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Thread: Hubby just called and on his way home from work and he wants Supper (I am busy finding links for Quilting Board)

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    humm,

    men they just don't get it, ha ha

    I always tell him I am busy on the computer (for my day job)
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    2. working on my blogs
    3. finding recipes for my recipe blog

    it is a never ending job, rofl

    so I will go fix supper and find links afterwards see you later!

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    He has two hands.

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    Awww, go ahead and feed him :)

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    Yeah - I got the "feeeeed me!" while I was on here yesterday. Dude - can't you see I'm very, very busy? LOL

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    DON'T YOU OWN a Crock Pot? If not GET ONE. And BEFORE you get on the board...toss in dinner and let it cook all day...you can even make ham and beans in the crock pot. Throw the makings of spaghetti sauce in it and let it cook all day, or even chili...roast, chicken with veggies.....
    either that or tell him to fend for himself. LOL J/K

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    My DH is on his way home too! He is returning from a trip and I know he will come home hungry. I hope he is up for hamburgers!!! :lol:

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    Tell him you have a "headache"!!!!! Doesn't that always work?? HeHe

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    Gosh, the very nerve of him....

    I'm sure he is very cooperating with your other hobbies and to feed him once in a while is a sign of good will on your part.

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    I think that he is asking alot. You have work to do. lol

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    Funny thing...mine always shows up at meal times too!

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    How inconsiderate of him. LOL

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    Should have told him to bring dinner home :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I have been planning meals to feed about 2500 people and making grocery lists and worklists for 2 weeks and the county fair doesn't even start until Thursday. I'm so sick of food and thinking about food, that my husband is getting hamburger helper tonight!!

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    We both work from home on some days. On those days - he usually cooks as I'm busy doing longarm work for customers. Or we will do our, 'fend for ourselves" night - we each make whatever we want or don't want to eat.
    On nights I work but will be home for supper - he cooks.
    On weekends - he cooks.

    Ok. once in a while I cook! I swear I do cook - once in a while! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    humm,

    men they just don't get it, ha ha

    I always tell him I am busy on the computer (for my day job)
    1. finding links for all of you
    *** Total number of users: 33315

    2. working on my blogs
    3. finding recipes for my recipe blog

    it is a never ending job, rofl

    so I will go fix supper and find links afterwards see you later!
    You should gave him your order for take out, that way he could pick it up on his way home...lol

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    Craftybear, I am thinking you should take care of him as well as you do Sophie. LOL. Both deserve it. I go and take care of dh and come back. Yes he can do it, and he does when I am out and about at retreats.....so while at home....I do my "wifely" things. LOL

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    Tell him your hands are hurting and stop and bring something to eat for both of you.

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    wasn't cereal created for nights like that??

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    If, no when it happens again send me a personal IM and give me your address. I will call Dominos and order and pay for a pizza to be delivered. We need you worse than him. Just remember we love you to.

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    Look up the number for the local carry out. Works for me..sometimes! ! ! LOL

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    LOL! I remember when my grandfather was coming home (a UP railroader) and if my grandmother was busy she would put onions in a skillet and tell him it would be ready soon.

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    The problem is..that you fed him yesterday, now he expects it again today lol. Gets to be a habit. Make reservations.

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    should of told him to pick something up on the way home! your a good wife! but a better friend to us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by watterstide
    should of told him to pick something up on the way home! your a good wife! but a better friend to us!
    My husband actually called me (at home!) on his way home from work to ask me to go out and pick up something for dinner before he got home.

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