(Closed) it’s days like this I want to slay him…(vent)

posted 6 years ago in Married Life
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

hahahaha 8 cups of ice cream?!?!?! My hubby just downed an entire row of Oreos and then gave me the most pitiful look accompanied by “my tummy hurts.” I just keep reminding myself…sometimes having a husband is good practice for becoming a parent 😉 Hang in there!

Post # 4
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@mrsjustinm2b:  That’s like when Fiance tells me the reason he hasn’t vaccuumed is because it’s too late when he remembers.  He only has from 6:30p-10p to do so after I leave for work.  He’s currently unemployed too. >.<  Hang in there.

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

Is he productive in other ways? Sometimes LOOKING for a job and applying to them can be a very time consuming, daunting process, and can fill the time of a full time job. It’s a depressing road because the work that goes into it is almost invisible, with no payout if there aren’t any call backs.

I believe there are support forums for unemployed people and those around them. It might help to keep perspective. But I understand your frustration too. I like sleeping in on days when I don’t have to be up early to get my responsibilities done. Hang in there.

Post # 6
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Bumble Beekeeper

@mrsjustinm2b:  That would frustrate me!  Perhaps he needs a “talking to”.

@CEtoSAHM:  My hubby just downed an entire row of Oreos and then gave me the most pitiful look accompanied by “my tummy hurts.”

LOL!

Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2015

Gotta love dogs… The MOMENT my Fiance leaves the apartment, they are all over me to get up and take them out. We have a deal that who ever leaves later takes them out in the mornings. And I take them out when I get home from university. 

@mrsjustinm2b:  By The Way, I LOVE your pic! I am total Whovian! 

Speeking of dogs…. Mine just puked on the floor because she didn’t chew her kibble >_< Oh, the joy of dogs…..

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

@CEtoSAHM:  Best laugh I’ve had all day!!  Except… I can actually teach my kids to pick up their dirty socks!  😉

Post # 10
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

omg, it must be all guys.  I made some mac and cheese that upset DHs stomach last night, and today (too rich for him I think).  After knowing this, he goes ahead and gets another huge bowl of it… dude…. why???  Or how about being cranky in the morning because he didn’t get enough sleep… because he wasn’t tired when he should’ve gone to bed? ugh.

Post # 11
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2011

My worst complaint is that we both are full time students, both work, and yet I manage to do ALL the housework. I have to beg on my hands and knees to get him to take out the trash because I utterly loathe taking out the trash. It’s like, seriously man? I go to class more, they are much HARDER classes, I have a job, cook, clean, do laundry, and make this little hole in the wall we call our rental house livable. The least you could do is not forget EVERY SINGLE WEEK that the trash needs to be by the road in Thursday morning. Oh and whats better is because is job (driving a school bus) is early, we go to bed at night by 10. Every night. Usually closert to 9. Yet he gets home from work after classes and an afternoon route around 5 PM too tired to do anything but what netflix, while I who also woke up with his alarm at 5:05 AM,sat in class or went to clinical alll day, and worked is still exspected to be cheer-y enough to want to cook. I love him to death, and sometimes it is heavy on the death part. 😛 He really is wonderful, but his mama did all the housework growing up and he still hasn’t learned I am not going to be her.  

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