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GoldenSnitch Wed 05-Aug-09 21:36:52

Am currently laughing at DH who is running round the house trying to get his stuff together to go to Berlin tomorrow. He's going with a load of his mates to the Beer Festival - they go every year.

I'm laughing because I've spent the last 2 days asking him if there is anything he needs me to wash, buy, order, borrow before he goes.

Every time I asked, he has ignored me or muttered "No".

Tonight, he's found t-shirts he needs hidden in the bottom of his wardrobe (his use of the wardrobe as a wash basket/slightly worn clothes store is another sore subject but we won't go there now) after I have spent all day doing all the washing in the house so thet he would have his entire wardrobe to choose from to take with him even though our 2 year old has a virus and is poorly and I am 19 weeks pregnant and knackered.

He's decided he needs contact lenses but had left it too late to order any. Only takes 24 hours to have them delivered!

He has decided he needs a padlock for his bag with 2 keys in case he loses one but we can't find one in the house.

He's also decided that he wants to go shopping in the morning to buy new trainers but as he refused to check with his mate what time he was being picked up in the morning, he only found out an hour ago that they're leaving at 9.30am and he won't have time. Good job I went to get his Euro's yesterday else he'd be totally screwed!

I tried really hard to make sure that he didn't need to scrabble and panic tonight. He refused to co-operate so now he's running round like a headless chicken and I am laughing at him. He brought it all upon himself after all grin


ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Wed 05-Aug-09 21:38:38

silly unappreciative bugger

LadyPinkofPinkerton Wed 05-Aug-09 21:43:02

YANBU grin

Wallace Wed 05-Aug-09 21:43:26

ha ha grin I'm laiughing too grin

You are married to my dh btw!

GoldenSnitch Wed 05-Aug-09 21:44:34

Ah good. I was beginning to worry I was being a bit vindictive.

jemart Wed 05-Aug-09 21:49:43

Laughing at DH ineptitude is a default setting surely?

monkeypinkmonkey Wed 05-Aug-09 21:50:33

yanbu i would doing the same finding it very hard not to say... well i did ask!

SixtyFootDoll Wed 05-Aug-09 21:51:58

sounds like my DH
HAard not to be smug in the circumstancees

JackBauer Wed 05-Aug-09 21:53:09


GoldenSnitch Wed 05-Aug-09 21:57:24

I'm afraid I did say that monkey. He was getting very grumpy cause I refused to help him use the washing machine (which is in the kitchen beneath poorly DS's bedroom) to wash a single T-shirt he had found in the bottom of his wardrobe and absolutely had to have!

He's had 2 days to find it out and put it in the wash basket and if he didn't keep putting clothes in there then this wouldn't have happened cause it would have been hung up and good to wear or washed. It's his fault its stinking in the bottom of his wardrobe! Plus, he has hundreds of blinking t-shirts!

GoldenSnitch Wed 05-Aug-09 22:31:59

I forsee another good giggle in the morning too as he's given up packing and is now engrossed in some stupid racing game on the PC!! hmm

Me and DS are supposed to be driving him to pick up one mate and drop him at anothers by 9.30 in the morning!!!

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