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Argh, they're doing my head in!!

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Alambil Mon 06-Jun-11 20:51:52

Give me strength!

EVERY time my sister or her husband refer to each other, it's by the use of "wife" or "husband"

I would go INSANE if I was only referred to as "wife"!!!

Doesn't bother her though - she likes it. I think it gives her purpose or something.... <sofa psych>

I know it's not my life, but REALLY! It gets damned annoying whenever we socialise / speak / text / facebook!

horriblemotheragain Mon 06-Jun-11 20:53:32

Is it just a phase they're going through, that they think it's funny, or have they always done this? sounds weird to me!

katvond Mon 06-Jun-11 20:53:37

Want me to come round and slap them for you, 1st slap is free ;)

katvond Mon 06-Jun-11 20:54:06

Are they nutty newly weds?

Thingumy Mon 06-Jun-11 20:54:35

dh sometimes calls me 'mother' -he does it to wind me up angry.

Would do my nut in too but then I have low tolerance for cutey lovey dovey shit.

Alambil Mon 06-Jun-11 20:55:53

they have always done it - girlfriend to fiance, to wife.

8 months they've been married - were together about a year before.

<driven deeeeeemented!>

troisgarcons Mon 06-Jun-11 20:55:56

Almost as bad as DP DH DS DD ILS etc etc

ledkr Mon 06-Jun-11 20:58:13

dh gets annoyed when grown men at work talk in baby voices to their oh's.Theres nought so queer as folk grin

Alambil Mon 06-Jun-11 21:06:30

oh they do that too. Constantly; whiney, high pitched, pukey.




ledkr Mon 06-Jun-11 21:17:03

haha dh is acopper too,big burly deep voiced coppers who then ring gf and say "helooooo, how are woo?"

LordOfTheFlies Mon 06-Jun-11 21:19:48

DH calls me "Breadknife"
(Made up Cockney rhyming slang) courtesy of Mark and Lard-remember them?

takethisonehereforastart Mon 06-Jun-11 21:24:59

My aunt and her husband were married the year before I married my DH.

At our wedding they called each other "person" and kissed each other every single time they said it.

Imagine "would you like another drink person" [kiss] "yes please person" [kiss]

Or "I've missed you my person" [kiss] "I've missed you too person" [kiss] said when one or the other of them went more than ten steps away and all said in a baby voice.

There was a moment when we cut the cake that I seriously considered taking the knife to one of them instead. "Remember this from our wedding person" [kiss]. Aaaaagggghhhh!


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