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To think I HAD asked for tea

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Peopleplease Wed 01-Mar-17 19:39:43

DH is awesome and has just cooked dinner so this isn't a LTB thread. Just curious -

I have a cold, nothing major just headache, stuffed nose, sensitive skin & coughing my guts up. DH asked me if I wanted a Lemsip, I said I'd prefer tea and then I left the kitchen as 9 week old DD was crying. After a little while no tea was forthcoming.

I went back into the kitchen and DH was doing the washing up so I made my own tea. I said, with a smile, that I didn't realise he objected to making tea (or something like that, I wasn't snappy) and he replied 'well you should have said 'can you make me tea'. I kinda thought I HAD, with the whole I'd prefer tea comment.

So AIBU to have thought he was going to make me tea??

Stiddleficks Wed 01-Mar-17 19:41:33

YANBU though my dh takes things quite literally and would have thought if I wanted tea instead I would make it myself or ask him outright so I sympathise.

Stiddleficks Wed 01-Mar-17 19:41:54

And congratulations on the baby flowers

iwannapuppy Wed 01-Mar-17 19:42:07

Men are stupid. You need to spell it out. YANBU but that's from a woman's point of view.

Diel Wed 01-Mar-17 19:42:09

Nope, I'd take this as a request for tea. Easy to cross wires though. Gett well soon!

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