I leave drinking vessels, half full, all over. He leaves cabinets and drawers open.
— Sarah Orsborn (@erniebufflo) May 7, 2020
ahhhh – the 50% laundry commitment. Into the washer and STOP. That is not doing a load of laundry. That is a single step in completing a load of laundry. And I am right!!!!
— It’s Working Project (@itsworkingproj) May 7, 2020
Finally, the best: my wife won’t remove a spent toilet paper roll. Instead, she’ll force a new one onto the roll hanger, smashing the spent cardboard. Who does this? I mean, how hard is it to throw the old cardboard roll away. Wtf???
— Andrew Dolph (@andrewdolph) May 7, 2020
He puts his dishes NEXT to the empty sink. I just don’t get it!
— Jessica (@Jessica718784) May 7, 2020
Cheese slice wrappers. He loves a grilled cheese with the ol’ Kraft singles, but he is incapable of throwing away the wrapper.
(Admittedly it is not just a quarantimes annoyance. But it is more annoying because we are both in the kitchen a lot more)
— Just Say No to Nose Magnets 👃🧲 (@sarahdcady) May 7, 2020
My eyes begin to pop out of my head when he opens a bag of pretzels. It sounds like a jet fighter landing in my kitchen.
— Aileen Weintraub (@AileenWeintraub) May 7, 2020
My husband narrates all of his simple tasks in a stage whisper. “Putting the mugs away…now let’s stack these plates…” It makes me very stabby.
— Kristin (@irishfreak96) May 7, 2020
asks me at dinner, “so what did you do today?” (if you’re reading this: HI HONEY! LOVE YOU!)
— Seyward Darby (@seywarddarby) May 7, 2020
I will walk out of a room, and said partner will INSTANTLY turn the lights off if we are both going into the kitchen or elsewhere. I don’t see the point in turning off the lights if I am just going to walk back into the room 2 seconds later..
— Alexandra (@alexandra_is88) May 7, 2020
I fail to refill the Brita that fills the baby’s bottles so he has to wait an extra minute or two if it’s empty. He leaves the cutting boards with the cocktail citrus out on the counter…forever, I think?…but he makes good drinks so 🤷🏻♀️
— Kasie Hunt (@kasie) May 8, 2020
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