My hubby just had a mother who was a house cleaning ninja. He thinks he can cook but tends to over spice and put weird things together. He doesn't know how to turn the oven on or off and even though most of the "mess" in the house is his doing its "my fault" for not cleaning it up!
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25-06-2013 17:31 #11
25-06-2013 19:14 #12
I here you all loud and clear......My DH leaves his Soccer bag with wet sweaty socks and uniform rotting and fermenting in the hallway until Sat morn when he washes it and puts it in the dryer.....stinking up the whole house with stinky sweaty feet smell.......... before going to his game, bringing it all home and dumping it in the hallway again. After 10 years together I just kick the bag outta the way and pretend it doesn't exist...... don't even get me started on everything else...............
25-06-2013 19:46 #13Member
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Oh how I hear you. Mil currently staying with us and hubby has turned into a helpless disengaged slob! If I say something she says "oh his father is the same... They never learn!" Erm... My two year old knows how to put his plate in the sink and use the same cup for the same drink... Why can't his 40 year old father???
25-06-2013 19:48 #14
I just went and looked at the bed dh made - it's got sheets on it alright but they're so twisted and bunched. Oh well at least I'm not sleeping there (it's our spare room)
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25-06-2013 19:49 #15
25-06-2013 19:53 #16
Waggers your OP made me smile so hard! To be so annoyed that you'd go to the effort of typing out your rant... Brilliant. My DH is actually slightly functional in this regard (much moreso than me), but thanks for the giggle x.
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25-06-2013 19:56 #17
I had a beauty the other week but my photos of the 'occurrence' won't upload so picture this:
Laundry hamper is in the laundry as I was mid way through washing it all
Dh comes home, sees the hamper not where it usually is so just chucks his clothes where the now imaginary laundry hamper is (even though he walks straight into the laundry after throwing them on the floor to get to the toilet!)
Because I'm not his mother, I leave them there
Day 2 rolls around and I'm being stubborn. Dh comes home from work, same as the above-chuck more clothes on the pile and walk out
Day 3 (!!) Repeat of day 2. I decide to put the hamper back in the bedroom with the response of "oh, you didn't wash my clothes"
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25-06-2013 20:00 #18Senior Member
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Sounds like my DH, I agree with PPs - they only do it because they know we will pick up after them. My DH claims that he can't put the clean clothes away, because he doesn't know where they go -which is true, because he has never put the clothes away
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25-06-2013 20:02 #19
My dh is a shocker doesnt pick.up after himself....ever. Comes home from work takes his clothes off and dumps them on the floor in whateva rm he has decided to get changed in. Everytime. I ask him repeatedly to put them in the dirty washing basket and he gets annoyed at me
Mine is the Mils fault too except shes the same as him. Never cleans or even does her own washing. Shes filthy tbh....His and her washing used to get taken over to the grandmothers and she did it all so he has had the poorest role model in that regard
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25-06-2013 20:13 #20Senior Member
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