(Closed) What makes you want to hit him over the head with a frying pan?

posted 6 years ago in Married Life
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

 

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Aquaria:  FI uses my really nice kitchen towels when he’s working on our vehicles. My favorite one was green and had a gold stitched deer on it. I had to throw it out because it was full of oil. I almost beat him with it.

Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Merritt Winery

Oh let me count the ways…

when im trying to be serious and he’s just not having it so he starts joking around. Listen to me and stop twerking! 

when he insists he has wiped the dog’s feet off yet there is a trail of mud. Must be those invisible towels  

when he swears we never discussed something that I know we did. Temporary amnesia?

when he talks in his sleep! Can’t a girl get an uninterrupted night??

my personal fave: when he lets the hot shower run while he’s doing his business in the morning! That shit isn’t free…I’m talking about the hot water lol

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

Hahahaha that is such a MAN thing to do!

Sort of embarrassing: My husband left for work this morning about 30 minutes before me. We take the same subway. When I went to go get on the train, the frickin’ stop was closed for construction, and I had to catch a bus and go to a different stop and it was a huge pain! I wasn’t late to work, but it was super stressful.

So of course I texted him like, “Uh, you could have mentioned that the subway stop was closed so I could have left a bit early!! Sheesh.”

And he texted back that he was really sorry, but that someone got STABBED on his alternate subway car and he was busy trying to contact the conductor, get the train stopped, get the police/ambulance, etc.

SOO um okay then, he’s forgiven!!

ETA: Welcome to New York! Subway-stabbers waiting for you!

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

There are too many to list lol.  But one reoccurring thing is that if something spills on a carpet, no matter what it is or how messy, including dog pee, without fail my husband will reach for a paper towel.  As if a paper towel is going to do the job.  Bottle of olive oil dropped on the kitchen rug?  Paper towel.  Red wine on the dining room rug?  Paper towel.  Dog piss on the office carpet?  Paper towel.  

Really, paper towel, are you serious?  I ask him if he bumped his head every time he does it.   

Post # 7
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Bumble bee

He rarely turns off lights when he leaves the room and often doesn’t turn the faucet all the way off. The water is flowing down the drain, not just a few drops. It’s mind boggling how he doesn’t notice this. I’ve also noticed he’s left the oven on hours after he’s done with it. The funny thing is, his job is in surgery where you need to be super focused and detail oriented. He must turn that trait off when he gets home.

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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onthefritz:  I can probably one up both of those. EVERYTIME I buy him some new jeans and polo or other dress shirts, you know spend $150 to $200 on new clothes for him, I have to tell him do not work in those. Next thing I know the jeans have a rip or there is grease on the shirt. 

Me: What did you do, work in those?

Him: “Nooooo, I just helped your dad do such and such on a car” or No, I helped your brother weld his (insert project here).”

So, to him since it was not actually doing his day job in it then it was not working. Then he complains about having nothing to wear on Sunday mornings when getting ready for church or when I want to go out on Saturday night for dinner. 

 

Post # 10
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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Aquaria:  Speaking of toilet paper, if he happens to use the kids bathroom (which only has about 5 rolls stocked in it at a time to keep them from wasting it) he will NEVER, EVER check to make sure there is some in there before he goes. EVERYTIME, I get a text saying, “please bring me some toilet paper”. 

Post # 12
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

 

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JBsBride:  Oh no, Fiance does that too. Rips and stains…. everywhere.

Post # 13
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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Aquaria:  Well it is our money, sooo….but that is too funny about the wrinkles!

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Post # 14
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Busy bee

My newest pet peeve: I ask if we can spend some time together and he boots up a video game and puts his headphones on. It is not “together” time just because we are sitting next to each other while he’s completely zoned out! Argh!

I love him dearly, but sometimes I want to strangle him.

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