‘You need housetraining!’

This is what my wife told me when I arrived back from my last trip. I’d been away from Sunday and arrived back at around 1.30 on the following Saturday morning.
After a few days in a hotel room having people clear up after me I apparently revert back to bachelor state and intensive efforts are required to retrain me. Here’s a list of the awful things I do when back home.

  • Wear shoes in the bathroom
  • Make the bed all wrong
  • Leave washing up lying around
  • Drop chocolate crumbs on the floor
  • Leave empty water bottles by the bed
  • Leave my case packed, stuffed in a corner of the bedroom for far too long
  • Generally behave in an incompetent male fashion

What disgraceful behavour.

3 Responses to “‘You need housetraining!’”

  1. Paul Greidanus Says:

    I think this is hilarious, especially seeing the suitcase that me and my wife haven’t unpacked for the past week and a half, and taking a look at her shoes on the bathroom floor.. all 3 pairs of em πŸ™‚
    And of course the empty bottles by the bed, those are my side.. and the totally unmade bed too.. it gets made once a year or so..

  2. Chris Says:

    She’s lovely really πŸ™‚
    The funny thing is that just after I wrote this post I realised I’d dropped chocolate crumbs all down my front and managed to rub them into my shirt. Maybe I am a toddler trapped in a man’s body.

  3. Paul Greidanus Says:

    Mine’s lovely too, wouldn’t trade her for the world. πŸ™‚ But.. organized, and tidy, she is not πŸ™‚ We work quite well together, but we should find a maid or something.

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