(Closed) WORST mis-communication EVER

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
2517 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

jillbean1217:  Gah! That is a bad miscommunication. 

Ours wasn’t sad.  But I had done laundry on a day off.  He came home from work to find me in the shower.  Remember, he is Irish and has an accent.  Most of the time I don’t even think about it. And it gets stronger if he’s been talking to his brothers.  He tends to call his one brother on his commute home (hands free) and they chat while they’re both in traffic (brother lives in the US.) 

So he comes into the wash room and says hello.  

Him:  Babe, there was a green thong in front of the door. 

Me:   Oh, weird.  It probably belongs to the kid next door. 

Him:  What?  

Me:   Don’t little kids take them for lunch?  Maybe it fell out of his bag. 

Him:  Are you sure?  Could it be yours? 

Me:  No, we haven’t bought cheese strings in ages!  

Him: I don’t think it’d be very nutritious.  He should have a better snack. 

Me: Why?  They’re low fat, they’re tasty and you can pull them apart. 

At that point I pull back the curtain and see he’s holding a pair of my underwear, doubled over laughing quietly. 

I miss heard him with the shower going and the accent.  I heard cheese string.  I nearly fell out of the shower I started laughing so hard. 

Post # 3
4162 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Yikes!! Glad you cleared that one up quickly lol.

Ours was just stupid – We were heading out the door to go skiing, and Darling Husband usually gathers everything and puts it in the car, since I’m slow to get ready in the morning…this was how I thought the convo went:

Me: Did you grab my jacket?

Him: Yes I got it.

We get to the ski hill an hour and a half away in the mountains, and my jacket is not in the car.

Me:  AHH!! Where’s my jacket?!

Him: I thought you had it?! 

Me:  No I asked you if you grabbed it when we were leaving!

Him:  I thought you said “Did you grab YOUR (his own) jacket?” 

So basically he had grabbed his own, but not mine.  It was -10 out that day, and I only had my skins on.  Darling Husband had a hoodie on so he gave me his jacket…poor guy lol.  From now on, we’re both responsible for our own jackets/equipment.

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