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Annoying Husbands | Top 10 Reasons My Husband Annoys Me

Updated on October 9, 2012

I Love My Husband, but...

I love my husband dearly... but he does so many things to annoy me.

This is no secret. I share these things with him, but yet he continues to do them and ANNOY me. Why? Why? I ask. I don't know. Maybe after he reads this lens he'll stop those things once and for all.

We shall see.

- Lens by Wendy

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Top 10 Reasons My Husband Annoys Me!

(this is a late addition - PROCRASTINATION!!!. He even built this stupid site about procrastination)

10. He leaves dirty laundry on the floor and walks over it and over it again and again without putting it in the hamper.

9. He says he's cleaned up the kitchen, however he'll leave the pots & pans in the sink because they have to "soak". Guess who eventually ends up cleaning the pots & pans.

8. Snores, snores & snores - This problem can be fixed if he would only use his CPAP machine. However he refused to use the machine because half the time it hasn't been cleaned out and he's afraid of getting a bacteria infection.

7. Asks for a list for the grocery store but always comes back with items not on the list therefore duplicated things that we already have in the cabinet or fridge.

6. Unopened mail will sit for days in the same spot where I've been asked to leave it purposely so that he'll see the mail and remember to open it.

5. Pulls all his receipts out of his overstuffed wallet and leaves them on the dining room table. He tells me not to touch them as he has to go through them before anything is thrown out, but those darn receipts will sit there for days.

4. After hearing me talk while working on his computer, looks up at me blankly and says "what", making me repeat the entire thing I just said. This happens all the time.

3. See's clean laundry on the bed ready to be folded. Not only will he walk in and out of the room several times without touching the clean laundry, but he'll get in bed, pull the covers over his head and act like he doesn't even know the laundry is in a pile on the bed.

2. Insists on keeping the light on at night for our new Guinea Pig.

1. He spends at least 30 minutes in the bathroom (after he's showered and gotten ready!!!) every morning (and sometimes in the evening) making us often run late for things.

Top 10 Reasons He DOESN'T Annoy Me

10. This is supposed to be a top 10 list but I can't come up with a 10th. If I think of something I'll come back to add it.

9. Sometimes empties the dishwasher.

8. Sometimes changes the laundry from the washing machine to the dryer.

7. Sometimes washes the baby bottles.

6. Often empties the upstairs trash cans (from the bathrooms and the bedrooms).

5. Always hangs his wet towel up...yahoo!!!

4. Opens the blinds to the kitchen and living room every morning.

3. Goes to the grocery store.

2. Takes out the trash.

1. Cooks, cooks & cooks...he's a great cook. He makes all our meals, but guess who always has to clean up (sorry I couldn't resist) :)

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How to Break Your Husband of His Annoying Habits

Some of the following information can be found at the Marriage Builders website:

Annoying habits are repeated without much thought. Your husband will leave a wet towel on the floor, see you pick it up and then the next night he'll do it all over again. Why is it like this? I have no idea, but you can work with him to make it better.

First, you must make a list of all the annoying habits he does that bothers you. Take a few days to really think about this list so that you cover everything.

Second, put in order of importance want you want your husband to change. You must make him understand what he does that annoys you. Make it very specific.

Third, you must let him know what you would like him to do instead of each annoying habit. Try your best to not get annoyed yourself when he does fall back into those old habits because it most likely will happen. You must be patient with him and just remind him of what it is you want him to do differently.

When he falls into those bad habits, mention it to him and he should correct his behavior. Continue to do this until he behaves in a way that doesn't bother you.

No one likes to be criticized so all this correcting could certainly put a strain on your marriage. Your husband will most likely be annoyed from all the correcting you're doing.

Once that first annoying habit on your list has been eliminated, move on to the second annoying habit. After you've eliminated two or three annoying habits you should take a break. When it seems like your husband is ready for more criticism continue on your list. Follow this pattern until you've gone through your list.

Once some and then all of your husbands annoying habits are eliminated your relationship will be greatly improved.

Good Books About Husbands

Here are some books you might enjoy about husbands - annoying or not.

How to Be the Almost Perfect Husband: By Wives Who Know
How to Be the Almost Perfect Husband: By Wives Who Know

This could be a fun JOKE GIFT for your husband!

What can a husband do to improve his wife's life?" That's the question J. S. Salt asked more than a thousand wives ages 19-78. It's a simple question, yet the answers promise to do more for man/woman relations than chocolates, flowers and all the sweet nothings a man can muster. Honest, revealing, wise and funny, the answers are compiled in this priceless collection.

 
The Husband Project: 21 Days of Loving Your Man--on Purpose and with a Plan
The Husband Project: 21 Days of Loving Your Man--on Purpose and with a Plan

Keeping a marriage healthy is all about the details--the daily actions and interactions in which husbands and wives lift each other up and offer support, encouragement, and love. In The Husband Project women will discover fun and creative ways to bring back that lovin' feeling and remind their husbands--and themselves--why they married in the first place.

 

Share Your Stories - Does Your Husband Annoy You? Tell me why...husbands, feel free to comment too.

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      cruzen 2 years ago

      He talks constantly but from every room in the house except where I am

      Can't sit & talk eye to eye!

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      Lala9664 3 years ago

      My husband watches a video on his iPad without headphones while I am trying to watch a show on TV. He knows how much this annoys me, but continues to do it. I am thinking about letting him really get into something on TV today, and doing this back to him in a nonchalant way so he can see how annoying it is.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @tonybonura: Yea you should mind your business because maybe if her husband were already helping she would not put the laundry on the bed because he would have already gotten it. I love my husband too and I on purpose look for the good but I csn tell you I am so damn sick of cleaning up after him. Men need to act like adults. You don't live in a frat house you live in a home with another adult who probably tries really hard to keep it ckean and men disrespect their wives with their actions or inactions. It's crap

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I once watched a marriage conference video, quite a comical one actually, and the guy said, "Men are like waffles; women are like spaghetti" and it is so very true! Waffles have little boxes. Men think inside of their boxes... and can't be in one box while being in another. They have their "food box", their "TV box", their "sex box", etc. It's just how they are wired. We women are like spaghetti because if you try to pick up just one spaghetti noodle with a fork, you end up picking about 5 or 6 other ones up with it. That's how WE think... we can multitask. Our thoughts are usually somehow connected and intertwined. Men can't think about dirty laundry on the floor if they are in their "I have to go fix the car" box. They have to be reminded, so where I know it can seem like they are purposefully doing it on purpose, just stop them and say, "I can tell you are on a mission. You have one thing on your mind. can I ask one simple favor? When you are done with this one thing you need to do, can you please take a few seconds to pick your dirty laundry up out of the floor?" It usually works. I try to focusing on asking him nicely, giving him the chance to do it after he finishes something HE wants to do rather than constantly nagging him about it. Just food for thought - no pun intended, of course ;-)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Mine flicks his toes or taps on stuff constantly with his fingers, eats loudly going back and forth numerous times from the kitchen getting random junk until he's finally full, burps and farts like every ten seconds, stays in the bathroom literally an hour at a time, SNORES so loud we can't sleep on the same floor of the house, and from the time he gets home until I go to bed he constantly runs me up to get or do things....to name a few

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      Jackie Jackson 4 years ago from Fort Lauderdale

      I think we must be married to the same man!

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      Darcie French 4 years ago from Abbotsford, BC

      After 11.5 years together I now have a very well trained hubby - he thinks everything he does for me is his idea - that's about the only annoying thing, since I subliminally transferred the information when he wasn't paying attention. And it took YEARS to finally work! :D

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      ismeedee 4 years ago

      Sooo funny! I really enjoyed this! I think it could be quite fun for couples to write these kinds of lists and 'discuss' haha! It's especially good to include the 'not annoy me' list too. The walking in and out of the room and somehow just 'not seeing' something that needs to be done has to be my number one annoying thing about my husband!! Having to repeat what you've said as not listening the first time is the second!

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      dessertlover 4 years ago

      Our husbands have a lot in common!! lol funny and cute lens

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      Takkhis 4 years ago

      I have no idea because i am bachelor.

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      squid2hub 4 years ago

      great lens... obviously written for wives but there are many things husbands can learn here.. :)

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      queenofduvetcover 4 years ago

      Lol...give him a break, he cooks! =P

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      Tony Bonura 4 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

      You know what Wendy? I don't think you have anything to gripe about. You know these things and yet you continue to do stuff like talk when he's on the computer and put clean laundry on the bed without folding it. And I was always of the opinion that the cook cooks and the other one cleans up. You know what the Duke said: "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do." Besides, he can't be that bad. I didn't see anything about toilet seats in your lists. Now that I've said all that I'll say this so you won't have to: I should mind my own business. :-)

      TonyB

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I actually wrote a book so guys could NOT get in trouble with their wife and/or girlfriends. www.whatnottodobook.com in the book I discuss things I did and maybe most guys shouldn't do in their relationship. Each story is a short example of a specific issue that troubles most relationships. I wrote them from my POV and included my wife's colorful reactions. The book is humorist, informative and as some reviews have said, "I"m glad you are not my husband! I also have a blog that I started with the same name; it's still being developed at www.whatnottodoinyourrelationship.com

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      goo2eyes lm 4 years ago

      i cannot say that he is annoying. he is not perfect and i am also not. he does most of the household chores including cooking, cleaning the house, washing the clothes but i have to iron his shirts. he irons his own pants. he takes care of the finances and tucks me in if my blanket is all tangled up while sleeping. i am happy to have him.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Wow! Men are pretty much wired all the same- 10 reasons my husband annoys me #10, #9, #7, #5- but he leaves them on the nightstand, kitchen table, desk..., #4 and #3. However, I love him and wouldn't trade him for anyone else in the world. Plus, I know I've got my quirks he needs to put up with too!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I am HAPPPPY to SEE this blog!!! I typed in a question on the web seeking advice, but I found this instead. I feel MUUUUUUCHHH better because to know it is okay that it is not perfect, and other women (wives) are going through the same things is HILARIOUS, and THERAPUTIC at the same time. I realized I am annoyed by my husband, because I LOVE MY HUSBAND!

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      Mark Shirbroun 5 years ago

      Thank goodness my wife hasn't made one of these about me! I'm sure she could go way past a top ten!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Very entertaining! I know your husband may not appreciate it, but thanks for sharing! :) I'm glad that I'm not the only one with a husband who does #4 on the list all the time. Grrr.....

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      carolinarobin 5 years ago

      My significant other comes home from work every Friday and vacuums the den, and straightens up the living room. He takes out the trash every day. The most annoying thing he does is if he is going to tell a story about his day, etc.. , he takes forevvvvveeer. It's like a full drama story every time, lol.

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      piedromolinero 5 years ago

      A nice lens! In a few things I have to back your husband up, especially with the pots and pans. They really have to soak! ;)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Dear Stepford Wife:

      This is not the 1950s. I'll have to admit, that I haven't read whether she has a job or not, but maybe she does. And, if she does, should she be forced to do all housework because she is a woman? No, and here's why. Men no longer have manually intensive jobs. My husband is tech support. His job consists of mostly sitting on his butt, playing computer games, waiting until a support call comes in. I raise our three kids. I have to do all of the manually intensive labor. Is it fair for me to ask him to do small tasks like pick up after himself because he's not a baby? Yes, because I'm raising his offspring. Because I'm making his house a home. The house wouldn't be live able if it wasn't for me. I think that either you're a male who thinks that women should be slaves, or a female with a warped sense of a female's role in a man's life. They are men, not babies, and I'm sorry, but they were capable of picking up after themselves before they married, so why can't they do it now? They're the first to complain when a woman has forgotten something. It's not like I'm asking him to do everything, just small things to make all of our lives easier.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Interesting lens, well done:)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Wow, all the things that annoy you are ways that he doesn't do YOUR job! I'll bet he works hard at work and would like some down time at home! If you work outside the home, I'll bet he didn't ask you to. Sounds to me like you're pretty lucky he helps as much as he does. And he's a great cook, too? Do you mow and weed the lawn, change the lightbulbs, make sure the cars are maintained, make sure the computers and smartphones are updated and secure, take out the garbage, clean the garage, and make home repairs? Maybe you should ask him for a list of how you annoy him.

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      peggygallyot 5 years ago

      Nice work . Most husbands are annoying, but we love them so they get forgiven.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      He wont pass the toilet brush after a B.M.

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      RuralFloridaLiving 5 years ago

      Yes....for all the same reasons you listed. Do you think your husband and mine are related?

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      I love your little annoying husband lists. I love the crawling into bed with the laundry piled on top of it. Lol...mine would not dream of folding laundry but he does wash his own and then bring it up for me to fold. I blame it on mothers. Gotta train those boys the right way.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      where to begin? I think when we were dating, I didn't really get to experience my husband's annoying habits.. When we got married 4 years ago, I was in the shock of my life! I can't believe I was living with a little wild child aka my husband! Being 38 and never been married, and never lived with any ex gfs.. he did and still does a lot of annoying things..

      Somehow he tends to leave his dirty laundry on the floor wherever he is around the house..

      Our entire house has his "things" around.. jacket, phones, money, loose change, he has 5 different sets of headphones lying around the house..

      The worst thing is he is not that clean.. somehow he forgets to flush the toilet.. I mean, it's not number 2 (thank god!) but still is quite disgusting!

      We have 4 different bathrooms, he "soils" every one of them!

      Guess who has to pick up after him??

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      SewingMama 5 years ago

      My huzz and I laughed at our almost identical lists. We cloth diaper and my huzz leaves dirty ones on the sink instead of cleaning them out and putting them in the wetbag. Gross.

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      ScaryScorpion 5 years ago

      HAHA Too funny!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Wow

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I started taking the pick your battles approach. Same as with my kids. So basically I treat my husband like a grade schooler. You would be amazed at how much men like to be treated this way. It stems from their mothers. It makes them feel safe, wanted and honored. Some days when the house is a mess and he taps away on his iPad, well I get ticked and battle. Other days I actually don't care because I am either tired or actually enjoy the alone time at the sink. Or I get back at him by totally disappearing at the kids bedtime leaving him to deal with rowdy kids at 8 at night. The pendulum swings both ways.

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      ginayonque 5 years ago

      The topic is very candid and almost everyone can relate to it. My husband does a lot of irritating things but whenever he cooks for the whole family all my complaints disappear like bubbles ... he cooks well and I appreciate delicious foods so we get along well afterall nobody is perfect...

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      Harriet 5 years ago from Indiana

      My husband leaves his coffee cup upstairs on a regular basis, so I have gotten into the habit of making him go back to get it before I make coffee. I suppose that annoys him just as much.

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      Miha Gasper 5 years ago from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU

      I bet my wife can list one hundred things annoying her...

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      kevingomes13 lm 5 years ago

      I do the soaking thing all the time... OOPS.

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      allenwebstarme 5 years ago

      I'm going to married this year, I will keep your points in my mind. Thanks.

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      awesomedealz4u 5 years ago

      Sounds about like my husband. Nice lens!

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      John Dyhouse 5 years ago from UK

      I am suitably warned - thanks for the heads-up. And I am sure that my wife would thank you as well.

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      bluewren56 lm 5 years ago

      What a fun lens. I love the way you have taken an irritation and made some humor from it.... I guess we've all got our idiosyncrasies. From the comments, it looks like you've struck a cord with many people. Well done on your lens.

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      Hearty Cindy Penaranda 5 years ago from Ormoc City

      nce lens i can totally relate to this... seems like my hubby is totally the same..

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      Yawapi LM 5 years ago

      Brilliant lens and very funny. I have been trying to rid my husband of his annoying habits for a decade now, to no avail. But at least now I can get a chuckle out of it and know I'm not alone - thanks!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This was very funny. In your list of 10 reasons he DOESN'T annoy you, you have "takes out the trash" twice. It's easy to take someone for granted when you see them everyday, and I am NOT an exception. Whenever I get annoyed with my man for doing something that he just keeps doing, I usually have a conversation with myself whether it really is worth me pulling out my hair to ask for those things when I know he probably won't change. Moral of the story is--people don't change. You have to accept them for who they are, shortcomings and all. So if your husband doesn't put away the clean laundry, expect that he never will. Just like he won't expect you to cook. So we all have to put up with those annoying ticks. But that's fine so long as his list of what DOESN'T annoy you outweigh the ones that do.

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      julieannbrady 5 years ago

      Can we seriously talk ... I divorced my husband last year because he was, yes annoying me ... now he is annoying me as the ex!!! HELP.

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      mom-247 5 years ago

      I can't believe you can stop at 10! I think in my case it would be top 100 list..although I have the feeling he might say the same about me.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I'm sure I could write a lens on things that my husband does that annoys me, but I'm also positive that he could write a pretty good sized lens on things that annoy him about me! It's nice to know that we can love and be lovable despite our annoying habits!

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      LaurieKristensen 5 years ago

      This made me laugh several times. The little daily habits that annoy can truly start to feel like Chinese water torture, but I agree with the idea that it's best to pick your battles and then do your best to be the one to change regarding the battles you give up on, in terms of learning to not react any more!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      We all have annoying habits. The key is learning to love them!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      There are a list of things that gets me annoyed and frustrated but my husband does not want to change even after reminding many times. I think the husbands too might have such a list for us( wives) too.

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      nebby 6 years ago from USA

      If you think that snoring bothers you new, wait until your husband gets older & starts making sounds from all over his body ( LOL) day & night and begins to talk to himself. That's when it starts to get fun.

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      Lee Hansen 6 years ago from Vermont

      My husband piles things up. He makes artfully stacked piles of papers on all the counter tops, on his desk, on his dresser. He has a huge stack of tools and accessories in our foyer to "keep them handy" for remodeling our home. He layers his shirts on the bedpost so he can wear them again before washing. And he piles his dirty socks on the bedroom floor ... not to wear again, but not in the hamper! But he does a lot around the house and does jobs I dislike. He also shares the cooking and garden work, and does a good job at the market. I'll keep him ... there's always hope he'll change his piling habits if I keep putting the stuff into boxes. ;-D

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      CompletelBiased 6 years ago

      man you don't like 10 things your husband does? might be time to just call it quits and take half his stuff....

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      clickityclack 6 years ago

      nice lens!! yes, my husband bugs the h*** out of me at times....

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      HannahNow 6 years ago

      Not anymore! My dog and I are very happy!

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      Katsmeow1213 6 years ago

      Loved it! Guess it's a guy thing, because I swear my hubby does all the same annoying stuff!

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      I think my husband wants to make a webpage about all the things I do to annoy him. Fun!

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      BeaGabrielle1 6 years ago

      Hello there! I can relate with you (and all the other wives out there getting annoyed "sometimes" with their husbands!). But one thing's for sure, life wouldn't be quite the same without them!

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      vohraaish 6 years ago

      haha! hilarious articles.. and some of these comments are darn funny too!! my husband has some pretty annoying habits too.. but then he loves to cook so that makes up for everything else!!!:)

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      vohraaish 6 years ago

      @spritequeen lm: heheheehee... that is so funny! mine loves watching cartoons too.. but then we both do:)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      hmmmm... how about a list of things you do that annoys him?? Fair trade right? these are all true of all men I think.

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      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

      I would probably annoy you also! lol

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      Henk LM 6 years ago

      I'm guilty of several things from your list... Better check with my wife if I'm annoying too!

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      Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      I'm sure I'm not annoying lol :) Seems the addition of a section for things your wife/husband do to annoy you might be good for My Pet Peeves lens. Lensrolling to that, should be the perfect fit.

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      grannysage 6 years ago

      I can relate to everything and then some. But then my husband has non-hyperactive ADD. This means he really intends to do things, but then gets distracted and does something else. My only solution to this after being together almost 11 years is not to become annoyed. I decided that the only one I can change is myself and to spend too much time criticizing was only bringing me down. But then I can live with a level of mess that would drive most people insane, so I guess we are actually pretty compatible.

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      desilegend 6 years ago

      Not a word from me...

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      spritequeen lm 6 years ago

      Stays up all night watching cartoons! Man, I wish I was joking about that! LOL He loves to cook, too, though, so I forgive him! :-D

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      Carol Fisher 6 years ago from Warminster, Wiltshire, UK

      The most annoying thing mine does is watch a load of rubbish on TV, obviously enjoying it, then complain all the way through anything I very occasionally insist on watching. Even worse, when I go and watch in another room, he'll come in for a chat and then start complaining about the show again. Great lens, made me laugh.

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      kimmie1967 6 years ago

      Great Lens. My hubby will put trash on the counter right above the trash can, throw his dirty clothes on the floor right in front of the hamper. A few years ago, I told him if he did not put his dirty socks in the hamper instead of the the floor, any socks I had to pick up were going to the trash. He got down to one pair and realized he had no more. He did well for about two months, then went right back to the way it had been, after 19 years I have just given up on trying to change the things that annoy me. LOL

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      kimmanleyort 6 years ago

      I can relate to #8 to the letter. But my husband is a great cook too and that more than makes up for his annoying habits.

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      kimmanleyort 6 years ago

      I can relate to #8 to the letter. But my husband is a great cook too and that more than makes up for his annoying habits.

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      Moe Wood 6 years ago from Eastern Ontario

      Your husband and I may be related! We have a number of things in common.

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      Spook LM 6 years ago

      For the life of me I cannot find one thing annoying about your husband and I looked so hard

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      Anthony Godinho 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Looks like it's already been said here, but when I was reading through the list, I noticed that he cooks, cooks, cooks...wow, you're a lucky girl (don't let him read this now) ;) ! I think the others can be worked on. Marriage is always about the other and the more both realize that, it becomes easier. Nicely done! :) **Blessed by a Squid-Angel**

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      One of my wedding vows stated 'I accept you just as you are' and I've had to remind myself of this vow time and time again.

      But despite the 'annoying things' I wouldn't change a thing1

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      myraggededge 6 years ago

      LOL! The fact that he cooks completely outweighs all his bad habits! Oh... I would love mine to cook just once!

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      AldricChang1 6 years ago

      LOL! A hilarious read! I would bless this lens if only I'm an angel! :)

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      teamlane 6 years ago

      Too funny Wendy! I guess our husbands are alike! ~ Colleen :)

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      sheriangell 6 years ago

      I love it that you took a subject that can break a marriage and introduced humor into it. Great job! Blessed with laughter by a Squid Angel today!

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      GrowWear 6 years ago

      You have a hubby that will go to the grocery store?! And cooks?! He's a keeper! :D

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      My husband will finish a gallon of milk and put it back in the fridge. He will polish off a bag of Doritos and leave the empty bag on the kitchen table...5 feet from the trash can!!!! >:( He will leave every empty container within 2 steps of the trash can and not even notice. He cooks and leaves all the food hardened to the sides of the pan. As in, he wont throw the rest away in the trash or put it in the fridge before its stayed out on the stove too long and then becomes inedible. Fair to say, he ANNOYS the s*** out of me. Whoa, I think I needed to vent....

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      callinsky lm 6 years ago

      OMG. This is too funny. It's funny because it's true. This is the funniest part: After you've eliminated two or three annoying habits you should take a break. When it seems like your husband is ready for more criticism continue on your list.

      Some habits are just annoying and some are nasty gross. Most of the annoying habits can be looked over. I know I'm annoying to my man sometimes, just as he is to me. I continually make fun of movies that I don't like, and I'm very picky with movies. LOL. This drives him crazy. He will rarely even pick a movie out to watch when I'm there. He makes me pick them so he doesn't have to hear me rant all the way through it. Hummmm. I guess that annoying habit worked in my favor. LOL

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Maybe you should just stop being annoyed?

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      TacTac 7 years ago

      I am guilty of most of the crimes listed here. I will go tell my huney I love her. LOL - great site though, had fun reading it.

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      Amy Fricano 7 years ago from WNY

      love this list. mine is under the covers gas.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Scrapes his teeth on his fork...

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      and I forgot the farting and burping noises

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      i forgot the other annoying noises like making a loud noise after drinking coffee or tea, or unrolling and rolling a scratchy piece of paper while sitting during a lecture or sermon, doing voices or jingles from tv or radio ads..it's a constant stream of various noises and SO ANNOYING!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      he is always scratching or rubbing something, like his head, or his neck, or his shoulder or foot or stomatch and when we are watching tv or i'm reading a book the noise of the scratching or rubbing is annoying. If it's not that noise he's drumming his fingers on the table or steering wheel or humming odd snatches of songs, or singing two or three lines of a song in several different voices (one line falsetto and the other deep voice) and never completes a song. The noises are driving me mad. Any ideas how to stop it? Deal with it?

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      ocdgirl2000 8 years ago

      Not any more...not since I divorced him 21 years ago!LOL! Now, ask me if there is a reason for staying single all these years! Then I'll tell ya how great it is to NOT have someone around that annoys me!LOL!

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      tmras 8 years ago

      LOVE IT! I try hard to not be the annoying husband,

      Great Lens!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I really enjoyed your Lens ;) Thank you kindly for sharing!