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DH really embarrassed me earlier

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LeatherOnLeather Thu 05-Feb-09 22:23:59

We were invited around to friends for dinner tonight. They got the wii out and we had a play around on some of their party games. We were having a really good laugh. Then when it was my turn I was doing this ski jump thing where you have to bend down and DH shouted "OPEN YOUR LEGS!" but in a really rough 'docker' type voice. Everyone was in hysterics, one was actually having trouble beathing and had to leave the room she was laughing so much and DH just kept repeating it over and over again. I tried to ignore him, laugh along and carry on with the game but I felt like everyone was laughing at me.

I didn't cause a scene there but I'm really annoyed with him. he says I'm being unreasonable and childish. Wouldn't you lot react the same way or am I making a big deal out of nothing?

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 22:51:50

Hilarious SM.
Someone more sour than moi.

Wiis are bloody sad thoguh aren't thry.
If my social life consisted of pretending to ski i someone's living room i would slit my wrists.

ScottishMummy Thu 05-Feb-09 22:52:23

well not standard instructions:husband shouts porno instructions,and you comply.friends dissolve laughing

ScottishMummy Thu 05-Feb-09 22:52:26

well not standard instructions:husband shouts porno instructions,and you comply.friends dissolve laughing

oliviasmama Thu 05-Feb-09 22:54:06

Uh oh - this threads all going a bit wrong.

Keep it in perspective - it's all a bit of a laugh isn't it.

ScottishMummy Thu 05-Feb-09 22:55:32

i have more bonhomie than pretending to ski in my friend's lounge.what next virtual knitting?extreme ironing

girlandboy Thu 05-Feb-09 22:58:52

Well I enjoy playing tennis in my lounge.

And I'm absolutely fab at cow racing.wink

OP - I think you should have come back at your dh with a witty riposte! Don't take it too personally. He made a joke, but didn't know when to stop. I should just let it go, it's not worth getting upset over.

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 22:59:21

Bonhomie SM?!
You wouldn't know the meaning of the word! grin

MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:01:11

ROFL at suwoo "I won't be opening my legs for you tonight, knobhead"

girlandboy Thu 05-Feb-09 23:02:09

Bonhomie definition - A pleasant and affable disposition; geniality

Don't really understand SM's sentence.......hmm

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 23:02:55


MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:03:24

and ROFL at moondog "If my social life consisted of pretending to ski i someone's living room i would slit my wrists."

TheYearOfTheCat Thu 05-Feb-09 23:08:36

SM - snurk.

(SM's no 1 fan here) (not in a scary Kathy Bates Misery way though)

girlandboy Thu 05-Feb-09 23:09:27

Cow racing in my lounge is far preferable to real life cow racing in a snowy field!wink

tiredsville Thu 05-Feb-09 23:09:54

Yes I cackled at moondog's comment too, but like girlandboy am partial to a spot of tennis in the lounge.

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 23:10:31

cow racing????

Fuck me.


Don't you have something more useful to do with your time?

tiredsville Thu 05-Feb-09 23:12:09

Ok, now moondog is not funny.

girlandboy Thu 05-Feb-09 23:12:13


MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:13:18

I'm very pleased that we don't have a farking wii

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 23:15:50

It's nowt but that antiquated habit formerly known as 'talking' when the Moondogs have friends call by.

MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:17:10

TBH I'd be horrified if I went round to a mate's house for alcohol and talk and was expected to race cows ont telly <purses lips>

WideWebWitch Thu 05-Feb-09 23:18:28

lol at Moondog's indignation.

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 23:19:06

So would I.
I am still recovering from the fact that the last time I went to one of my friend's houses for dinner, we had to stop and watch final of some Goddawful SAndrew Lloyd Webber thing to find a Nancy.

Unbelievable. Like I give a shit.

MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:19:57

God thats dreadful

moondog Thu 05-Feb-09 23:20:31

So was the wine.

MamaG Thu 05-Feb-09 23:22:20


<<makes note NEVER to invite moondog round due to cheap box of wine in pantry>>

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