Wife reveals that she secretly punishes her husband every time he leaves the toilet seat by pouring a can of beer over the toilet – but is she wrong?
- The unnamed British woman went to Mumsnet to share her domestic struggle
- Get frustrated by the “unsanitary” tendency of the man to raise the toilet seat
- Said she will pour a can of beer down the toilet every time he gets up
- However, most forum users called the idea “wasteful and controlling”
A mother has revealed that she has been so frustrated by her husband’s “unsanitary” tendency to raise the toilet seat that she has decided to pour a can of beer down the drain every time he does it.
The unnamed British woman went with him Mumsnet to share her domestic struggle and to explain how she has constantly asked him to put down the chair – even resorting to leaving a large note on the toilet – but to no avail.
She explained that she is worried that their baby will go to the toilet as soon as she starts to crawl and asked other parents if she was unreasonable to give his beer away “until he noticed”.
An unnamed British mother has revealed that she has been so frustrated by her husband’s “unsanitary” tendency to leave the toilet seat that she has decided to punish him
She went to the discussion forum and wrote: Basically my husband and I have a constant dispute about the downstairs toilet. I asked him a million times to close the lid after he used it – which is about every half hour. “
She continued: ‘I sent him links to hygiene articles and also put a big note on top of the toilet asking him to close the lid in case he just forgot. I pointed out that our baby is going to crawl quickly and because the toilet is downstairs between the living room and the kitchen, she will probably end up there often. “
She explained her frustration and said, “Every request gets a wink and he says it’s not a problem or is simply being ignored.”
She concluded: ‘So tonight I have decided that every time he leaves the lid open, I will empty a beer from the sink and leave the bottle upside down. I didn’t tell him this and I’m just going to start it and wait until he asks or realizes what’s going on. ”
But the majority of the mothers in the forum thought she was unreasonable, and some claimed that the response was “controlling and wasteful”
But the majority of the mothers at the forum thought she was unreasonable, and some claimed that the response was “controlling and wasteful.”
A user wrote: ‘That seems a bit of a shame and a bit difficult. Is it not that bad? I’m sure you can get an automatic lid closer if it bothers you. “
Another said: “I understand that it is frustrating, but emptying his beer sounds a bit ott. I think if a woman posted that she kept forgetting to do something, so that her DH (dear husband) destroyed something of her every time she forgot, posters would tell her to run to the hills. “
Elsewhere someone wrote: “You are not unreasonable to annoy your husband, but you are very unreasonable to give away perfectly good beer. What a waste!’.
One suggested: “Look for something else to annoy him. When he connects his phone to charge it, he leaves the cord in the phone and turns it off every time, so he thinks he’s charging, but his phone stays empty. “
She suggested: “Look for something else to annoy him. When he connects his phone to charge it, he leaves the cord in the phone and turns it off every time, so he thinks he’s charging, but his phone stays empty. “
Elsewhere someone said: ‘It seems a bit controlling. I mean, you’re going to waste a perfectly good drink every time he doesn’t do what he’s told. “
But a mother agreed and wrote: “I am with your OP. It is unsanitary to rinse with the lid open, so it must be closed before it is flushed. “