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Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

I said, "Please take the tablecloth out of the dryer and put it on the table".  That's what he did.  My fault for not being more specific.

 

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

@house_cat  That's exactly what my husband would do lol.

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

hahaha! =)

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

There is a clever children's book called Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parrish about this exact thing. If you get a chance it would be a funny prank to check out a copy from the library for him to read.

 

I always read it to my class on the first day of school and had a discussion about misunderstandings.

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

@On It 

 

I know it well! One of my all-time favorites!

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

@house_cat Well, at least you didn't find the drier sitting on the table! 😜

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

Exactly what Mr 4kitties would do!

 

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

@PA Mom-mom 

 

That's a great point!!!

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

Honestly, that sounds like exactly what I would do!

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Re: Sometimes I forget that DH needs explicit directions....

Too funny. That's totally something my kids would do too!