What Not To Say To Your Husband

As I sat here browsing the internet, I noticed something in my Alexa toolbar that caught my eye… The topic screamed out to me, so I clicked on it, 8 Things You Should Never Say to Your Husband.

1. You’re just like your father.

This is a compliment to my husband. We lost my father in law in 2007, and he was an amazing man. So if I were to say this to my husband, it is a good thing not bad.

2. When are you going to find a new job?

This could be taken in a few different ways. What if the husband had expressed he wanted a new job? Simply asking doesn’t seem like it would be a big issue. Sometimes guys put things off, and use females need to remind them.

3. My mother warned me you’d do this!

I don’t think it is smart for either party to say things such as this.

4. Just leave it – I’ll do it myself!

Well, I get tired of asking over and over again. My husband was reading these with me, and he said he does this as well. So if he can so can I!!!

5.You always … or… You never…

My husband “all you women do that shit. we can do something one time and it turns into an always” cough then clears throat… most the time it is a more then once thing, and he doesn’t remember… HELLO it isn’t my fault I don’t seem to “forget” things.

6. Do you really think those pants are flattering?

Again, how is this bad. Shouldn’t a man feel flattered that his wife wants him to look good? My husband always looks better than me anyways.

7. Ugh, we’re hanging out with him again?

If it is someone I don’t like, I would just leave the room.

8. Please watch the kids. But don’t do this, take them here or forget that…

Hey, men DO NOT watch the kids good… is it our fault as moms that we want to make sure the kids are semi safe with dad.

I found these rules pretty funny, since the table goes both ways. Why is it as if use women are nags, and controlling?

What are your thoughts on these rules of what NOT to say to your husband?

About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

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