Post # 1
Right now DH is out doing some last minute Christmas shopping, and just txted me:
“I smell like a dirty, pirate h*oker!“
LOL! I txted back that assumed that he was testing out a bunch of perfumes on my list, and he just replied, “You don’t want anything by Coach“… *shakes head*. Gotta love a man brave enough to test women’s perfume!
What funny things have your FI/SO/DH/DW said, lately?
Post # 3
@brighteyedgirl: Bahahah! That’s funny!
Post # 4
lol One time we were in NH & discussing the Northampton, Easthampton…. and ways to pronounce them. DH said that Northampton had to be pronounced differently because “there’s no T in north” I think I stared at him for a second & died laughing.
Post # 5
I’m really rough with my laptop…it’s had a few falls. My FI is a *huge* electronic junky and cringes when he sees how I handle my laptop. I picked it up by its screen (apparently you are not supposed to do that…) and he said “You’re like the Casey Anthony of computers.”
Humor is so important to me, I think it’s why he and I have so much fun together!
Post # 6
I was homeschooled K-12 and my husband was not. As we were out walking one day, he was commenting on how the leaves were changing color:
DH “So, why do you think the leaves change color?”
Me: “Cause God made them that way.”
DH: “Good answer. 😛 Now, let’s think of a less homeschooley answer…”
Me: “The leaves need chlorophyll to stay green and with the decreased sunlight, they can’t pull the chlorophyll in as well and the stems close off. The leaf eventually completely changes color and falls to the ground.”
DH: “You had to use a word like chlorophyll because of my homeschool crack didn’t you?”
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge
One day FI and I were bored and just decided to read off trivial pursuit cards to each other and test knowledge. He asked me a question about where the Pope lives and I completely drew a blank. I knew the answer but couldn’t think of the answer and said “Ummm Rome” FI responds “No silly VACATION City” I just stared at him and said “Vacation City? Never heard of it” He shows me the answer on the back of the card and I bust out laughing “That’s VATICAN City not VACATION”. I still tease him whenever there is news about the Pope or Catholics on TV that they are broadcasting the news from Vacation City.
Post # 8
I used to have a VW beetle, that was bright yellow. Well, I took out a mailbox with it on my way home one day. DH wouldn’t let me live it down… his response was “I started questioning the mailboxes to figure out which one jumped out in front of you.. I found one with a yellow smudge, but he said “that’s just mustard from my lunch!”
Haha.. then he later told me that they all started throwing up red flags. 😐 Lmao. He always has something to say.
Post # 9
While having Scooby Doo on tv, FI strolled by and informed my son and I that he has seen this episode before. Ya think??:)
Post # 10
@roweboat: That is SO something my DH would say! Hahaha!
My DH is hysterically funny most of the time. He does and says really funny things on a regular basis, and I’m always posting them on FB!
Post # 11
@Brielle: I’m laughing about it now, haha. It’s nice to have someone with that personality/sense of humor around, isn’t it?
Post # 12
@roweboat: It is! I specifically asked God for a man who had a very strong sense of humor who could make me laugh even in the midst of life’s most challenging moments, and my DH definitely is able to do that.
Post # 13
@Brielle: Gotta be able to find humor in life, especially these days.
Post # 14
I had an appointment with my hairstylist late last night. My husband thought I was just getting my highlights touched up and a quick trim. I spontaneously decided that I should have my stylist chop off almost 8 inches and give me an angled bob. Here’s how our conversation went when I got home:
Me: Hi, Hunny!
Him: Umm, where’s your hair?
Me: Oh darn, I must have left it at the salon! Silly me! *leaning in for a hug and kiss*
Him: *holding me at arms’ length* I’m sorry, but my wife doesn’t like it when I hug and kiss strange women. You’ll have to leave now.
To be fair, this is the shortest I’ve ever had my hair since I was 6 years old and my mom gave me a pixie cut (*shudder* not as cute as it sounds).
Post # 15
Haha, these are great, ladies! Thanks for sharing…
Anyone got more?
@Miss Mauverick: I should totally try that! Just the other day, DH was talking about how my hairstyle never really seems to change, other than a few highlights, or extra layers added in… I’d love to see his face if I came home with something completely different!
Post # 16
I’ll share one. Because I was single until I was 47, I never really needed to spend much time in the kitchen. For convenience sake, due to my busy schedule as well as the fact that there’s not much point in cooking for one, I routinely dined out two to three times a day on most days of the week.
Once I married DH, however, I ordered a subscription to a cooking magazine through one of my stepchildren’s school-fundraising events, and I decided to attempt making a couple of the recipes. I also should note that DH loves to cook and does most of the cooking at our house and that one of our favorite TV shows is BRAVO’s “Top Chef.”
I was in the kitchen, chopping some of the ingredients, and DH began to tease me by speaking in a very high-pitched, “Julia Child” like tone:
“First, you chop the vegetables like this … (and whatever else he may have said using her inflection),” and then he immediately ended the sentence in a totally different voice evocative of Padma Lakshmi, saying, “… AND ONE of you will be going home tonight …” Hahaha! 🙂