8. Asking an unanswerable question like, “Do you think the new neighbor’s attractive?”
Oh, these are always fun. There’s absolutely no way of answering a question like this without getting a raised eyebrow in return. Say no, and he’s being unnecessarily mean. Say yes, and, well, he’s got some ‘splainin to do.
9. Spending beyond your family’s means.
We all like to splurge on ourselves occasionally. But it’s also important to keep things in perspective. When a spouse uses spending sprees as a form of stress relief, dropping more money on unnecessary items than their family’s budget can allow, it puts their husband in the super-fun position of being a financial parent to his own spouse.
There are few things as uncomfortable and awkward to say to your spouse as, “Honey, we need to talk about this credit card bill.”
10. Claiming you’re not hungry, then eating off his plate.
Yes, every husband is well aware of this behavior—otherwise known as the “Stealing His Fries When You Said You Didn’t Want Fries” Principal. If you’re hungry, why don’t you just order some food? It’s a question that has flummoxed husbands for generations. (That’s right: Many men aren’t fully aware of the long history of women feeling like they have to look a certain way for men, which means avoiding certain foods.)
11. Hiding the remote.
Husbands love to control the remote. If it’s missing, they’re a king without their castle, ruling over exactly nothing. Even if you hide it someplace they could feasibly locate it, just five minutes of searching a living room for a missing remote can cause the kind of male hysterics only seen from Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of the Apes.Please Scroll Below for NEXT Page to continue