My husband is a pretty awesome guy. He brought me all my cravings when I was pregnant, held my hand and protected my heart through our hard times and knows how to make me laugh like no one else can. We have this great partnership that’s necessary for us to raise our children and they are lucky to have him as well.
He is a dude though and sometimes the wires get crossed between what I’m trying to say and what he hears. I won’t confess if he’s ever said any of these phrases, but I can assure you if he has/does — he will get a good talking to.
“You’re starting to remind me of your mother”
“Where are my clean socks?”
“It must be that time of the month”
“There is no chocolate in the house”
“You sound like my mother.”
“What do you want to do”
If you wife is anything like me, asking me this question just annoys me because I am the most indecisive person ever.
Do NOT buy her a vacuum for her birthday, anniversary or Christmas.
I bet it’s better then you would ever make it. Don’t compare your wife to your mom!
NEVER. TALK. ABOUT. THE EX. Unless you’re telling me how I am way better.
This will always, & yes ALWAYS have the opposite effect.
“The guy at the store said this was the top of the line vacuum”
“This is almost as good as when my mom makes it”
“My ex did it for me.” / “When my ex and I…”
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