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To expect not to be tarred with the same brush as his work collegues?

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TheHedgeWitch Mon 14-Jul-08 22:15:11

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elmoandella Mon 14-Jul-08 22:21:26

have you done anything with him since he got in from work?

has he mentionned these colleges to you before? or is this all just spilled out tonight?

edam Mon 14-Jul-08 22:22:44

No, he shouldn't. Pig.

NumberJill Mon 14-Jul-08 22:23:25

How about when he speaks to you like that again, get up and walk out? I mean out. Out of the house.

It's not acceptable for him to come in and tear strips off you. He needs to remedy the work situation, not find a scapegoat.

TheHedgeWitch Mon 14-Jul-08 22:33:07

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elmoandella Mon 14-Jul-08 22:39:47

his time of the month?

TheHedgeWitch Mon 14-Jul-08 22:50:39

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elmoandella Mon 14-Jul-08 22:55:45

grin works for me.

TheHedgeWitch Mon 14-Jul-08 23:02:54

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Bowddee Mon 14-Jul-08 23:10:50

Clean the sink with his toothbrush.

Thankyouandgoodnight Tue 15-Jul-08 09:00:08

I agree with you BUT - my DH often doesn't answer questions and I'm left standing there like a lemon waiting for the answer and it drives me insane as I am never sure if he actually heard me and if I assume he didn't I get accused of not giving him enough time to answer. A gesture to show that you've heard but need one second, or a quick 'hang on lovely', goes along way.

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