Question of the Day, from Michael

If you could chose the “defect” your spouse has, what would you choose to have to deal with?

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21 Responses to Question of the Day, from Michael

  1. Joy says:

    I don’t understand this question. Are we supposed to list what we hate? Chose the thing we hate the most? Aren’t we dealing with them now? Let me observe what other people say.

  2. Jenny says:

    Are you talking about deaf, blind, etc…stuff like that? I don’t understand either…lol

  3. mssc54 says:

    If I could wave a magic wand and make my Mrs. perfect except one thing, I would choose to deal with her weight.

  4. Joy says:

    Being in my personal space all.the.time.

  5. SKL says:

    I think the question is, if your spouse has to have one fault BUT you get to choose the fault, which fault would your spouse have?

    I dunno since I’ve never been married. I think I could deal with the spouse being away from home a lot – would that count? I mean, as long as he wasn’t messing around on the side, I do not need to be “with” someone all the time. I really like my space. And I like being in charge of the home; I don’t relate to wives who complain because hubby isn’t there to help with the kids every day or do 50% of the housework. To me, that’s one less thing to negotiate about.

  6. Sue says:

    The catch is, what one of us might find a fault another might find a strenght. The one I would go with is the one that drives me the most nuts now, but really in the grand scheme of things isn’t that big of a deal (I just hate it!) His idea of doing the dishes is getting the dirty ones from the table to the sink/counter and that’s it. Once the dishes are there, he’s done.

  7. Jenny says:

    I say he’s the perfect package….haha

  8. Laura says:

    Well, if I could pick a fault, I’d say, I’d have him shower me with too many gifts and compliments. Fresh flowers every day, massages for no reason, weekend getaways….

    Oh, you wanted REAL ones? Hmmm….

    I think, probably, his obsession with the gym. It drives me nuts, but it keeps him healthy and gets him out of the house for a little while, which is good for both of us.

  9. Nikki says:

    If I were to pick a body issue, I’d pick his thinning hair. Poor guy is practically bald. Thankfully, he has a nice shaped noggin! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Behavior wise…he has an addictive personality, like his mother. ๐Ÿ˜‰ When he gets involved with something or starts something, he goes head first, full force. Almost to a fault. I feel like saying, Hello…I’m here too!!! LOL Sometimes it’s a good thing, and other times it’s not.

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