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Um should I be worried?

(86 Posts)
Insecure24 Sat 02-Mar-13 21:57:29

Dp went to watch our local football team this afternoon and was going for a drink after, said he'd be back by 7. He's not. And his phones off. I don't mean to sound annoyingly motherly, he's 32! But quite unlike him...:-/

foolonthehill Sat 02-Mar-13 22:19:10

Bad news tends to travel fast.
Hope he arrives home soon and is suitably apologetic.
Do you know who he's with so you could text them...maybe his phone has run out of charge (mine does all the time as I am rubbish and disorganised blush)

squeakytoy Sat 02-Mar-13 22:36:04

Who has he gone with? He has probably got carried away drinking, and his phone has died.. it is selfish of him not to let you know though.

Fairypants Sat 02-Mar-13 22:40:09

If there was a serious problem, someone would have contacted you. He has probably had one too many and lost track of time.

Nagoo Sat 02-Mar-13 22:56:18

yy selfish. Probably not lying in pool of his own fluids. but selfish.

Can you text his friends to check he's ok?

Ginga66 Sat 02-Mar-13 23:28:49

Any news? Are you ok?

Insecure24 Sat 02-Mar-13 23:28:59

I'm still waiting for him and have text a friend of his. Grr!

Insecure24 Sat 02-Mar-13 23:32:12

Feeling panicky now sad

NoelHeadbands Sat 02-Mar-13 23:34:52

I'm sure he will be absolutely fine. Probably royally pissed perhaps, but fine.

If he was hurt, involved in an accident, in trouble etc you would have heard by now.

Insecure24 Sat 02-Mar-13 23:42:37

If my phone had died I'd use a friends to send a quick text coz I know he'd worry. Why don't they think logically??! No reply from his friend yet

Ruprekt Sat 02-Mar-13 23:44:32

I would be cross too.

Hope he rings soon.

Knob. Total knob.

<<weary>>

Mind you - your username is insecure24 which sounds a tad stalkerish...

are you really round-the-clock insecure?

If so, either he is wrong for you or you are wrong for him or both.

Do you have any knitting or such-like that you can be getting on with to pass the time til he returns?

MumVsKids Sat 02-Mar-13 23:52:06

Hope he's soon back safe and sound smile

Insecure24 Sat 02-Mar-13 23:52:12

He's never done this. Ever. I feel sick

MumVsKids Sat 02-Mar-13 23:56:52

Did you row today before he left?

WinkyWinkola Sat 02-Mar-13 23:58:35

Any other friends you could contact?

Insecure24 Sun 03-Mar-13 00:01:10

Nope he left with a big kiss and said "I love you have a nice afternoon see you in a bit"

MumVsKids Sun 03-Mar-13 00:02:05

Have you moved house recently and he's gone back to old address? (Too much beer to remember where he lives)

PowerPants Sun 03-Mar-13 00:02:25

You poor thing. I'd be so cross. Text the friend again.

Insecure24 Sun 03-Mar-13 00:03:00

Um moved in December but if he does go to old address he's a complete prat coz it's 15 miles away!

SorryMyLollipop Sun 03-Mar-13 00:03:27

Did his team win or lose? Who does he support? Hope hes home soon and that you kick his sorry ass if he's ok

MumVsKids Sun 03-Mar-13 00:03:55

I'd be quite cross and worried too if it is out of character.

Here to handhold until he returns smile

MumVsKids Sun 03-Mar-13 00:05:53

I only ask about old address as my BFF has to give her DH a slip of paper with their address on when he goes out for more than a few beers! He has been known to turn up at an address they lived at years ago and wonder why his key doesn't work. We call him Paddington now!

Insecure24 Sun 03-Mar-13 00:06:00

They drew 1-1. Dd 2.9 has just stirred asking for daddy (he's not her real dad but all she's ever known). Managed to get her back to sleep sad

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