I would love to help but.....................

#1
The perfect excuse

Why the stress of household chores is bad for your heart - Telegraph

I will be showing it to the current Mrs MM988 as soon as I have finished the hovering, washing up, dusting, polishing, laundry, bed making and clearing up after the dogs etc.

After all, she would suffer a dramatic cut in life style if I were to shuffle of this mortal coil too early (and with it my pension).

I know, I know, I’m just far too kind and considerate.
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#2
I dont see the problem. If your cleaner has a bad heart sack her and hire a new one.
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#3
My dishwasher broke down, so I slapped her a few times and she is ok now.


Don't worry I have got my coat on.
 
#5
You dinosaurs have it all wrong.

A marriage is a partnership, you play to your strengths.

She works longer hours than me, but I am the hunter- gatherer.

I hunt for meat in George Bolams and gather nuts, fruit and vegetables in Aldis, and make her nutritious meals when she comes home shagged out.


She does the easy girly stuff like ironing, hoovering and cleaning the skid- marks off the toilet on the week- end.


You have to be a caring husband these days........
 
#6
House work is generally carried out by 'white goods'.... Brides wear white on their wedding day don't they?
 
#7
House work is generally carried out by 'white goods'.... Brides wear white on their wedding day don't they?
Give that man another pint off whatever he's drinking, I'm paying.

If I can get my weekly allowance early off the white goods lady.....
 

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