....is this real life?
- Jun 8, 2016
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...and we know who has to reload the dishwasher !!!!
Can I guess who is the coon on crack?
Couldn't be Ken, I can't imagine him doing dishes.
I was just kidding. I do all laundry, dishes and trash here and some of the cooking. And all of the other housework, plus all of the yardwork and I take care of her dog and my son's cat. I also pump all the gas and wash the cars. I am also redoing her antique dining room chairs....and we know who has to reload the dishwasher !!!!
She is worse than a "coon on crack", I have to reload it from her Charlie Manson Helter Skelter ways. I also plan, prep and cook better than 80% of meals and rinse off the dishes bowl utensils and pans and load the dishwasher as I cook. I also clean the stove, over 2 hours yesterday and clean the countertops! The pantry, freezer and fridge are 90% filled by me with exception of the "organic" junk she gets for herself. I also do all my own laundry. Then fix whatever is broken, like two days ago fixed a shoe of hers that the sole that was flopping half off the shoe.
She feeds the dogs and picks up their shit. And waters the 80 some plants that had to be planted.
We merged ours, I pay for all three and it is about the same price I was paying for mine alone. We all have our own bills. Our autistic son gets disability and pays his share out of it.I do the outside, she does the inside. We split cooking in half, and both of us clean after cooking. She buys the day to day groceries, and I pick up the Costco, Sam's Club and Home Depot costs. She buys her gas, I buy mine. She collects the monthly bills, divides the cost in half, and I pay my half, she pays hers. We don't co-mingle our money. She pays insurance on her car, with me as an alternate driver, I pay insurance for my two cars, with her as an alternate driver. When we go out to dinner, she pays one night, I pay the next night, regardless if the meal was at a 5 star restaurant, or In-N-Out.
Thinking about it, I'm guessing it costs us an extra $1000 a year to have two auto insurance policies. I should look into merging them as one policy.