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Things your DH does that make you clench your teeth - Poll
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MontanaMama2009 posted:
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What does your DH do (or not do) that just makes you clench your teeth or make your head spin???

A. My DH clips his toenails and fingernails into the tub...and then leaves them. Grrrrrrr!!!!!!
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magsnemma responded:
My DH pees on the seat and sometimes the floor, which is so gross to sit in. It always gets me at like 3 AM when I'm stumbling into the bathroom too. Ick.
 
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daisy729 responded:
YUCK...to both those!

I gave DH a very hard time about dripping on the floor after he pees, he's gotten much better. Not perfect though

DH will 'wash' his hands (another story) and then not dry them, he lets them drip all over the kitchen floor. And then I walk through, with my socks on, and I have damp socks. Gross.
 
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stephs_3_kidz replied to daisy729's response:
My DH pulls the dripping wet hands thing..UGH..ALL over the kitchen. Very annoying.


But the thing that makes me clench my teeth the hardest..

The counter/bar between the family room and kitchen is pretty low, and DH ALWAYS drops his change, keys, and utility knife there, where DS2 can reach it. HELLO.....he's not even 2, he has no idea WHY he shouldn't stick those pennies in his mouth or take the utility knife apart.

Grr.


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