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I swear i'm going to kill him.

(16 Posts)
TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 18:01:09

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TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 18:08:13

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TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 18:36:19

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Lauriefairycake Mon 01-Sep-08 18:38:53

lots of sympathy

but I aint holding the shovel..... grin

don't entertain discussion about what you did or did not do, just look at him, smile and say "Thank-you, I have had a lovely day, hope you have to".

Say it a lot and nothing else. He will soon get hint.

limecrush Mon 01-Sep-08 18:39:12

I will Hedge. Sounds foul.

How much longer can you put up with it tbh?

forevercleaning Mon 01-Sep-08 18:42:24

Oodles of sympathy from over here. what a wanker, proceed immeidately to the bathroom and clean the toilet with his toothbrush, followed by a dash of chilli in his underpants!

Dior Mon 01-Sep-08 18:42:43

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Moomin Mon 01-Sep-08 18:43:54

How do you usually respond when he spouts this nonsense?

TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 18:45:19

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TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 18:47:31

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limecrush Mon 01-Sep-08 18:49:37

Good that he apologised Hedge, but like you I'd still be fuming. Especially if you know it could well happen again soon!

Moomin Mon 01-Sep-08 18:56:53

He needs a few days in a row running the house to his exacting standards whilst looking after your ds at the same time whilst you have a few days of peace. He'll soon shut up.

LoveMyGirls Mon 01-Sep-08 18:59:42

I'd bugger off out for a weekend leaving him with ds1 and see how much and how well it's been done making sure he'd also spent some time with ds.

TheHedgeWitch Mon 01-Sep-08 19:10:33

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Portofino Mon 01-Sep-08 19:14:56

LOL THW - this is exactly what my DH would do. He comes home occasionally in a bad mood and starts cleaning things and muttering a lot. It used to make me feel awful, like I was slacking in some way, but I work full time too and do lots more round the house - I just ignore him now and wait til he's calmed down...

susia Tue 02-Sep-08 00:11:06

Isn't this how women usually behave though?! Most friends of mine always complain about how their partner does things e.g. leaves the house in a mess when they are looking after the kids, not drying up, multi-tasking etc.

I'm a single parent so don't have this issue but have thought that it must be really annoying/insulting to always be told what to do/how to do it by your partner.

Yours is the same situation in reverse.

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