Watching a programme on TV where a slightly overweight girl was bemoaning her weight in comparison to her friends who are all extremely slim. H turns to me and says 'I wish you were as fat as that' (I am overweight but had just returned from my 4th spin class this week as I'm making a concerted effort to lose weight, he is also quite overweight) the inference being that I am WAY fatter than her. I told him to fuck off and he started shouting at me because he couldn't understand why I would take offence. This is a snapshot of our 'relationship' but I'm starting to doubt myself as he has a way of twisting things to make me feel like I'm at fault.
Next time a slimmer fella is on TV say the same thing. "Oh I wish you were as buddy as that..." And see how he likes it. <--- You probably shouldn't do that but I'm quite sensitive about my own weight. My DH knows this and wouldn't dare say anything like that. Well done for trying to lose weight and do not let this put you off
If this is a snapshot of your relationship then you know he's a knob. Why are you wasting energy getting upset? Channel your anger and use it as a catalyst to change the fact that you are married to a knob.
Watching tv together can raise a hotbed of issues. My partner always comments on the strictly dancers and I get really hacked off. He also commented the other day on someone's awful nails on the tv I bite my nails and hate the habit but felt he was making a dig. I have to watch myself as get so sensitive I start questioning everything he comments on as a personal thing. Once he commented on someone's ugg boots. I said how do you know anything about ugg boots youre a man. He said girl in the office had them on. I remember thinking he doesn't even notice what I wear so made me feel crap. The point is we often react in different ways depending on how insecure we feel at the time so maybe he just said a one off comment .Does he constantly make digs at you?