Post # 1
Our sink started growing a 5 o’clock shadow.
When Fiance shaves, the sink water doesn’t drain fast enough, and all his trimmings cling to the sides of the sink. It’s kind of gross, but I now think of it as the sink’s 5 o’clock shadow.
Name ONE funny thing about living with your SO!
Post # 3
@thehoneybear: euuwwwwwwwww lol
He will only wash the portion of the dish that actually had food on it…*sigh* The bottoms get greasy/icky too! I end up re-washing nearly every dish later when he isn’t around. Oh well, at least my husband washes dishes, right?
Post # 4
@Mrs.ChubbyBunny: Haha whaaaat? That’s the silliest logic ever.
I honestly can’t think of something to add right now.
Post # 5
He will not drink the milk in the bottom of the container. Or eat the last bit of cereal. Pretty much if there’s less than 1/4 of anything left, he thinks it’s bad/old/stale and won’t eat it, even if it hasn’t expired or is only a day or two old. He does this with almost everything: Dr. Pepper, ice cream, chips. The only exception so far is orange juice, which he could drink by the gallon.
Post # 6
@DaniSue13: Mine won’t finish bottled drinks or lattes from Dunkin Donuts! He always leaves a little bit in the bottom because he thinks it’s all backwash.
If he has dinner ready (yes, he cooks!), and I’m not out in the dining room, he comes to find me and carries me out to the table.
Post # 7
My Darling Husband is notorious for ignoring expiration dates. So gross, I know. He doesn’t do it with things that are extremely perishable like meat or eggs, but he’ll keep things like condiments, pickles, pancake mix, etc well past their expiration date and REFUSES to throw them away until he’s eaten it. Last week I made him “rotten pancakes” with the mix he just had to keep and needless to say, I think his bad habit is broken.
Post # 8
@Eight6Eleven: Haha, we have the exact opposite problem!
Post # 9
@HeatherMM: That’s so sweet!
Post # 10
He always comes into the bathroom to “take a peak” (as he calls it) when I’m taking a shower… 😉
Post # 11
@DaniSue13: I’m a total weirdo about not finishing the last of soda either. It’s usually flat by the time it gets to that point so in the trash it goes! Oh, and before I put a 2 liter in the refrigerator I need to open it because I think that it will be flat otherwise. My husband thinks that’s false. I’m doubting my logic now.
Now with my husband, he will point the shower head at an angle that will make the water flow out of the shower if he doesn’t remember to move it back. I should know better by now and check before I start the shower, but I lose track of the times that our bath mat has been soaked because of that.
Post # 12
@Marriedandlovingit: Hahaha that just reminded me….. I am really short and sometimes my Fiance will change the pressure nozzle on the shower and I can’t reach to change it back to the pressure I like. 🙁
Post # 13
@DaniSue13: Mine is so spoiled about things to do with food. He won’t eat the first or last 2 or 3 pieces of bread in a loaf. I understand not wanting the heel, but seriously! And he’s so hyper about expiration dates! He won’t even let me buy a gallon sized milk because he says he doesn’t like it when it gets anywhere near the expiration (but it’s so much cheaper to buy a gallon!)
I think he’s spent too much time living with roommates, because I feel like his roommate a lot of the time. He washes his dishes but not mine, even though I do his! He washes his clothes, but not mine or sheets or towels or anything corporate–I do all of those. If he wants something specific to eat he goes to the store and buy it specifically instead of just telling me to add it to the shopping list! lol, I feel like we should have shelves with our names on them in the fridge.
Post # 14
@kala_way: you got me thinking – how many couples that live together/ already married wash each others clothes?
I’ve never actually thought about it, but I NEVER wash my husbands clothes & he NEVER washes mine, been like that for over 5 years, haha! We have seperate closets for one thing, and second I like washing my own clothes for some reason.
Post # 15
Mine always leaves margarine out on the counter. His logic is that his grandmother did the same. I’m always telling him “THAT WAS BUTTER”. Sigh, I still have not broken him of this habit completely.