Tuesday, May 11, 2010

May 7th


So, without a doubt, I can not stand things like this.

I also can not stand the tea stained plaques that read

"Today I married my best friend"

or

"All because two people fell in love"

I don't like nicknames for my husband

I think that all consonants should stay in words
(unless I am talkin' gangsta foo)

Am I unromantic?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your hubband-chu-ookie-bookie-shnookie-luv-luv-dub-a-doo loves you very much!

robin said...

i have never called josh anything but "josh".

i CANNOT call him anything else. never...ever.

Lori said...

I'll take down my signs before you get here. promise.

aubry. said...

don't forget "home is where you hang your heart"

Ruthie said...

Nah, of course you're not unromantic. Everybody's entitled to their opinion, and some of those things can be SO gag-inducing.

I harbor ill-will for the Anonymous commenter (Ed?), because it feels like a stab at me and Cody because I call him Hubbend and he has all sorts of ridiculous names he kiddingly uses, like Ed's been telling stories. I know it's not meant that way, but...well, screw you, Anonymous!

Nicknames are something I do, and if you have one from me, it's because I like you and feel comfortable with you (although I have people I cherish who don't have a nickname. It's just one of the ways you'll know I like you, not the defining factor. The defining factor's me saying, "I like you.") But they can be ridiculous to hear/use/create, so...yeah.

kelzone said...

100% agree. This is Lorie not Kelzone - don't ask me why she is logged on my computer.