My friend just texted me that her hubby said that back when she had her hysterectomy that he wished she would have not "milked it" so long. That things around the house went to shit and he felt upset that he had to come home and do housework.
I asked her if she killed him yet
After I had my son,I felt bad that the housework wasn't getting done in due time. When I mentioned it to my DH,he told me not to worry. I'd get to it when I felt better. Keep in mind,he took off the week after we had our son. He didn't mean it like how it came out,but I was LIVID with him.
Not anything that stands out. He's said plenty of offensive things, but we tend to discuss it a little and end up laughing at it. I'm not a particularly sensitive person, so I usually try to think of the innocent way something could have been meant. Like a couple months after we were married it was DH's birthday. I asked him what he wanted for dinner and he said lasagna and carrot cake for his birthday cake. I made both from scratch and we invited BIL/SIL and nieces to dinner. Everyone was really shy about taking food for some reason. DH was the first to taste it and proclaimed, 'wow, this doesn't taste like shit'. So now I tease him about that still because he claims he didn't mean it the way it came out. I could have thought deeper in to that comment, but why bother? It won't change how I cook, even if he didn't like it.
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