Women said, Too funny, my husband is like that too.
Guys said, You’re not complaining, are you? I wouldn’t put up with that from my wife.
Adam was shitty that I wrote the post (which he hasn’t read, by the way).
Me: I thought you said I was allowed to write it? (I am supposed to get permission to write about him on my blog,)
Adam: You were supposed to write about the van. Not those other things.
Me: But those other things are funny. And I said you look like Brad Pitt.
Adam: (grunt of disgust)
It’s like he doesn’t even want to look like Brad Pitt.
Me: Do you want me to take it down?
Adam (sulking): No.
Okay, so maybe it’s in poor taste to mock your husband on your blog. It’s like cyber mocking, or cyber nagging. Yeah, it seems nagging is a bad thing. Nagging has a bad reputation. Wives are supposed to just suck it up, and maybe brainstorm with their husbands about how to get things done.
When did we go back to the 1950s? And if we have gone back to the 50s, why am I still expected to work outside the home and earn money? As a post-feminist, I’m raising my hand in protest. Then I’m going to go burn my bra, because I never really liked this one, but it’s the only one that fits.
Australian feminist pioneer, Germaine Greer.
Photo credit: Wikipedia.
Edited to add: Adam wants you to know that he WOULD read my blog, if he could get a turn on the computer. So, now I'm a nag who mocks her husband on her blog, AND I'm selfish. I rock.
Edited again to add: I am still wearing my bra that I don't like. Is that too much information?