My husband offered to grocery shop with the boys and give me some time to myself. I was super sweet of him and I'm not complaining, just giggling.
I sent him with a list. It had cucumbers, shampoo, "cuticle remover cream in the isle near the nail polish", and "snacks for the kids' lunches-whatever is on sale" on it among other things.
He got zucchinis. I asked why (he doesn't like them so I know he didn't just want them) and his answer was, "You said to get cucumbers. Aren't those cucumbers?"
He got conditioner. He said, "I think it's shampoo." When I pointed to word conditioner he said, "Let me smell it.... Yeah, it's shampoo." I just stared at him and he asked, "Are they really different?"
The cuticle remover was Cutex nail polish remover. Can't say I blame him for that one. It's not like he's ever used either of those things.
And for snacks he got a big bad of M&Ms. Our definition of snack is a little different.
We got a nice chuckle out of it.
Does your husband shop?