D's favorite thing to do is point his finger upward and proclaim, "Idiot husband!" when a commercial like so has played. I don't know how I never noticed, but it's 100% true.
Have any of you ever noticed this?
So what's the answer? Are husbands really that dumb? OR...do they just have a different perspective. Ever heard of what's called the naggy wife. Of course you have. Well, I think every wife is a naggy wife. At least that's what a TV show I watched the other day said. And maybe I like to think that to make myself feel a little bit better about the nagging I may throw out. "Wipe the pee of the seat", "Put the toilet seat down", "You're dropping crumbs", "Don't leave your dirty clothes on the ground", "Take your shoes off", "Dry off before getting out of the shower", "Put your dirty dishes in the dishwasher", "Fart in the other room", the list goes on, right? I have a feeling a lot of these sound familiar to a lot of you.
But are these things really important? Do they really matter? In the moment, yes. But I have thought before that I would miss his dirty socks on the ground if he weren't around. I would long for the seat to be left up. Sounds crazy, but it's true. Because all of these things mean that we're here, together. We're married. We're human. We're not perfect.
So what is the right answer? Well, I don't think there is a right or wrong answer. I believe that men and women have different perspectives and have a hard time understanding each other's when it comes to these things, but in the end, these things are not important.
Honey, this doesn't mean you can leave your dirty socks on the floor tonight. :)
Since moving to New York, we've become passionate about food and restaurants. We love
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