DH just spilled my wine, should I LTB?

(26 Posts)
Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:12:29

Lighthearted

DH has been working all day and got home late-I'm on Mat leave. Poured the last of my naice wine to enjoy because he was having an after work lager. His turn to feed DD, but because he's tired and I'm nice, I offered to feed her so he could chill out.

Got downstairs and he's knocked my wine over-it was the last of a nice bottle. Should I kill him, or just LTB?

MyJuneName Sun 07-Aug-16 23:13:36

Send him the shop for more wine first.
Then LTB

LurkyLurkerMcLurkface Sun 07-Aug-16 23:13:57

Kill. Only appropriate response.

UmbongoUnchained Sun 07-Aug-16 23:14:02

Drown him in it.

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:15:05

Killing him seems to be winning. Poor DH.

PurpleWithRed Sun 07-Aug-16 23:15:12

He does all night feeds forever, or he dies. Let him choose.

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:16:10

I like that, Purple. But I might just kill him anyway.

MyKingdomForBrie Sun 07-Aug-16 23:16:43

New bottle, immediately! Kill him and your only supply chain is cut..

WorraLiberty Sun 07-Aug-16 23:17:01

Don't kill him too quickly.

He needs to suffer for this.

Perhaps make him watch 6 hours of Loose Women first.

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:17:16

Brie you have a point there....

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:17:56

Worra you sadist! I must learn from you grin

WorraLiberty Sun 07-Aug-16 23:19:12

He's going to need wine to get him through the first 10 minutes

So win-win really grin wine

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:19:57

Worra he'll need more than wine grin

Idliketobeabutterfly Sun 07-Aug-16 23:20:59

Pour his alcohol down sink

John4703 Sun 07-Aug-16 23:22:22

As a man I suggest from experience
1. He goes to the shop and gets 12 bottles of that wine
2. He does all the ironing for the next 500 years
3. He buys you a beautiful necklace
4. He feeds every child of your's every night
5. He kisses your feet as often as they want kissed

Actually number 5 sounds like fun :-)

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:22:27

Butterfly I never thought of that! Though I think killing him would have more impact.

WorraLiberty Sun 07-Aug-16 23:23:34

Do you not have an emergency wine supply?

I always think it's better to be safe than sober.

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:24:13

John he hates feet, so number 5 would be a punishment grin

We only have one child so feeding her every night wouldn't be a great hardship really.

I'm still leaning toward killing him.

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:25:45

Worra I have gin. He actually said, "I've spilled your wine, but you have some gin."

Gin doesn't cut it-I wanted my wine sad

John4703 Sun 07-Aug-16 23:31:53

Champagneformyrealfriends Sun 07-Aug-16 23:24:13
John he hates feet, so number 5 would be a punishment grin
We only have one child so feeding her every night wouldn't be a great hardship really.
I'm still leaning toward killing him.

Just kill him but make sure it is a slow and painful death and that you enjoy watching him (the wine spiller) writhe in agony

(I just can't get the bit about him hating feet, I love to kiss my wife's feet,)

WorraLiberty Sun 07-Aug-16 23:36:31

If my DH went anywhere near my feet I'd break his face.

MissElizaBennettsBookmark Sun 07-Aug-16 23:46:09

LTB

You don't need that kind of negativity in your life...

(Make sure he replaces the wine first though)

Rudymentary Mon 08-Aug-16 06:04:57

It was an accident.

My DH however angry we were sharing a bowl of my favourite crisps (Tyrell's sweet chilli) - there was one left, it was a big one, I offered it to him and not only did he take it, he threw it to the bloody dog!

SendMyLoveToYourNewLUHuvahh Mon 08-Aug-16 06:24:46

He threw it to the dog?!

The insult! I love those crisps.

ProfessorPreciseaBug Mon 08-Aug-16 06:36:38

Who is responsible for the wine cellar in your household?
If it is you as the wine drinker... you have been neglecting your duties to have got down to the last bottle..

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