Friday, November 7, 2014

Silly Saturdays: Fellow asking me to be Mellow

Been a while since I took a dig at myself and that made me wonder why? Answer is quite simple it’s just that the hubby has been quite busy these days and he is one who usually brings the best or the worst out of me. As a consequence of spending sometime with him, this is what happens.

On very silent Thursday morning, while I was gently urging little Smera to drink her milk and get on with getting ready to school. The half awake hubby walks in with his PBJ sandwich and sat down beside us. Munching on his sandwich he heard me yet again to Very Gently Urging her to finish her milk and just then he comments:

Hubby: “Are you not well?”
Me: “No, I am perfectly alright and why do you ask?”
Hubby: “I asked as I’ve never heard you ask Smera to do something so softly.”
Me: “What do you mean that I am always yelling at her?”
Hubby: “Err!! That’s not what I meant. I mean either you are too aggressive or as today extremely mellow.”
Me: “Extremely mellow?”
Hubby: “I mean you need to find the right spot in your voice! Ah I realise my sandwich is finished let me get ready quickly”, and he quickly vanished off from the scene, leaving me fuming.

Meanwhile while we were discussing the pitch of my tone little Smera was giggling and slurping up her chocolate milk and that meant it time to get her into her uniform.

This made me wonder when the better half will really understand to use better choice of words to explain his thoughts! 

15 comments:

  1. Hahahaha i Just loved the way ur hubby escaped from the scene :P

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    1. And he is really good at it :D ha ha ...

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  2. This is a page out of my life book! Right to the vanishing act! :D

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    1. Glad I am not only woman to have this story to tell ..

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  3. I am not married - but could picture it all.
    Guess what, it will be amusing to see how the other half fares when the tasks are switched. The you can compare the tone, tenor et al. :D

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    1. Ragini - don't get me wrong I am not scaring you ...marriage and being parents sometimes is really funny

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    2. U bet. Funny is not the word.

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  4. To say or not to say....Poor guy... doomed either way...

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  5. I hate any advice coming towards me in the morning when I am battling to get both my brats ready and that too on time to school. Disappearing, vanishing etc etc and are arts which I guess all hubby's master even before they get married.

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  6. He knows how to vanish at the right time, doesn't he? :)

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  7. Hahahaha he realized that he needs to escape at the right time lest he face you wrath :P

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