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AIBU to think that if I purchase myself a delicious and fatty treat

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SecretSantaaaaaa Tue 12-Jun-18 12:35:21

I should expect it find it still in the fridge when I return home?!

I had been looking forward to it all day but DP ate mine. I had bought 2 , one for us each. DP had theirs Sunday night and scoffed mine last night before I had got home and cooked us dinner!

I think I overreacted (telling them not to bother apologising as its clearly empy words given that this isn't the first time it's happened) and now I feel bad.

I don't ask for much after a long hard day!!

Anyone else's partner a greedy, selfish bastard? grin

(This is kind of light hearted, I love DP really)

SecretSantaaaaaa Tue 12-Jun-18 12:35:43

*expect to


gracielacey Tue 12-Jun-18 12:36:39


Caribou58 Tue 12-Jun-18 12:36:41

Ooh, it's Ross's sandwich all over again!

ZeroFuchsGiven Tue 12-Jun-18 12:37:49

I need to know what it was before making a decision if YABU or not!

Please and thank you grin

DisgraceToTheYChromosome Tue 12-Jun-18 12:39:07

Kill them. Kill them with FIRE.

LeighaJ Tue 12-Jun-18 12:39:33




Storm4star Tue 12-Jun-18 12:39:42

I know you're being lighthearted but I'd actually see that as quite disrespectful. I have two adult children and if I had something in the fridge and they fancied it they would always come and ask first, they wouldn't just take it (and if I said no I'm saving it, they'd be fine with that). Its common courtesy. I wouldn't have been cooking his dinner for him that night if it were me!

SleepingStandingUp Tue 12-Jun-18 12:39:54

Nah, I'd be most aggrieved too. He won't stayed munching the chocolate out my chocolate box and got told to bog off and buy his own if he wanted some!!
Especially as you bought him one and he then ate yours

60sname Tue 12-Jun-18 12:40:03

Ooh that would make me see red!

She is clearly a greedy bastard. (Or bustard as my phone would have it).

Oysterbabe Tue 12-Jun-18 12:40:38

Patio the bastard.

ifigoup Tue 12-Jun-18 12:40:38

You’re not unreasonable. My husband has done similar, and it’s just pure greed and selfishness.

IHaveBrilloHair Tue 12-Jun-18 12:40:50

Tell him you'd spat on it

NeverTooOldForAnything Tue 12-Jun-18 12:41:18

Your DP was totally out of order!

Ltb. Now.

DragonsAndCakes Tue 12-Jun-18 12:41:32

I’m imagining a cream cake. If so I’d be very unhappy if someone pinched it.

NoProbLlama78 Tue 12-Jun-18 12:41:37

Its worse because you had one each. Send DP to the shop

Flowerpotbicycle Tue 12-Jun-18 12:42:13

Get mini penguin bollards for the fridge

LongNLean Tue 12-Jun-18 12:42:52

What was it? And yes ltb

Theweasleytwins Tue 12-Jun-18 12:43:58

He needs to buy you at least two to make it up to you

carringtonm Tue 12-Jun-18 12:46:07

See I agree with PPs that this is actually basic disrespect! Your DP is happy to have two of something while you get none, assumably knowing that you had bought one for each of you. Their wants seem to be more important than yours and I would be really irritated by this.

cherrytree63 Tue 12-Jun-18 12:49:01

I was having hand surgery a few years back and stocked up on some one handed easy micro meals for when I was home alone.
All eaten by DP.
I had major surgery, at the pre op I was given two high energy drinks for early on the morning of my op. Went to fridge, one was gone. DP said he didn't know they were mine (what sort of logic would make him think they were his?), drank one but it was disgusting so left the other.
When I came out of hospital (double mastectomy and reconstruction) he kicked off because I asked him to leave me a sandwich and flask of tea (I couldn't go in the kitchen as my dogs would have been all over me and I was worried they'd catch my scars). I got the fruit bowl and a glass of water plonked next to me.
At Christmas when I had family coming I bought a huge quiche and said that would do for Christmas Eve, when I got it out of the fridge he'd eaten half. At that point I had to lock myself in the loo and cry!

SecretSantaaaaaa Tue 12-Jun-18 12:49:49

A chocolate eclair from local bakery so it was very naice

SecretSantaaaaaa Tue 12-Jun-18 12:50:38


Are you still with him?!

DarlingNikita Tue 12-Jun-18 12:52:48

That's appalling! You'd bought your DP one too, so there's not even any excuse for stealing yours. And I say that as an eclair fiend.

LTB, basically.

MrsTommyBanks Tue 12-Jun-18 12:53:36

I hope he's an ex cherrytree. He sounds like a complete knob head.

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