Alternatively we could stick cocktail sticks in him a LA acupuncture style so he looked like a hedgehog? Of is that too much? Coff...I have heard dh more than once say to the kids if they are being naughty "if you don't stop I will tell your mother!" I am most fearsome it would seem.
LOL Coff - I do exactly the same if I'm cross with DH - Turn the water on downstairs when he's having a shower. Oh the great sense of satisfaction. Blood test forms came through the post today. I mentioned the forms - and the write up of our dx and appointment meeting - and DH said "that is now 3 times that you have told me that I need a blood test" Just waiting for either a good sized fork (I'm thinking pitchfork? ) or the next time he has a shower Btw - he WILL be getting it done. He may be twice my size, but if I have to drag him, so be it! Sorry to hear your news Taggie <<HONK>>
Well he is home from work and has pissed me off again! Made some "funny" comment when I asked if we could pop to ikea. (Currently have piles of dirty washing all over my bedroom floor as ds1 decided sit on top of my washing basket...and broke it so I need some new laundry baskets (and choc marshmallows) So have had to shout at him again. Grrrr....
I'll join you on the AIBU week for DHs. DH has an extra arm on 1 of his chromosomes - found out when his mum had an amniocentesis with his little sis. Geneticist has said that she will test me and DH rather than put the DSs through it. I told him he needed a blood test. Text answer came back 'no' I know he usually says "I don't do needles" - but this is to save his DCs pain. Badvoc - can I borrow your trusty fork. If he won't give blood by needle, there is another way - evil
As I mentioned I have been worried regarding middle dds pains in legs knees etc and finally I have an appointment booked for next week where I am going to insist on a referral.
We live in the same house you know DH and I and for the last 2 years she had been complaining on an off as mentioned here this week.
THIS MORNING drinking tea he says "oh" I remembered something yesterday"
I looked on to have him tell me that he had loose joints (his joints not much better now but age lol) also loose knees? had to have his back realigned as a child and the sports physio invented at the time something that represents the tens machine. It was £400 and a mould was made for his knees and this used to tense the muscles and force blood flow through the joints. He always had issues as his walk wasnt correct till his back was straightened.