What do you nag your wife about? How do you nag your husband? What are your mutual nags?
A Wife: “My husband is the worst driver ever, I say. Sometimes, he drives like a granny, so slow and overly cautious that I’m afraid we’re going to get hit from behind. But then, out of nowhere, he’ll make an incredibly reckless left turn, right in front of oncoming traffic. I yell at him not to turn, since I’m the one in the passenger seat so I’ll be rammed first. Then, he complains that I nag him about driving, and why can’t I just be quiet.”
A Husband: “I need to be left alone for a while when I come home from work, but my wife is all over me about the kids or helping with dinner. She’s been home from work for half an hour already, so I want my time for me. I nag her to let me be.”
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Tell your Nagging Tale, right here, and let wives around the world know that they are not alone. Help us all out and contribute today!A Wife: “My husband seems to believe that if there’s food in the house, there’s no need to go out to dinner. Ever. If I suggest that we go for a pizza or Chinese, he says we already have food, and to stop nagging. But he never, ever cooks, so I never get a break.”
A Wife: “I can tell where my husband has been from the trail of mustard he leaves. He’ll eat standing up, and there’s a blob on the kitchen counter, a bigger one on the floor, and sometimes even one in the freezer, where he’s reached in to get ice. If I ask him to clean it up, he gets all testy, like it’s my fault there’s mustard everywhere.A Husband: “I nag my wife about leaving me credit card and debit card receipts. I like to keep a list of our expenses, and I get pissed when she doesn’t produce her proof of spending."