I have misophonia. My husband chews gum to avoid snacking. We are currently sharing an office.
— Ramsey Hootman (@RamseyHootman) May 8, 2020
Hubby does not reset microwave after stopping it before countdown is finished so when I look over for the time, the “clock” is incorrect. Also don’t get me started on the toilet seat.
— Kate Sanford (@_editorKate) May 7, 2020
forest of water glasses on the nightstand
— Rebecca Frank (@frankrebecca) May 7, 2020
I had to put a ban on pistachios in the house because if I hear another *crack crack crunch,* I’m going to lose my mind. https://t.co/JIb4nucOJC
— Kimberly AH 🥃📬📚🌸 (@adamihasegawa) May 7, 2020
I feel like he’s sneezing extra loud on purpose
— Kristin Wong (@thewildwong) May 7, 2020
My husband sliced up a lemon for no reason. He had no intentions with it. Why god? Why?
— Penelope C: ARTIST (@constant_sunset) May 7, 2020
He loads the dishwasher incorrectly. I apologize for the cliché, but it’s true.
— T2Va (@T2Va) May 7, 2020
leaves drinkware around the house, 17% full, so collecting them all at once is a perpetual spill hazard
— Tom (@WickertTom1) May 7, 2020
No one in my house (except me) seems to be capable of putting dishes in the dishwasher or answering the phone. Apparently, one requires two X chromosomes to accomplish these high-skill tasks.
— MmeDF (@MmeDefargeKnits) May 7, 2020
Chewing. For some reason his jaws tapping together is louder than cymbals crashing and I can hear it through my headphones. He will look up from his dish to find me trying to glare at him hard enough he bursts into flames. Otherwise he’s a great guy!
— Phoebe Lett (@phoebelett) May 7, 2020