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To be plotting cruel and unusual punishments for (D)H??

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MrsRandom78 Sun 07-Apr-13 03:22:28

Rolled home at midnight having had a skinful at a work do. Appeared in the bedroom in the buff after being told to sleep on sofa, had to be sent back out to walk dog (who I assume is sleeping safely downstairs but could just as easily have been set free to wander the streets!). Came back, repeatedly woke me and DD (who sleeps in our room) with his drunken snores - impossible to get him to roll over/wake up. Finally got to sleep about 2am and have just been rudely awakened again by him falling off the bed then trying to crawl over it and nearly peeing on bedroom floor!! I could throttle him, I really could!

KatyTheCleaningLady Sun 07-Apr-13 03:24:44

Bide your time.

Make lots of noise in the morning.

AgentZigzag Sun 07-Apr-13 03:36:05

Apart from him rolling off the bed making me laugh at him deserving it for being such a daft twat grin he's a daft twat to get into such a state that he's upsetting you both so much.

Does he normally have so little control over his drinking?

If it's out of the ordinary for him I'd just plot my revenge by thinking of things you hate people doing when you've got the mother of all hangovers.

If it's a frequent thing then you have to decide at what point has he gone a step too far and start some plain talking on what you're going to do if he continues to behave so selfishly.

Or you could just mean this in a lighthearted way and I've been a bit OTT grin (If it didn't reflect on me for putting up with such an idiot or I didn't have any shame in involving other people in airing my dirty laundry, I'd be tempted to have taken pictures of him on the floor after he'd fallen off and posted them on fb grin)

MrsRandom78 Sun 07-Apr-13 07:37:42

And now he's woken DD early by stomping off for some water, she's now lying on my head and he's gone back to sleep again!!! Am tempted to pour the sodding water all over him.

wannabedomesticgoddess Sun 07-Apr-13 07:41:52

Buy a drum kit.

Tee2072 Sun 07-Apr-13 08:10:34

Do it. Pour water on him. Hand him baby. Go back to sleep.

edwardsmum11 Sun 07-Apr-13 08:36:46

Hoover in the same room as him in the morning.

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