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About my husband this morning?

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WanderWomble Sun 21-Jun-15 11:53:18

For the first time in a long while, I had a morning where I could have a sleep in. Hubby was going off to play golf with his friends and my daughter was at a friend's.

Hubby got up at 6:30 to shower and get ready. (It's a couple of hours drive to the golf course they wanted to use and they were going for breakfast first.) He then stomped about the bedroom, yanked the (blackout) curtains open and generally made as much noise as he could. When I pointed out that he was being an arse, he said 'you're normally up by now anyway!' He'd disturbed me so much that even after he left the room I was wide awake and couldn't nod off again.

AIBU to be annoyed with him? The whole point of having a nice snooze was because I do generally get up early every day!

Nolim Sun 21-Jun-15 11:55:41

Yanbu

CalleighDoodle Sun 21-Jun-15 11:56:32

Yes thats the point! You are usually up by this point so wanted a lie in! What an arse

gallicgirl Sun 21-Jun-15 11:56:39

YANBU but generally you do have to point out the obvious. Men can't mindread and you should have told him last night you wanted a lie-in.

WanderWomble Sun 21-Jun-15 12:04:03

He knew I wanted a lie in!

babyboomersrock Sun 21-Jun-15 12:09:38

generally you do have to point out the obvious. Men can't mindread and you should have told him last night you wanted a lie-in

Really? Poor men, unable to think for themselves. However do any of them manage to hold down jobs which require creative thinking or planning?

He sounds unkind and utterly self-centred, OP. It's nothing to do with being a man - you're just unlucky. I wouldn't put up with that sort of behaviour from a child, let alone another adult.

babyboomersrock Sun 21-Jun-15 12:11:01

"how"...not "however" - sorry.

SEsofty Sun 21-Jun-15 12:12:21

Maybe he was upset that you hadn't organised a surprise for fathers day..

Pantah630 Sun 21-Jun-15 12:14:13

What does he do for you on Mothers Day? Maybe, just maybe, he thought you might make a fuss of him before he went out for the day, alternatively he may just be an arse and ynbu grin

WanderWomble Sun 21-Jun-15 12:15:01

We're meeting up tonight to go for a meal in his favourite restaurant.

CainInThePunting Sun 21-Jun-15 12:15:21

Add it to the list and plan your revenge...

Sabotage his golf clubs...
Smear deep heat in the crotch of his golfing trews...
Phone the club and cancel his membership...

grin

whois Sun 21-Jun-15 12:15:29

What a twat. Anyone who opens the curtains when they are getting up first is not a kind person. We have a 'clothes ready the night before' rule here!

reni1 Sun 21-Jun-15 12:16:49

Coffee in bed at whatever time he wants to get up on father's day, surely? Snooze afterwards.

CalleighDoodle Sun 21-Jun-15 12:21:12

Deep heat grin

AuntyMag10 Sun 21-Jun-15 12:21:12

I think it would have been nice for you to have done something for Father's Day for him.

WanderWomble Sun 21-Jun-15 12:30:26

Again, we're meeting up later to go for a meal. He's not really big on cards/fuss!

answersonapostcardplease Sun 21-Jun-15 12:32:16

What is it with people? Of course hes BU. afternoon snooze?

Whatdoesaduckdo Sun 21-Jun-15 12:33:55

Fathers Day you are joking

Womble is not his daughter so why should she do anything for Father's Day, they are going out for a meal later so he was just being an inconsiderate arse this morning

Silvercatowner Sun 21-Jun-15 12:34:27

If you have a lie-in booked and your husband needs to get up then you need to sleep elsewhere to preserve the lie-in.

Ladymoods Sun 21-Jun-15 12:38:32

Are people really justifying him being an arse because the op didn't get up early and make him a coffee on the one chance she has for a lie in? As he's off playing golf all day I guess he's not all that bothered about Father's Day anyway (op also says he doesn't like fuss).

WanderWomble Sun 21-Jun-15 12:41:07

I should sleep somewhere else?

haveabreakhaveakitkat Sun 21-Jun-15 12:44:22

YANBU

Ohfourfoxache Sun 21-Jun-15 12:49:00

Erm, why the actual fuck SHOULD op sleep elsewhere just to avoid him being an arse?

MrsTrelis Sun 21-Jun-15 12:50:36

I agree with Ladymoods. OP isn't his daughter, the daughter (who I'm making an assumption is DH's although may well not be) is at a friends.

OP YANBU, but your DH is.

DancingDinosaur Sun 21-Jun-15 12:52:07

He's an arse op. No you shouldn't sleep somewhere else or make him coffee on fathers day. You are not a 1950's housewife. He is a selfish arse.

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