By kj1 - / Monday 17 February 2014 18:28 / United States - Draper
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  badmandilon  |  19

Well, it's a pretty common practice in wives to loudly wash the dishes to give the husband a message, if this is the case, a clear message like "please help me" or "wash the dishes" works better than subliminal messages. Another possibility is that the husband is too lazy and too sensitive if this is the case, I'm sorry OP .

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

What kind of world do you live in 35!? Men helping.. Women? With dishes!? What! My mind is so fucking blown right now..

Haha, actually I just helped my woman out with the dishes. I can't wash them for shit, but I can dry them pretty good, haha.

  badmandilon  |  19

#98 you're right, I didn't mean to assume ALL wives do that, I don't even think most wives do that, I said "it's a pretty common practice" not the most common practice. At least 2 of my female friends have confessed me they do that trying to send their husband a message, which they don't get. In the other hand I think husbands should help more in the house.

  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

Well you see here, un-original people don't need to think of a comment, whereas original comments take time and effort, and seeing as #2 is high up, it demonstrates the lightning fast reaction time of unoriginals whipping out their deck of cue card comments and finding one that fits

  buttcramp  |  21

my old house had this badass big rectangular sink instead of having a divider in the middle and two drains, it was just one drain with a garbage disposal.. so I was able to quietly wash dishes. I'm constantly banging pots, skillets, and cookie sheets on the divider because I'm not used to having it there. my husband will often say "hey that's really loud can you wait to do that?" and sometimes I say "sure!" but sometimes I say "well it's really been driving me nuts.. I'm almost done."

  noatak  |  6

My comment above was loaded heavily with sarcasm. I am not saying she was doing it wrong; I implied that if he thinks she is being too loud than she should make him show her his version of the "proper" way to clean dishes. That way he can do them however he sees fit.

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