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Rant thread. nothing interesting here. Just Moaning.

(11 Posts)
Fuckduckcluck Sun 17-Jan-16 19:08:38

I am so sick of sitting next to a sleeping man on the sofa. Instead if the man who used to talk to me.

He will not go to fucking bed. He has a cough. I have needs.... angry

I'm left at home with the kids to do the housework, cook, other wifey things stuff. Whist he goes out to do things with friends.

I'm just really fucked off today.

Fucked off with the lot.

Will be back later to play fallout, no doubt.

And eat the brownies.

Fuck. angryangryangryangryangryangryangryangryangry

Bobblehat10 Sun 17-Jan-16 19:18:00

So what are you going to do about it. No point ranting and not doing.

Robotgirl Sun 17-Jan-16 19:23:21

Hope writing that down is helping OP. He sounds selfish & you sound like you're exhausted, overwhelmed & pissed off. Time to make some changes?

abbsismyhero Sun 17-Jan-16 20:03:54

first of all hide the brownies wine

charleneralston26 Sun 17-Jan-16 20:16:07

this sounds like my ex tbh!
would be on ipad constantly playing stupid games even in bed!
I dealt with our son and he house even if he was off work or when I came home from work!
sorry to say it but my oh walked out 2 weeks ago! you need to speak to him and be honest in how you felt if I had I probably wouldn't be 32 weeks pregnant and moving out of the family home because I would have found out he had been unhappy for months!
sending you hugs I know the feeling xx

Imbroglio Sun 17-Jan-16 22:13:51

As a starting point, make arrangements to go out yourself. Life always feels better when you have something to look forward to.

It sounds like he takes you far too much for granted.

Fuckduckcluck Mon 18-Jan-16 00:10:20

Hi, thanks for the replies.

Bobble, I am going to bed and will be bringing up my concerns in a calmer manner in the morning.

Robot it helped, just needed to get it out to stop it spinning round and round in my head.

Abb I ate all some of the brownies with somewineonce the DDs had gone up. They were yummy and knowing he wanted one made them all the more satisfying.

Charlene so sorry to hear about your current situation. Am speaking to him when I get up so hopefully I can at least get him to see it from my PoV.

Imbroglio I think a lot of my problem is that I don't know many people and can be quite shy so don't have many friends, and none of them live anywhere close irl. Am thinking about starting a course or class or something, maybe some cake decorating. I love cake.

Anyway off to bed I go.

Thanks again for the advice, and for listening/reading during crazy hour. thanks

abbsismyhero Mon 18-Jan-16 00:16:40


Bluecarrot Mon 18-Jan-16 01:33:32

I just organised a family event for 50 people entirely on my own, just like I organised Christmas entirely on my own, and daughters birthday.... He literally watched TV fur two days straight with his visiting brother, giving our toddler the phone to watch.
I didn't sit down for 13 hours yesterday, and it's been taking every spare minute for 3 days. I asked him to tidy house as we would have some people back to our house after. He washed a few dishes. Rest was a hideously embarrassing mess (my neglect dues to busyness, and lack of toddler supervision were main causes)

Today was the event. I was incredibly stressed. He did f all. Didnt even say "well done" I hated him.

Then the bastard hugged me and I completely forgot to be mad at him. Twat.

Imbroglio Mon 18-Jan-16 08:22:17

A class sounds good. Also exercise class if that floats your boat.

And don't rule out going to the cinema/theatre by yourself - I quite like doing this!

Bobblehat10 Mon 18-Jan-16 08:44:05

Some sort of sport on a Tuesday and a Thursday sounds just about right, with some other regular social activity involving other people on the weekend. That should sort most things. (including the brownies)
Well done on going to bed. I always overreact when tired, and would have killed (him) someone by now.

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