Post # 1
Do you do anything “weird” together that is just for your world? For instance, my husband and I do this thing when one of us has mouthwash in our mouths. Both of us keep it in like 5 minutes, and during those 5 minutes we will have whole conversations with one of us having mouthwash in our mouth. It is almost like charades. Also sometimes when I call home, I make up bizarre stories. As in, may I speak to Mr. Bellagiobride? This is he. Well, sir this Apolonia Sixpense calling from the Dr.s office and we are calling you to tell you that you have a horrible case of crabs…or we will try and stump each other with movie quotes to figure out who makes dinner. I know it’s so damn silly, but we just have fun with each other.
Is it just us ?
Post # 3
Damn, my bees gonna make me fly my freak flag alone? No one else does weird schitt with their SO’s?
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
We have entire conversations in movie lines and/or song lyrics.
Post # 5
OMG, I have one…
We play this game called “Coma.” Every once in a while, in bed in the morning or something, SO will say “oh no, I’m slipping into a coma” and then goes limp, and I have to like change his clothes or put on his shoes or sometihng for him.
It’s so weird, but we crack up everytime.
Post # 6
We have code words and phrases we say and/or email to each other that only the two of us would ever be able to figure out.
We say we’re a world of two, and other people are allowed in in limited doses and upon invitation only. One night we got so drunk we came up with an imaginary questionnaire for an imaginary web-world for exclusive membership into our hypothetical magical world. One of our top three screening questions was, “Do you love bacon?” So, no, you’re not the only one flying the freak flag. 🙂 We even have a secret name for our world, lol.
Post # 7
@laughs: That is hilarious!
Post # 8
We usually have little quirky phrases we use with each other. Also, we make very loud and obnoxious kissy noises when one of us wants a kiss and the other is visibly not paying attention or otherwise occupied.
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
We chase each other around the house, But when we run from each other we just shuffle our feet very quckly. We also chase the cat
Post # 10
We pretend to be very fancy rich people who are amused by the commoners and peasants around us.We do this in public and by ourselves.
When we are cleaning we almost always break out into radom dance parties around the house 🙂
Post # 11
My husband and I have a lot of goofy/dumb things that we do. One of those things that began recently is that I will run up to him and hit him with my butt, saying “Biche biche!” I have no idea why it is called that but he biches back sometime. It’s really stupid but it cracks us up.
When we go to bed at night, if it is too hot or we cannot get comfortable snuggling, we will face our butts together and we call this “buttle cuddle.” Sometimes when we’re not really tired, we’ll start hitting each other with our butts and it devolves into “buttle battle.” Some nights we will literally stay up for hours goofing around like that.
Post # 12
@Bellagiobride: We love to pick each other up in bars. Sometimes we pretend we don’t have a SO and flirt like crazy, sometimes we pretend we do have one and brush the other one off (But only for a minute!). It’s fun.
Also our nicknames are Mango (for me) and Papaya (for him). No one knows, but us. It came from one day he told me all day that I smelled like mangoes. I have no idea why, but it was funny. So he started calling me Mango and what goes with mangoes? Papaya. duh. lol. It’s just funny some of the looks we got the few times we used them in public.
And ya know, everybody needs a moment to act like a baby and whine about their life, so when he or I feel the need the other will act like the parent, cuddle and pet and say “Oh, my poor baby! But Mommie (or Daddy) loves you!”
ETA: I forgot about Pinky and the Brain. One of us will say “What are we going to do tonight?” and the other will inevitably say “Try to take over the world” in English or Spanish, it’s funnier in Spanish though.
Post # 13
@laughs: HAHAHA!!!!! Awesome!!!
Post # 14
We sing at each other, not really in conversations, but in relation to the coversation we’re having.
Post # 15
my husband and I have our own voice of how the dog sounds. So we’ll have entire conversations in that voice and what the dog would say. Our dog is our child. we talk about her a lot… It like a baby voice kinda but we sound like total retards. Every one else thinks we are on drugs probably.
we have no kids but we’ll refer to each other as mommy and daddy because thats what we are to the dog.
When we want something we’ll say “doggie called and she said she’d really like….”
when he says something rediculous i’ll just be like “doggie, just bite him”
Post # 16
@Bellagiobride: Fellow freak here.
When FI doesn’t want to get out of bed in the morning I jump on top of him and start yelling out things I’ve heard on hospital shows. He’s flat lining!!! Administering CPR! At his point he knows what’s coming… I start making a beep, beep, beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee…. sound and then I yell CLEAR!!!, rub my hands together and pounce on his chest. This gets him out of bed. LOL