to assume if someone says they're cooking dinner..

(29 Posts)
bouncingorange Tue 05-Mar-13 20:42:33

that it will be ready at your usual dinner time and not 10.30 - 11pm? Selfish arse.

HerrenaHarridan Tue 05-Mar-13 23:18:25

Yanbu.

My ex used to regularly serve dinner at one am.

Seriously!

It was a fucking nightmare.
I was recovery from a complicated c section and breast feeding a very hungry baby. I could barely move anything waist down and if I made any suggestions about takeaway he got the hump. I ended up living on nuts.

He was always bad for serving late but he just spiralled after dd was born.

I empathise.

I set him a limit. If your not serving by x o clock I am having toast and going to bed.
It didn't work but you can try it if you want !

Emilythornesbff Wed 06-Mar-13 07:36:45

YANBU. So pleased you didn't wait.
Silly man.

SneakyNinja Wed 06-Mar-13 07:51:32

Yanbu, not sure why you're getting such stick I would be pretty pissed off in your position.

RivalSibling Wed 06-Mar-13 08:32:44

I'd be annoyed if someone said they were going to cook and then expected me to wait until that late to eat (if you normally eat earlier). It would spoil the meal. If he wanted to watch footy he should have got the meal ready in time or not offered.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now