Especially when it is your DH/SO/LP?!
I have known mine my entire life, and I don't think he has ever been on time for anything. I live and die by a clock, and it drives me up the wall that he can't be on time to save his life.
I think it is completely rude, and sends the message that whatever he is doing is more important than everyone else's schedule, and they can wait on him. I HATE when we have to go somewhere together, because we are always late and I feel like I have to apologize for him.
His friends seem to take it much more in stride than I do, but it is so aggravating to me!
Finally I have A.I.S.ed him. (Ass In Seat) from Everybody Loves Raymond. If his A. isn't in the S. at the time we need to leave to be on time, I am leaving without him.
Am I overracting?
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