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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 21:09:43
ID: 47148
In response to a confession. No. It isn't. We have pull start and I have an old shoulder injury from a patient falling on me. Take your maladjusted ego and kindly fuck off. Seriously, wtf is wrong with people to make them say this crap?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 20:51:44
ID: 47146
In response to a confession. Just wow.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 20:49:47
ID: 47145
In response to a confession. Uh, yeah, I would call you incompetent if you can't start a lawn mower. No harder than starting a car. Not saying you should have to do lawn care, but it's not exactly splitting the atom.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 20:35:58
ID: 47141
I don't have a problem with a dh never grocery shopping because that's not one of his chores. My problem with these confessions is that they make the husbands seem like total dipshits because they can't find a simple item in the store, or they don't get any of the items requested at all. I get that in some families, mine included, it's the wife that shops, no biggie. But if my dh stops on the way home for me because I need butter and he comes home with no butter because he "couldn't find it" but has twinkies, doritos, soda, etc.etc. then yes, I judge.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 19:57:19
ID: 47140
Guess what? My DH does half-assed shit around the house. Guess what? So do I. We aren't fucking perfect and just because my DH doesn't turn the tshirt inside out to fold it doesn't mean it's a fucking marriage deal breaker. He does shit that bothers me, I do shit that bothers him. But in the end, he would go to the end of the earth for me and give the shirt off his back for anyone in need. People get way too touchy for shit that doesn't have anything to do with their marriages or lives. Let people vent and stop trying to tell them what to do with their life. If they want to live with a man that spends money on useless shit, that's on them, they will handle their business when the time is right for them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 19:44:18
ID: 47133
I actually like doing the grocery shopping. It's like a game to see how much money I can save. It's not exhausting. I don't care that I'm the one who does it. There's PLENTY of stuff that my dh does that I don't touch. Where's the outrage for my poor, exhausted husband? Marriage is about being a team, but it isn't ever a 50/50 spit. That isn't realistic. We take care of each other. Just because your marriage dynamic is different from mine doesn't mean mine is wrong and yours is the gold standard. I mean, if that's how you need to feel to feed your ego, that's cool. But it's bullshit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 11:25:50
ID: 47125
I can't delegate grocery shopping either. My dh has the reading comprehension of a 5 year old. For example- I sent him a list that contained one item. Icing for a cake. I was even specific about brand and flavor. He calls me and says he's given up after three stores because he can't find Duncan hines ICE CREAM. I find it hilarious, and since I don't work outside the home, I don't mind not being able to ask him to shop. I also do all the indoor housework. I made an agreement with him when we got married. I do the indoor stuff, he does the outdoor stuff. It works for us. Why is that bad?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 02:48:36
ID: 47120
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 02:07:25
ID: 47118
In response to a confession. But he doesn't do that stuff everyday and housework and cooking are everyday responsibilities, kwim? If I had to do all the housework all the time I would be tired and resentful. Dh does the car and appliance maintenance and I do the fancy cooking and usually the organizing (he's in charge of keeping his side of the closet organized and he has to go through his own clothes, same with his bathroom), but we share the daily kid and household responsibilities. That way neither of us is worn out and we have more time for the fun stuff.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-05-01 01:51:03
ID: 47116
You just never know which meaningless confession will trigger a shit storm around here! Reminds me of Crocgate a couple of years ago lol.
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