The wording in this conversation is a little confusing, but we think we get the gist of it. The wife wakes up at seven fifteen in the morning without having to resort to an alarm clock – respectable, that – and goes about her day.
She was proud of that fact, so she texted her husband, who was still in bed at almost ten o’clock. Or maybe some other wife texted him since he messed up the pronouns in his response text. Is that even her husband? Is she his wife? We’re all twisted into knots now. It’s too early for this sort of thing.
Don't Stand in Front of the Sink, Hon
Don't be too mad at your husband if he's doing this – at least it seems like he wants to help. Maybe he just wants to talk to you about your day or get started on the dishes, so there isn't as much work once you are done eating.
Then again, there are some kitchens that are a little petit and small, and two people inside them can make moving around and getting the necessary drawers or cabinets a little tough. If this is the case for you, be proactive – start teaching your significant other how to fetch things for you.
I Even Have a Picture to Prove It
So a husband and wife leave home at the same time and get caught at the same stoplight for who knows how long. The husband, a car behind, decides to have a little bit of fun, and the wife responds in kind, egging him on. Men love a chase, we're told.
However, he reminds her that he's already caught her. We assume that's a picture of a wedding or engagement ring on her finger. Could be his, though; we don't know. Whichever finger it's on, the band might need to be loosened a little bit. It's gonna start cutting off blood flow.
Good to Know
Blanket statements can sometimes cause confusion, but they often give people a sense of security. That's why they call them blankets. This guy has learned that his wife thinks that literally everything he does is weird, which has to come as some sort of comfort, right?
He doesn't need to spend all that precious brainpower wondering if what he's doing is weird – he already knows the answer. But what if he DOES do something that's normal? Is that when his wife looks at him like he's just done something weird? The whole world has been turned on its head. Up is down; cats are dogs.
No, I Can't. I Cannot
Some things take practice. If you don't know what you're doing or where you're going, you'll end up lost, confused, and scared. For many married men, their wife's purse is one of those places. It doesn't matter what you need to get; it's going to take a pack of sled dogs and a couple of emergency flares by the time he's done.
This guy has figured out the cheat code, however. You pick up the purse, walk to your wife, and hand her the purse. There, the job is done, and he can get back to organizing his workbench for the next time he asks his wife for a tool.