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Kim3 January 12th, 2014 04:28 PM

One annoying DH thing
Let's hear 1 annoying thing DH or SO does!

TeresaMomTo2Boys January 12th, 2014 05:07 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
gets a LARGE cup of iced water EVERY TIME we watch a movie and during the quiet parts he chews on ice.

crawmommy January 12th, 2014 05:23 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
Just 1?? Too many to choose from ugh.

Kim3 January 12th, 2014 05:25 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
For me, I do things super fast and DH is opposite. At diner he will eat normal pace. Ughhh - three kids. There is no way to just sit and savor dinner - especially if we are all at a restaurant. In that case eating is a job to get done before Ellianna fusses and I am walking in the waiting area with her.

Joanne Nicole January 12th, 2014 05:44 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
My DH is always on me about how fast I eat, but if I don't then I won't get to finishy meal. Moms get it, dads don't.

One thing about about DH that annoys me is that he doesn't listen to me when I need him to. After so many years together we do both tend to tune each other out at times. He's telling me about his day at work and I don't comprehend most of what he's telling me, or he's telling me all the technical specifications of some car, or recounting his latest video game triumph that I could care less about...I tune him out and just add the appropriate "oh yeah?" and "uh-huh" here and there. He does the same to me when I'm talking about girlfriend drama or craft projects or Doctor Who...lol. We both know that the other person isn't really listening, and that's ok. Sometimes you just want to talk.

The problem is that lately he seems to be tuning me out when he's supposed to be listening. Like, before Christmas I said, "Dad wants to get Fiona one of those stupid store bought chocolate advent calendars, but I'm going to make one for her instead." That afternoon he came home from the store with a stupid store bought chocolate advent calendar. When I asked him why he got it, he said, "because you said we needed one."


laurenmarie January 12th, 2014 05:52 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
He doesnt know how to be quiet. When the kids are asleep i tiptoes around the house and keep the volume down on the tv, etc. He will blast the tv, talk really loud on the phone,etc.

Madison.Hailey.Zack January 12th, 2014 06:46 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
He smacks my butt ALL THE TIME! It drives me crazy.

He starts counting down till the next hunting season starting on Jan 1st (hunting ends here Dec 31st).

beatlechicksteph January 12th, 2014 06:52 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
Procrastinates on important tasks, like applying for jobs...

Mom2LillieAidan January 12th, 2014 07:05 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
He will insist that I get him up when we get up and then while I feed Aidan, he'll fall asleep on the couch for HOURS!!! It irritates me to no end. Like really, why bother getting up.

Hopeful2BMommy January 12th, 2014 08:54 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
Every time I bend over, he makes a farting sound.

zkat January 12th, 2014 09:11 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing

He wears a lot of clothes every week (32 shirts last week) plus 2 boys so we are never caught up. I work M-F so most is done on the weekends. He always washes towels. We have 3 sets of towels, so we usually have some clean. Not a priority. Kids Jammie's, underwear, clothes -that should be first, right? Nope. Towels. Every.single.time.

navywifey2003 January 12th, 2014 09:43 PM

Re: One annoying DH thing
We will be having a conversation and he tries to complete my sentence like some cute omg jinx thing. It drives me up the wall!

MrsLat January 13th, 2014 04:03 AM

Re: One annoying DH thing
Alex is what I like to refer to as a "meanderer" He is so slow. If I send him to the store that is a mile away for one thing, like milk, he will return over an hour later. And its not because it is some cool store with man-gadgets. He does it at the grocery store. He does it at the pharmacy. I don't trust him to shop by himself for fear that if I was not there to light a fire under his butt, he would spend his entire day wandering through the grocery store looking at labels.

MerinSun January 13th, 2014 06:12 AM

Re: One annoying DH thing
Messes. I'm not the tidiest of people but i swear to God clutter just falls out of the man.

When he cooks he never cleans up as he goes. When he is changing the kids there is a trail of clothing and dirty diapers.

Several times I've come home from a long exhausting day of hauling kids around to appointments or dragging them to various relatives and he greets me with a "I did all the laundry!" or "I cleaned the downstairs!" And I get all excited. And then I realize he has a completely different understanding of cleaning.

Laundry will be clean but piled in a mountain on the bed or in baskets downstairs. The room he cleaned will mostly just be vacuumed. The surfaces will be coated in yuck. Nothing will actually be put away. Things will just be pushed to the side of the room and piled.

I know he helped, I know he did SOMETHING but it's like "Here honey, I did this stuff.......now finish it!"

QueenCrafty January 13th, 2014 09:00 AM

My DH has ADD which pretty much sums up all my annoyances with him. Send him to the store for milk and he comes home with juice, ice cream, cookies, a movie rental, and some random tool/holiday decoration because it was on sale and no milk. Wrappers or dirty napkins get left on the coffee table for days because he doesn't see them. Little house projects are always half done. He started painting our back door in August and it's still not done!!! Our front door is half painted yellow from mid December and all his painting supplies are still sitting in our foyer.

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