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Husbands really don't listen

Old 02-25-2011, 04:35 PM
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I told my husband I would be late home from work because I needed to stop at the quilt shop - and named the specific item I needed.

When I got home, he said Robin called (my BF). So I called Robin and the first thing out of her mouth was "Why did you convert to Muslim, and why didn't you tell me?".

Say what?

Oh lordy ...

I turned to my husband and said "I was stopping for MUSLIN".

Now he's disappointed because he was hoping I was going to take up wearing a burka.

Sheesh.
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LOL!!!

Sometimes........you gotta wonder!!!!
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Hahahahahahah- you mean you just NOW discovered they don't listen??? hee hee
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That is hilarious!
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Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
Hahahahahahah- you mean you just NOW discovered they don't listen??? hee hee
:D:D
No, but telling my BF that I converted to Muslim kinda solidified the fact that he truely is unconscience most of the time.

Think about it ... if you told your husband that you were converting religion, wouldn't he at least question it instead of just saying "Ok - see you when you get home".

So at some point in the evening I'm planning on telling him that bed is on fire just to see if he's listening.
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Old 02-25-2011, 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by DogHouseMom
I told my husband I would be late home from work because I needed to stop at the quilt shop - and named the specific item I needed.

When I got home, he said Robin called (my BF). So I called Robin and the first thing out of her mouth was "Why did you convert to Muslim, and why didn't you tell me?".

Say what?

Oh lordy ...

I turned to my husband and said "I was stopping for MUSLIN".

Now he's disappointed because he was hoping I was going to take up wearing a burka.

Sheesh.
Even though my DH is only 65, he has a hearing loss due to the model airplane engines he ran (loud noises) so I have to be real careful talking with him so he understands what I am saying......it can get really humorous around the house!!! :lol:
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Originally Posted by DogHouseMom
Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
Hahahahahahah- you mean you just NOW discovered they don't listen??? hee hee
:D:D
No, but telling my BF that I converted to Muslim kinda solidified the fact that he truely is unconscience most of the time.

Think about it ... if you told your husband that you were converting religion, wouldn't he at least question it instead of just saying "Ok - see you when you get home".

So at some point in the evening I'm planning on telling him that bed is on fire just to see if he's listening.
And how long have you been married to just now learn this?LOL
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