SH: It's cold outside.
Me: You don't have to go out to sing [karaoke -- don't laugh, he's really good -- at the American Legion with all the old Italian guys].
SH: You're making me.
Me: How's that?
SH: Yesterday, you said I should go out tonight so you could get to sleep at a decent hour.
Me: Oh yeah. You always do things just because I want you to.
SH: I do!
Me: Give me one example.
SH: I hung the pictures in the living room.
Me: Yeah -- seven months after we moved in.
SH: I've done lots of things just because you wanted. What about that list on the refrigerator?
Me: Have you finished the taxes? [We are due a huge refund because of the deduction for Imelda's alimony, and of course there is her usual drama with that.] Have you written a will?
SH: No, but I caulked the bathtub.
Me: That's because I was going to do it and you said I wouldn't do it right, even though I owned my own house in Memphis for seven years and took care of it just fine.
SH: I went to that dance class with you.
Me: That was part of your Christmas present to me!