I can't decide. You just pick."
It's a little thing, but it can drive me batty!
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