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[Mar. 23rd, 2005|07:31 pm]
桜井香津美
I know I'm not always innocent, but I don't think I'm being wrong here.

I got home from the supermarket, and he tells me I left the freezer door open. I explicitly don't remember doing so, in fact, I remember putting forth extra effort to make SURE it was closed. But whatever, he says it was cracked open and must be my fault.

So while I'm calmly trying to tell him I clearly remember shutting it, he was being a smartass saying "Oh then a ghost or the baby or the dog did it". I told him that I wasn't blaming anyone, but I don't remember leaving it open. So here he goes, being a hypocrite and starting to raise his voice (he always flips out when *I* do that), getting annoyed. And so now he's giving me the silent treatment, playing depressing songs, and touching the wine (neither of us drinks) that was supposed to be for us to celebrate the birth of our daughter.

I don't fucking deserve this, he's fucking flipping out over something so completely trivial. All we lost was some fucking ice cream that he hadn't touched in weeks.

I'm so tired of hypocrites.
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[User Picture]From: nebulosity
2005-03-23 05:01 pm (UTC)
OMG! My mother does that to me ALL THE TIME. She uses process of elimination to assume that certain things are my fault; such as, leaving lights on, leaving doors open, making a mess... etc. She just doesn't seem to understand that even though I may be the only one she can think of that could possibly have done it, doesn't mean that there isn't any possibility that it could have happened by some other means. Meaning, just like Hsaiokwai can't accept the possibility that you may have only been the one in the house that could have left the freezer door open, doesn't mean that you definately did it. Seriously. Perhaps you did make an extra effort to close it, but due to a fault in the closing mechanism in the freezer door, it opened itself after you left. He could have thought of this and at least said, "Okay, I believe you." Ya know?

*huggles*
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[User Picture]From: shinwachou
2005-03-23 05:33 pm (UTC)
but due to a fault in the closing mechanism in the freezer door

See, that could be a logical answer. I know I shut it completely, but since the freezer was kind of jammed from being full (not anymore after throwing out melted ice cream), it's possible the door popped open again. :(
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From: kimry
2005-03-23 05:23 pm (UTC)
RETARDED. That is so....
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[User Picture]From: shinwachou
2005-03-23 05:29 pm (UTC)
OMG, that's great. This comment must be saved for all eternity.
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From: kimry
2005-03-23 05:37 pm (UTC)
we shall put it on tshirts and make lots of $$$ selling them.
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[User Picture]From: shinwachou
2005-03-23 06:14 pm (UTC)
I've always wanted to run a store with things like that. ;) But better than Spencer's (spencergifts.com). =P
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From: verschwiegen
2005-03-24 11:05 am (UTC)
sorry to hear about that...if i only lived in the Tampa Bay area instead of jacksoville when you found me on one of those date sites...*giggles*
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[User Picture]From: shinwachou
2005-03-24 02:49 pm (UTC)
*dies*
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[User Picture]From: shinwachou
2005-03-24 03:04 pm (UTC)
I'm in West Palm Beach now, anyway. =P
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