husbands haters?

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  1. j13jdp

    j13jdp mouseketeer of long ago

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    I don't know if it is just me but it seems there is just a small bit of husband(Oh I mean DH) bashing on this site. Ladies if we are so bad why do you bring continually bring us back? :confused3 & :rotfl2:
    I also notice that there is next to no DW( remembered that time) bashing by us lazy, no good bums. See we are not that dumb after all. ;)
     
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    Maybe its just that some husbands are not as nice as others and maybe some DW are a pain but husbands just dont like to get things of their chest to friends here. Some women feel the need to express themselves verbally to boards such as this rather than burden family members so they can then move on and make room in their busy lives for other things. Its amazing how much kindness and thoughtful words you can receive from people you may never even meet in your lifetime. Its cathartic. :confused3 Just my own personal opinion!
     
  4. MazdaUK

    MazdaUK <font color=green>Curse this time difference!<br><

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    Note how very few Dh's post themselves - like the organising the majority of this stuff is left to the DW to do!

    I wouldn't swap my DH for anything...well.. no, not for anything :teeth:

    That doesn't mean he's never annoying - like when you've spent the best part of a year carefully planning your dream WDW holiday (with no input from DH because "I don't want to wish it away"), and you have a great time, but when you get back he moans "we didn't get enough pool time". So it was my fault it rained was it? :confused3 The days often started cloudy and the sun only came out later - for example, the best day in terms of weather was at KSC, and no way would he have turned round to go back to the pool cos that was the outing he and DS(12) wanted. We also lost parts of 3 days through illness - first me, then DS(6) and then DH. And we did change the plans round to accommodate this.

    So when I started planning next year's vacation and DH was moaning about one of the possible properties (even though the first time I showed it to him he really liked it!) I suggested he took over the planning for this one and I would just go along with everything and do the moanng when we got back.

    needless to say I'm firmly in the driving seat. :rotfl:
     
  5. ScroogesNephew

    ScroogesNephew "Even in THIS world, it is the stupidist children

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    . . . many wives (especially the mouthy ones) don't really LIKE men. They just keep a husband around because all their friends have one! And don't be afraid to use the word "husband" either. It's mostly women that we have to thank for all of this childishly silly "political correctness" (like "dh", how GIRLY) anyway. Call a spade a spade (no offence meant with the word "spade", merely a reference to a useful tool . . . like us men).
     
  6. MazdaUK

    MazdaUK <font color=green>Curse this time difference!<br><

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    :rotfl: :rotfl2:
     
  7. Wish I lived in Fl

    Wish I lived in Fl DIS Veteran

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    Obviously because we are perfect! (TIC)
     
  8. ScroogesNephew

    ScroogesNephew "Even in THIS world, it is the stupidist children

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    I assume you're talking about men and not women!
     

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