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To f**ing HATE this

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soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:04:04

Probably irrational but I want to scream.
My Husband has acquired the habit of holding his cheek towards me, insipidly, as though to demand a "peck on the cheek" when he goes out .
I just want to tell him to frig off. If he wants a bloody kiss, he can make some goddam effort.

I CANNOT believe how much this pisses me off.

soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:04:40

I should add I am 5 ft 1 and he is 6 ft so its a tip toes procedure for me too!

Flamingo1980 Sat 13-Aug-16 11:09:00

what do you do when he does this?

Quietlygoingmad67 Sat 13-Aug-16 11:10:11

Have you told him to stop? Do you still kiss the offered cheek?

soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:11:19

Occasionally a weak kiss and mostly telling him to stop . So annoying.

soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:12:46

I am going the full rejection from now. I cant believe how much it winds me up. Would this annoy others or have I finally lost it?

heknowsmysinsheseesmysoul Sat 13-Aug-16 11:15:50

No this wouldn't make me angry at all. Something else must be going on surely?

DanglyEarOrnaments Sat 13-Aug-16 11:15:58

Is it because it has some connotations that he views you as 'the little wife' soy ?

ElspethFlashman Sat 13-Aug-16 11:16:16

Well, what do you do when his highness proffers the royal cheek?

My sister did this for a while. I honestly don't think she realised she was doing it. She soon bloody realised though when eventually I told her off in no uncertain terms.

There are few things more aggravating than being presented with someone's cheek as they literally look over your shoulder. They may as well offer their hand for you to bow over!

So we had WORDS and now she makes an effort. But she still slides back every now and again and I stop dead in my tracks and point it out.

Skittlesss Sat 13-Aug-16 11:16:50

Why doesn't he just lean down and give you a kiss on the lips?

Lweji Sat 13-Aug-16 11:19:03

Is it because it has some connotations that he views you as 'the little wife' soy ?

It feels "entitled", as if you owe him something.

soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:19:13

Damn right skittlesss

soyvanillalatte Sat 13-Aug-16 11:20:26

Yep, he can knock it off right now. I am not crazy, this is really annoying.

Pearlman Sat 13-Aug-16 11:20:49

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

CashelGirl Sat 13-Aug-16 11:28:09

Lick it. A proper wet slobbery lick, like a puppy. He'll soon stop.

Salmotrutta Sat 13-Aug-16 11:28:22

You are not irrational - this would wind me up too!

You could try holding a piece of wet fish behind your back and slap him with it next time.

acasualobserver Sat 13-Aug-16 11:29:25

Start giving him a few slobbery licks instead. He'll soon get the message.

acasualobserver Sat 13-Aug-16 11:30:32

Beat me to it Cashel!

Lweji Sat 13-Aug-16 11:31:18

Or a friendly pat with your hand.

Bahhhhhumbug Sat 13-Aug-16 11:35:06

Land a punch on it instead........that'll learn 'im grin

pensivepolly Sat 13-Aug-16 11:39:09

I like Lweji's suggestion - a nice "there, there" kind of pat would probably get your message across

mrsfuzzy Sat 13-Aug-16 11:43:20

i'd ignore the cheek and not kiss, what a twonk.

JeanGenie23 Sat 13-Aug-16 11:44:27

I would blow a big raspberry on his face blush

balls2DWall Sat 13-Aug-16 11:46:21

dp has a habit of saying "good girl" when he asks me something. "did you manage to get to post that letter for me?" ... yes ... "good girl". FUCK OFF!!! lol

RichardBucket Sat 13-Aug-16 11:48:42

I don't get this at all. I used to do it to my husband and it wasn't because I felt entitled or anything of the sort. confused

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