to be annoyed that dp wants a takeaway?

(115 Posts)
nw0401 Fri 14-Mar-14 17:47:25

so im in the middle of cooking tea (honey glazed gammon) and dp has just woke up, come in the kitchen and said he wants a takeaway. I told him ive got gammon on and he said I can have that, him and ds1 will have a takeaway - so I threw a strop! AIBU to be utterly pissed off with him?!

DoJo Fri 14-Mar-14 17:54:52

Does he like gammon? Because I would rather eat an old sponge, but if he likes it then it is really rude to dismiss the effort you are making by getting a takeaway, especially if he is serious about including your son!

wtf1981 Fri 14-Mar-14 17:55:05

No- he's BU!!!

LittleTulip Fri 14-Mar-14 17:56:06

Yea I would be pissed off too. Tell him to sit down shut up and eat what you've cooked

tigermoll Fri 14-Mar-14 17:57:00

I think it's a bit rude of him - is he offering to pay out of his own money?

tigermoll Fri 14-Mar-14 17:57:22

I think it's a bit rude of him - is he offering to pay out of his own money?

Fairypants Fri 14-Mar-14 17:58:46

I would throw a mega strop. If you have already started cooking its too late for any other suggestion.

I would be cross. Why can't he buy takeaway for everyone tomorrow instead?

CoffeeTea103 Fri 14-Mar-14 17:59:08

It depends if he likes/eats gammon. If you've made it knowing he doesn't then yabu. If he's just changed his mind then he is bu.

Thudercatsrule Fri 14-Mar-14 17:59:36

Yes it's annoying, but surely he's allowed to choose what he wants? Can't you have the gammon tomorrow?

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 17:59:40

joint bank account - all money is shared. and yes he does like it - more so with honey. id rather have summat else but tend to cook what he likes. ungrateful bastard angry

HannerHet Fri 14-Mar-14 18:02:14

YANBU, tell him to grow up and you can have a takeaway tomorrow. Fair enough if you hadn't started cooking but you have gone to the effort of cooking a meal already, I would be annoyed

susiedaisy Fri 14-Mar-14 18:02:31

Why is he asleep this time of the day? Yanbu

HandsOffMyGazBaz Fri 14-Mar-14 18:03:52

My 2puddings are you op?

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 18:04:02

also we tend to have takeaways Saturday nights - which we are trying to cut out to save money but will be out tomorrow and he knows we're eating out then

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 18:04:45

hands off yes sorry, confusing name change

HannerHet Fri 14-Mar-14 18:05:08

It doesn't make any difference if he is paying for it or not - still rude. And has OP namechanged?

YouTheCat Fri 14-Mar-14 18:07:02

I'm cooking a roast dinner, as it's my day off work.

If dp, knowing this was what was for tea, then said 'oh I'll just get some chips/takeaway', I'd be very very pissed off, especially if you're trying to save.

LegoCaltrops Fri 14-Mar-14 18:09:50

Let him have his takeaway, and have the gammon tomorrow. Tell him he'd better enjoy it as you're never making it again though, the ungrateful twit.

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 18:10:44

susiedaisy - he gets up early for work but can never sleep at night so has a 'nap' when he comes home from work hmm

invicta Fri 14-Mar-14 18:11:27

You are not bring unreasonable. He is being rude and appreciate the effort you are making.

YouTheCat Fri 14-Mar-14 18:12:13

Lego, they are going out tomorrow for a meal.

Id use it for sarnies but then im not one to ever refuse a takeaway.

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 18:13:25

gammon is now out but looks like it will be going in the fridge. no reasoning with him - he said im in a foul mood! well duh!

my2puddings Fri 14-Mar-14 18:19:01

mynameis - me and ds1 will end up having it on buttys over the wkend. im not normally one to turn down a takeaway either but seeing as though we'll be eating out tomorrow and we're trying to save money... (not to mention the fact that I had nearly finished cooking it)

still pissed off though and will sulk in the other room with ds2 - dp thinks hes done nothing wrong.

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