Lazy Sunday

Sunday, February 19, 2012

We just took a three-hour nap. It was spec-freakin-tacular. Since we're being lazy today, I thought I'd be lazy on the blog and post thess hilarious quotes.


I agree with Anita (right side), mostly because of a conversation I had with Grahm yesterday.

"Hey sweetie, can you throw the sheets in the washer? I'm gonna hop in the shower."
"Sure babe... how do I wash 'em?"
"Just put it on warm/cold and normal wash." I started walking back to our bedroom.
"Does it need... detergent?" he asks.
I paused for a long and awkward moment. "...Yes, dear. They need soap in order to get clean."


His question tells me more than one thing. 1) I seriously doubt he's EVER washed his sheets before. Ummm, gross? And 2) This kid would be totally lost without me. If I die, someone please help my husband do his laundry. Poor kid.

18 comments:

Melissa said...

Hahahah I love this. My fiancé thankfully does know how to do laundry of all varieties, but refuses to put my clothing away in the manner I prefer it (color coordinated, and if a cami has a built in bra, it goes in a different section.... I'm a little OCD about my closet haha) so I have now officially taken over laundry duty.

xoxo + enjoy your lazy day!

Nagehan said...

You wouldn't believe this but J is incredibly clean. The cleanest guy I've ever met (besides my father!) So, I know when I'm not there for the day, the place doesn't turn into a pigsty.

Malisa said...

John does know how to do the laundry, but our washing machine is a bit broken these days and requires someone to basically sit near it while it's running to make sure it doesn't flood our whole apartment. John doesn't really know the flood warning signs as well as I do, so laundry is completely my domain. We also have a third roommate living with us right now, and I monitor his laundry, too. It's super. ;)

lori said...

hahaha this is hilarious! while my husband knows how to do all the cooking and cleaning, he is happy to let me handle that.

Michelle P said...

hhaha love this! And I love what the Derrick said.

Alyx said...

Hahaha, that's great. My husband does the same thing with the laundry. So helpless.

Those kids' answers are perfect! Gotta love the silly things kids say, right??

Grahm Roach said...

Haha, I think this is pretty funny. However, apparently we had a miscommunication. I was asking if there were any "special instructions" for washing the sheets, since they're pretty much your pride and joy. And I do know how do wash regular sheets, I washed them a couple times in college ;)

Kristen Danielle said...

lol! I love that you replied to this, Grahm!! Too funny. I bet my boyfriend would reply to a lot of the stuff I wrote on my blog about him if he knew how! So, props to you for figuring THAT out!

Kristen Danielle said...

Haha, thanks for sharing!

My favorite moment kind of like this was once when I had spaghetti on the stove cooking and I was in the shower and I asked my boyfriend to drain the spaghetti and he replied... "OK... where's that white thing with the holes in it?" Errr... the colander????? Lol!

Lauren said...

I love long naps with the hubby on Sundays! That is hilarious about the sheets! I love that he defended himself ^ too! :)

xo

Miranda said...

that nap sounds glorious! i wish i could take long naps (or naps at all!)....kids say the funnies (and sometimes truest) things!

Jenna said...

Haha, these are hilarious! I love the one where he says "then there sure would be a lot of kids to explain!" So darn cute!

I hate to admit this but my bf is a clean freak, which most of the time is a good thing :) I would probably be more lost without him if he died than vice versa!

xxx
Jenna

Danielle said...

Hahaha. That is priceless. All of it. Y'all are too cute. Love your blog! Newest reader :)

Tom said...

Those quotes are absolutely brilliant. I'm loving the last one - kids these days, full of suck knowledge.

Lindsey said...

Absolutely adorable! It's amazing how kids think. =]

marie said...

When I was first married we always took naps on Sundays. Those days are long gone for me, but interestingly enough my husband still gets his naps in. Hmmmmmmmm?

Erin said...

LOL---- hilarious! Love all those quotes! I think my hubby thought washing sheets like once every few months was totally acceptable before we got married. DISGUSTING!!

miki said...

Aren't boys so funny? I was cleaning up the house yesterday, and asked my husband to put something in the microwave, and he runs into our room and asks "what can i heat this in?", I tell him, " then he comes back, and where is that?" I was just thinking how did you survive for 24 years before meeting me ;)

Love those kids quotes too!