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23-09-2013 19:59 #11
23-09-2013 20:00 #12
DH comes home from work to use the loo. He told his boss this when he interviewed for his job. We moved four streets away purely for that reason.
He won't go at the shops either and will drive home. At restaurants he asks where their bathroom is just in case but always sits closest to the door for a quick trip home. It used to drive me nuts but I understand it now and just go about life lol ignoring his ducking off.
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23-09-2013 20:06 #14Senior Member
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My dh is obsessed with cleaning out his ears. We go through a box of cutips every few weeks. Ive tried explaining the more you clean them the more they need cleaning.
He also rubs his belly when sleeping. He only needs about 5 hours of sleep to function which is great when our bubs are babies! But no so great when hes awake watching tv and im trying to sleep.
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23-09-2013 20:20 #16
Same here with the ear cleaning.....I find qtips everywhere! He also starts the shower and then sits and poos for 20mins everytime he showers. He picks his nose all the time and has MASSIVE boogers.......and he is a hoarder.......
23-09-2013 20:55 #17
DF doesn't like different foods to be touching on his plate and he will finish one food before eating another. Eg he will eat all of his peas, then all of his carrots. He also thinks he gets sick every time he eats two different meats in the one meal. But he eats my sausage rolls and homemade sausages and they have two meats in them and he has never been sick. Weirdo!
23-09-2013 21:04 #18
Dh always has to eat his meal with a knife and fork regardless of the meal. Penne pasta = knife and fork
23-09-2013 21:15 #19
My husband is a massive weirdo but none of his odd traits are coming to mind right now, I think I've just learnt to deal with them!
23-09-2013 21:33 #20
DF often sleepwalks and does weird things. When we first started going out I had no idea that he slept walked, I woke up one night to find him staring at me up close ( think paranormal activity) and freaked me out. Another time he literally dragged me out of bed because apparently there were snakes on the bed. He once pulled out all the pillow cases and was folding them. The funny thing is that he does not remember anything the next day!
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