QOTD - 7/28

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JKfmAustin's picture
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QOTD - 7/28

Name one thing that your SO does that drives you crazy/batty! Wink

E-Koz's picture
Joined: 02/16/11
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Aw heck, we've only been married 6 weeks, so my list is pretty darn short. But the one thing I do gripe at him about is washing his hands and then shaking them over the sink instead of using the handtowel that is oh....12 inches away. It gets water spots ALL over the mirror!! :mad:

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Joined: 11/21/07
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My "all the time" complaint is that DH is a bed and blanket hog. We have a Cal-King bed and somehow I STILL end up on the VERY edge of the bed with just a sheet 5 out of 7 nights a week. I've decided after 8 years of living together this isn't ever going to change!!!

My "right now" complaint is that every Saturday DH goes down into his "man cave" and watchs ESPN or the History Channel ALL-DAY-LONG and leaves me to deal with the kids. I think this normally happens but I'm just now noticing it because I'm with the kids 24/7 during the summer!

JKfmAustin's picture
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Let’s see....I'm sure there's a long list but the one thing that sticks out right now is his inability to put dirty clothes in the hamper. He'll fold his dirty clothes nice and neat and put it on the dresser. :rolleyes: I mean, the hamper is right next to the dresser! How hard can it be to put the clothes in the hamper? Why go through the trouble of folding the dirty clothes?! lol....silly man!

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Gosh! He throws his laundry anywhere he's at, and when he goes to wash laundry, he will forget to put the detergent in. Sad

jojogun's picture
Joined: 07/17/09
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He is the worst handyman ever, it drives me crazy that he can't just get it done like my dad somehow always can. Thankfully, he has come to the point of realizing he is terrible & is willing to just let me call in a pro before he attempts it/makes it worse:).

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Joined: 11/21/08
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He calls me at work sometimes and just want to talk forever...about nothing. I understand that he has nothing to do at that moment, but I have a hundred things to do. Then I always feel rude when I ask if he actually needs anything.

yipeeladybug's picture
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Dismisses what I say. Doesn't happen often but when it does it makes me so upset....more so when it turns out I'm right!!!

blissfulliss's picture
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lol... I've got two words:
Technology. Addiction.

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I have to 2nd the technology addiction. My DH is on his 5th smartphone in less than 2 years.

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My list can get lengthy LOL I will stick to the main ones.

He leaves the Cabinets open GRRRR!!!!! I can't stand the doors or drawers open! It's so easy you open it - you close it!

He throws dirty clothes on the floor ( I have got it to where it is on his side of the room only and I only start to complain when it creeps out in my way ( I was not raised where this was okay I have a hamper and I use it! So does he, why can't he just use his???)

I gave up on the Toilet seat lid even though it Irks me.

Okay I will stop now there is many more things I could list but there is also another list of things he does do that I like or am grateful for Smile

Brandi

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Joined: 12/30/07
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Just one thing?? HAHAHA...

Well the laundry thing.. he throws his clothes in random "piles" if there isnt a hamper in site... we have like 5 laundry hampers.. gr... It wouldnt bug me THAT much, EXCEPT for the fact that every day he asks "do I have clean clothes?" In kind of a rude tone, implying that I havent washed any work clothes... seriously, if he put his clothes IN THE HAMPER then it'd be easier for me to wash.. Not a few in the bathroom hamper a few in a pile by the door and his newest favorite place, in the dining room??!?!?!

He complains about my cleaning or... he calls me a "hoarder" because I dont throw things away that often.. YET he doesnt really help clean... do NOT complain that things arent organized (he picks random things.. the hall closet is driving him nuts.. blah blah... ) yet he doesnt even clean the livingroom or the hall that leads to the closet so why complain about the closet?!?!?!??!? AND he demands that I throw out half my clothes, and brodys clothes.. and brodys toys... sigh..

hehe..

Um thats really about it right now.. I hate the way that he likes to tell me things that he thinks will make me mad just to see what I'll say.. for instance he hates going to the beach and I love it and always ask to go.. and the other day he CASUALLY said him and Brody and our friends and their son were going to the beach this weekend and sucks I had to work.. he says it so casually.. yet hes JOKIng just to make me mad... whats the point?!?!?!

Okay dont ranting... haha

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"babyhopes4us" wrote:

He leaves the Cabinets open GRRRR!!!!! I can't stand the doors or drawers open! It's so easy you open it - you close it!

Hehe....I do this! Drives Hubby crazy! Though, he doesn't gripe about it anymore....he just thinks it's funny now after 11 years...lol.;)

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I'm gonna join in cuz I ain't 'out' yet! lol.

He leaves bits of sock all over the bedroom floor!!!

Ewww it's just the most disgusting thing ever! ha.

xx

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"Minx_Kristi" wrote:

I'm gonna join in cuz I ain't 'out' yet! lol.

He leaves bits of sock all over the bedroom floor!!!

Ewww it's just the most disgusting thing ever! ha.

xx

"Bits of sock"??? How is this possible? Does he shred them as he wears them or something????

My siamese cat Casey loooooooooooooves to drag DH's socks all over the house. Of course, if DH would ACTUALLY put his clothes in the hamper then it wouldn't happen!!! The best part is when she can't find socks and she gets upset....then she drags DH's dirty underwear all over the house. Ewwwwwwwww!!!!

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"yipeeladybug" wrote:

"Bits of sock"??? How is this possible? Does he shred them as he wears them or something????

Haaaaaaaa!!!

Like, because his feet get sweaty whilst at work during the day, the inside of his socks stick to his feet so when he takes them off it goes everywhere!!!

I've started to make him take them off over the bin and then he has to shower straight away LOL!

xx

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Joined: 11/13/08
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My Dh works 7 days a week so it is hard to fault him for this BUT, every day he comes home, goes to the bathroom, changes his clothes, has a snack and falls asleep on the couch or living room floor. I tell him if he is tired to just go to bed, but don't sleep where Jack is playing. He gets so mad if Jack hits him with a toy on accident or whatever. Blah And this is nearly every afternoon/evening. So he doesn't help take care of Jack while I cook dinner, or help with dinner, or help with clean up, or anything else. He acts like my "job" isn't as important as his cause I don't bring in any money.

He also has a toddler temper. By that I mean if he bumps into inanimate objects, it is obviously not his fault but that of the objects which then gets kicked, thrown and/or cursed at. His mommy obviously missed the lesson where you teach your kid to not throw tantrums.

Joined: 02/24/11
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Wait for me is the DAMN LIGHTS OMGG!! Grrrr!!! If hes in the kitchen the bedroom light is on the hallway and dining area!!! Like seriously he must think i have an ongoing affair with the coned man so that we can get discounts on our bill!! And the clothes piless its like from the time he walks in the door you know every where hes been but the number one is when he uses his wet hands to wipe the fog off the damn mirror and it leaves streaks omggg ladies ughh