My husband can be unbelievable at times. He was making a sandwich and I went to tear off a tiny little piece of meat..he literally slapped my hand away! Any time he has food, he acts like a vicious dog...yet, he just reaches over and helps himself to mine.
All day today, my hips have been hurting. We have to use the laundromat at the apartment for another few weeks. We went down and did our laundry together (after me hassling him to get off the damn couch.) He acted like I was killing him by asking him to carry the bag of heavy ass towels up the stairs! Like, you would rather your pregnant hurting wife to carry the heaviest thing?
Yet, he can jump up to go help my brother in law get the boat ready. They were outside for hours the other day, working on the boat...but it killed him to help me out with the laundry.
He's not working everyday. He's leaving this weekend for a out of town job, so he's pretty much been doing nothing for a good little bit.
Uhhh! This is basically a rant. He's not like this everyday. He gets in these random PMS moods where he acts like everything I ask/want is a hassle. But as soon as I go to the doctor and the doctor tells me to gain weight, or to watch my blood pressure or my blood sugar(it keeps dropping randomly)..He tells me how he feels like he's not doing enough to help me out blah blah blah...when it comes down to actually helping out, HA! Please...
That's when I make MY own food... not his. And not share. That's when I only bring my laundry down and only do mine... and not his. I only clean up after myself, etc...
Finally he will figure out that hey, you aren't doing smurf for him because he isn't helping you out. If he can't be bothered to take the laundry into the room or share his food, then you don't need to share your food or do his laundry, right?
It's kind of petty but a silent way to go about the day but get him to realize you aren't doing anything for him because hes being selfish and not helping you out at all.
Men truly suck sometimes. For the most part, Corey is very helpful.... but he'll get into these smurffy little moods & I'll spat out "I'm the pregnant one!!! Can't you be considerate?!" & it's like he'll forget that I'm not able to carry heavy smurf up/down the stairs, or lift boxes from the closet that I need out (our argument earlier lol) or whatever. It's annoying. Sometimes you have to remind them, which is ridiculous lol
Male PMS = no good. = raging hormonal wives!! Gahh.