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To have not noticed that DH stormed out?

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offtopooatpaulshouse Sun 07-Nov-10 13:50:14

I thought he was in the shed having a sneaky fag after a row?

Just looked out the window and the car's gone.

Oops. Do you think I was meant to notice (or care).

In my defence he has been the most spectacular arsehole since getting home from work friday night, doing the whole 'nothing's wrong' routine whilst only grunting answers, being ultra arsey and a general wanker.

Turns out he is pissed off that DS 1 went to a party fri night, that I fell asleep on sofa for a whole 10 mins fri night and that we didn't 'do anything' fri or sat (he got in at 5pm fri, DS1 had party, DS2 & 3 had rugby sat am, then we all went fireworks last night, which he says was crap, and my fault, even tho was his idea)

So I asked him what he had planned for us all this afternoon seeing as he wanted to 'do something'. He went off on one so I told him to bugger off out. He refused and then I went and did some washing or something equally exciting.

Thought it was a bit quiet and assumed he was in the shed. Took me about an hour to realise he'd gone.

So, AIBU grin

potplant Sun 07-Nov-10 13:52:22

Yes YABU. Pisses me right off when I storm off in a huff and DH doesn't notice.

Hedgeblunder Sun 07-Nov-10 13:53:45

Hahaha- no! Put your feet up and try not to snigger when he returns-
shame on you for not being on the fireworks committee and enforcing a better production though, and you could have made it less cold and drizzly, just selfish.

MmeLindt Sun 07-Nov-10 13:54:37

When he comes back, act as if you never noticed.

"Did you have a bath?"

offtopooatpaulshouse Sun 07-Nov-10 14:01:51

Ha he just got back so I very childishly ran upstairs and pretended to be folding washing so he's now in the loo, I think waiting for some big reaction (from me, not his bowels, I hope).

Look like he went to B& Q by the orange receipt on the side.

Think I should now email the local lions club or round table whoever it was to put myself on the fireworks commitee for next year to ensure a better produnction.

BTW I would make a fuss of him, pretend I cared etc if I thought it would bring his mood to an end, but from experience, it really won't work, so I shall carry on taking the piss!

Jellykat Sun 07-Nov-10 14:05:40

Aaah Bless.. Do you think he is coming down with a bad case of 'stroppyitus'?..

Does he look a little flushed? Are his footsteps stompy?.. grin

Hedgeblunder Sun 07-Nov-10 14:07:31

Ooh jellykat- stoppyitis if very very infectious.
OP-quarantine him immediately!! It can only be cures by ignoring and sniggering.

Dracschick Sun 07-Nov-10 14:09:31

Oh shit -dh just read over my shoulder and thinks it was me who initially posted.

I hadnt notuiced him strop out either grin.

Jellykat Sun 07-Nov-10 14:15:38

OMG.. It seems to be sweeping the nation.. my DS2 seems to have it too now!

His soup spoon just FELL OUT OF THE BOWL ONTO THE FLOOR!!!.. cue 250 swear words from his mouth and a slammed door!

Mummy will now have to eat all the soup herself now.. no point in wasting it eh?

offtopooatpaulshouse Sun 07-Nov-10 14:17:56

The good thing is, he's now doing DIY in an attempt to gain the moral high ground and being busy and productive whilst I and ot'internet.

Wonder what else he'll manage to accomplish whilst I sit on my arse all day?

PMSL dracschick!! Will he strop off again so you can not notice again?

ChaoticAngel Sun 07-Nov-10 14:22:53

lmao grin

ChippingIn Sun 07-Nov-10 14:24:24

You should have said 'Oh have you been out'?



Just as an aside - why is he pissed off with DS1 going to a party Friday night? I wont even ask why he's blaming you for the Fireworks not being great...

ApocalypseCheese Sun 07-Nov-10 14:30:17

That is bloody funny, I would take the dcs out for Sunday lunch in his absence wink

MadamDeathstare Sun 07-Nov-10 14:34:39

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wholelotofarse Sun 07-Nov-10 14:36:05

grin you say your DH goes to the shed is this his shed

BeenBeta Sun 07-Nov-10 14:42:03

Mmmm...... maybe he has had a tough week at work and was looking forward to a nice weekend with his family and it turned out it wasn't as good as he hoped so he is upset and it all boiled over?

Cup of tea, bit of a hug and agreeing the fireworks were a bit rubbish might be the way to go?

offtopooatpaulshouse Sun 07-Nov-10 14:48:47

Oh good now we have friends coming over that we don't see that often and have just pulled up. This will be a little uncomfortable!

FrozenChocolate Sun 07-Nov-10 15:13:52

Ha! There is a book by Anne Fine in which the main character's husband LEAVES HER and she doesn't notice for a day or two!

phipps Sun 07-Nov-10 16:10:15

YABU but so is he for acting like a child.

offtopooatpaulshouse Sun 07-Nov-10 16:54:39

Nah he doesn't do hug and make up. Much rather spoil the whole weekend for everyone and carry on til I apologise.

Just had, 'oh frozen pizza and chips for tea is it?'. Well yes seeing as that's what i'm putting in the oven and our friends have just left and small ones need to be in bed for 7!

He's been working very long hours, is very tired which is why he's in a foul mood. Will never admit this tho and it happens every time!

borderslass Sun 07-Nov-10 17:00:51

Just had, 'oh frozen pizza and chips for tea is it?'. Well yes seeing as that's what i'm putting in the oven and our friends have just left and small ones need to be in bed for 7!

Tell him to bloody grow up if he doesn't like it he should make it himself.

Dracschick Sun 07-Nov-10 17:03:44

My Dh has stropped off again since but then came back and id gone out grin so he 'fixed' the hoover.

ChippingIn Sun 07-Nov-10 19:51:07

Good luck!

II'd have put him under the veggie patch by now. I can't be done with men acting like kids.

BrainMash Sun 07-Nov-10 19:58:09

Must be the weekend for grown men behaving like children. My DH has been a complete tosser this afternoon. He was sulking because I was doing something that didn't revolve around him and he wanted to watch the Grand Prix without any teenagers about - even though they are HIS teenagers too!

I wish he'd go out and sulk so I didn't have to look at his miserable face (complete with cat bum mouth).

jinnyandshantih Sun 07-Nov-10 20:02:52

Stroppy dh here too!

Nice to know we are not alone!

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