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post #31 of 41
Falls asleep in his chair, snores, then denys it when I wake him up because I can't hear the TV.
post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by Momofmany View Post
I live with a pack rat, who learned it from his dad - a man so bad that he would go thru the trash each week and pick out things that his family had thrown out.

I don't mind some clutter, as long as it doesn't get in the way, but his stuff is clearly out of hand.
Um...I'm not going to comment on my personal situation, but I hear you. And if you ever decide to move from your current location, please, start planning and packing early.
post #33 of 41
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I agree that this is a natural bodily function and everyone does it....but do they REALLY have to turn it into an olympic event and rate them? "Oh honey....that one was a 10!"
Dh and his brother think they are hilarious. Them two and a can beans, is a death sentence. My biggest pet peeve is when he comes home he grabs the remote control. He can't just watch a show he constantly changes the channel. He finds two or three shows and switches back and forth.
post #34 of 41
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Originally Posted by mbjerkness View Post
He can't just watch a show he constantly changes the channel. He finds two or three shows and switches back and forth.
Ugh, I hate that!!!!!!
post #35 of 41
it's not even that he keeps it in the car it's he knows im gonna call him around such and such time and his phone isn't on! lol

Oh and I do the 2 channel thing and my bf hates it lol
post #36 of 41
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Originally Posted by motoko9 View Post
Um...I'm not going to comment on my personal situation, but I hear you. And if you ever decide to move from your current location, please, start planning and packing early.
Funny thing is: we moved 3 years ago. I started to eliminate as much clutter as I could months in advance. I probably filled my car to capacity over a dozen times with stuff that I donated to charities, sold stuff on Craigslist, then gave things away on Freecycle. It took me a few months to pack. But to give you an idea on how much "stuff" that still plagues our lives: there are only 2 of us humans with a lot of critters. We filled up not just 1, but 2 large moving vans the day of the move. 1 of those vans was the stuff from the (oversized) garage and the cat trees (OK, so we have a lot of those). That garage worth of stuff filled our 2 car garage here, plus a shed that's about the size of a 2 car garage. And this doesn't include the separate mover for the pool table, a few car loads that we moved ourselves, and a full sized pick up truck full of firewood.
post #37 of 41
I have had roommates all my adult life and always shared my space with others. Had issues, some big, some small. Like the girl who stole my underwear and clothes and brought random guys over every night for a noisy sleepover, ew, I moved out. Or the roommate who was attracted to me and me not to them at all, they were creepy and I moved! Oh I could go on for days...dirty dishes, parties, stuff being stolen, food of mine being eaten, but tis all the past

Husband is by far the BEST roomie ever! Clean, my best friend, great cook. I don't have any problems with the guy, he is a good one all these years. Lucky me
post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by cheylink View Post
Why do guys think that once you become friends, farting is acceptable?! Especially stinky ones!!!!!!!!
Guys!? I fart right ON my FH and he makes a grossed out face and says "thats my girl"
post #39 of 41
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Guys!? I fart right ON my FH and he makes a grossed out face and says "thats my girl"
YOU are a goddess!!

My cousin does the same thing!!! She is good at sneaking up on her family....yes, kids too!
post #40 of 41
My husband.. oh how you annoy me .. he does not eat. So I nag him. I made dinner fixed his lazy bum a plate, shoveing it under his nose and I still have to remind him eat your darn food before it gets cold. And he also has a tendancey to not clean up after himself. You know wrappers dirty plates and the like, sigh. I still love him though.

Sigh.. only after we were married did he develop these nasty little issues.
post #41 of 41
as i said before, i dont mind the farting, but he will burp and blow it in my face and that drives me insane!
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