Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Marriage 301, Lecture 330: Hanging in there
SH: Hey! You took my hanger! [that was perched on the ledge at the top of the stairs by SH's office]
Me: Yeah? So what?
SH: I was going to use that!
Me: Fine. I'll get you another one [from the guest room].
SH: But I don't want this kind [wooden].
Me: What about this [wire] one?
SH: That's not the same! The one you took was thicker!
Me: OK. Here's one that's a little thicker.
SH: No! It's not right!
Me: OK you big baby. I'll get you your hanger.
SH: What did you do with it?
Me: I took it downstairs and used it to hang clothes.
Me [after trip downstairs and back upstairs holding three t-shirts, hanging, that I got at Target for $2.50 each this morning and they weren't even made in China by slave labor]: There. It's one of these three hangers. I don't know which one.
SH: Oh. They all look like this one [that I got him out of the guest room closet]. Maybe this one is OK.
Me: I told you so.