Or is DP a greedy bugger?

(99 Posts)
ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 19:43:41

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Lilaclily Fri 11-Jul-14 19:44:47

well he was clearly hungry, why should he wait for you?
you could both stop the snacking and just eat earlier!!

CoffeeTea103 Fri 11-Jul-14 19:47:14

That was rude of you. If you feel that is a large amount, he may not feel the same.

ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 19:47:31

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ChickenFajitasAndNachos Fri 11-Jul-14 19:49:31

Yes your snack was very big OP.

ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 19:51:44

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CrohnicallyExhausted Fri 11-Jul-14 19:53:45

YWBU to call him a piggy. But YANBU to think that is a lot. My DH is similar, I can't buy big value packs of anything because the more there is, the more he'll eat. If there were only 2 slices left out of a packet, he'd have eaten those and been happy. And it's annoying when someone eats an entire packet in one go, if you're on a budget like we are, it means I'm restricted to cheese in my sandwiches for the rest of the week! (Or worse, there's nothing left for sandwich fillings).

ChickenFajitasAndNachos Fri 11-Jul-14 19:54:02

Your DH didn't call you a pig for eating a snack, I think you were rude. He's obviously got home super starving.

Littleturkish Fri 11-Jul-14 19:54:02

Is he generally greedy? Now he's eaten that, will he not eat a big dinner?

That's the context really. His snack sounds like an entire meal.

ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 19:57:15

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ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 19:58:12

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Meid Fri 11-Jul-14 19:59:08

He probably wanted dinner.
You stitched him up by changing the usual mealtime.
I would assume, though, he won't be eating a full meal later.

SquigglySquid Fri 11-Jul-14 19:59:11

I'm going to assume that this is light hearted.

Yes. He's being a piggy. grin

Just make a light dinner or something you don't mind having for left overs.

Yama Fri 11-Jul-14 20:01:14

YABU

If someone told me that dinner was to be delayed due to their actions I wouldn't be happy if they commented on the size of my snack.

Sirzy Fri 11-Jul-14 20:01:18

So you had a snack when you normally dont and decided you both had to eat later because of that then called him names when he got himself a snack?

Maybe you should have just waited until your normal time to eat?

ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 20:02:45

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ChickenFajitasAndNachos Fri 11-Jul-14 20:04:01

You sound a bit fridge police. He had a snack because you had a snack first and wanted a later dinner then got called piggy. He's probably started a thread about you on dadsnet.

ObfusKate Fri 11-Jul-14 20:04:24

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Ragwort Fri 11-Jul-14 20:05:53

My DH would do that, he has a huge appetite - after a large meal he will make himself a couple of sandwiches before bed grin.

Ilovenicesoap Fri 11-Jul-14 20:08:37

Four slices of beef, ham ,cheese is ridiculous !
I have teenagers and no way would they eat 4 slices of sandwich filling!

mynewpassion Fri 11-Jul-14 20:08:46

He probably was hungry then. And, yes, you projected pissed off rather than light-heartedness.

maybe instead of a red angry emoticon, use a smiley or winky one instead.

firesidechat Fri 11-Jul-14 20:08:53

100g isn't that much is it? Too big for a snack before dinner, but certainly not too big for a normal sandwich meal. I loath under filled sandwiches though.

Was it one of those 'more filling than bread' type sandwiches so it was all squashed in? In which case definitely slightly porcine wink.

Come to think of it, we haven't had dinner yet...hmm

ChickenFajitasAndNachos Fri 11-Jul-14 20:12:44

If I was hungry I'd probably eat one slice as I was making the sandwich and 2 inside but I am a 5 feet 1 inch woman. Then I may think it's not worth saving the last slice and scoff that.

Bogeyface Fri 11-Jul-14 20:13:36

A whole pack of meat in a panini isnt a snack, thats lunch!

I would certainly deem it as greedy.

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