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1 hour ago, scottsdad said:

Twice, someone pulled out in front of me, and she leaned over and honked the horn. Surely as driver it's my choice who gets the horn

I'd be raging if someone did that. Does she bash the horn a lot when she's driving, Kenneth?

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35 minutes ago, Day of the Lords said:

and tell me about totally obvious things that we are approaching. Utterly infuriating behaviour.

"You've only just spotted that?" should be your retort. Remember to duck afterwards :) 

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1 hour ago, Adam said:

 


I’m fairly new to the driving game, having only passed my test last month, but it’s already getting close to the point where I am going to refuse to drive anywhere with my gf in the passenger seat. I end up a total nervous wreck with her panicky nature about literally nothing, and feel as if it is turning me into a shite driver when she’s with me.

Can drive no bother on my own, comfortable on motorways and other busy roads, but as soon as she is with me I fall to pieces because I’m aware of how on edge she is.

 

Put her in the boot

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6 hours ago, Adam said:

 


I’m fairly new to the driving game, having only passed my test last month, but it’s already getting close to the point where I am going to refuse to drive anywhere with my gf in the passenger seat. I end up a total nervous wreck with her panicky nature about literally nothing, and feel as if it is turning me into a shite driver when she’s with me.

Can drive no bother on my own, comfortable on motorways and other busy roads, but as soon as she is with me I fall to pieces because I’m aware of how on edge she is.

 

Mine is forever bracing herself by placing her hands on the dashboard. It's hugely distracting, and equally infuriating.

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16 minutes ago, die hard doonhamer said:

Mine is forever bracing herself by placing her hands on the dashboard. It's hugely distracting, and equally infuriating.

What about when you're driving?

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Had to talk her through setting a calendar reminder on her phone for tomorrow night to give her parents a lift as "I don't know how to do that".

She's had the phone 2 years and this is her 3rd or 4th iPhone. Needless to say I've had to set a reminder on my own just in case  

 

Also - isn't capable of opening drawers to look for a charger because "I'd never put it there so why would I look there?" 

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The Sky guy is coming this afternoon. Bare in mind he probably spends a fair amount of his time in housing estates that make Beirut seem a sensible holiday destination. I mean this guy probably has to go to Wisbech FFS!!! 

So why the house has to be prepared to a standard befitting a royal visit is fuckin beyond me. 

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"I think the bath is backed up and needs plunged"

I've just dug out a full heads worth of hair. No idea how A. She can't pull her hair from the drain after a shower. B. How she isn't bald as no human can shed that much
I think it's a truism that no woman ever, ever, ever has cleaned out the plughole (no euph, Kenneth not req'd) after a bath or shower. In this respect, they are a gang of manky basturts.
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She has grown her nails long so she can get them 'done properly'. She then spends most of the time complaining about catching her nails on something, unable to pick stuff up, unable to use her phone properly, unable tie laces, unable to ......

 

 

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She hardly ever cooks anymore which is no issue normally as we normally don't eat an evening meal and when we do, I quite enjoy doing it. This weekend our boy came to stay so she decided to prepare the dinner beforehand. Her version of cooking now seems to entail me basically being her KP. All the crap jobs which she didn't want to do like chopping onions, de-seeding peppers, peeling & chopping squash and washing everything were left for me as she proceeded to get increasingly stressed at simple stuff.

I'll do it next time!

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