Theoretically speaking, if JB said to me the other day, “Something smells funny in here . . . or actually, I guess it’s just you” then totally denied that there was anything rude about that statement (“What? You smell like whatever you’re cooking! What?”), would that make it okay for me to send him an instant message yesterday that read:


. . . or would that have been rude?


56 Responses to “Rhetorical”

  1. fellowmom on July 12th, 2007 9:29 am

    My husband was in the room when the doctor saw the two heartbeats. When we were walking out, I finally noticed that he looked like he was having a stroke. I asked if he was happy about having twins, and he said, “oh yeah. I was just afraid he was going to find a third.” *shudder* That still cracks me up.

  2. Telegirl on July 12th, 2007 12:34 pm

    I would have been totally offended because when I was pregnant I had this freakishly heightened sense of smell and thought I was always smelling funny anyway (husband *swears* I was fine). Having someone say something to me would have sent me over the edge! So, I say “Bring it!”

  3. Amber on July 12th, 2007 9:59 pm

    You are so evil, and oh so clever. And yes, he completely and totally deserved it.

  4. Kristi on July 12th, 2007 11:35 pm

    lol I’m a bit behind on this post due to out-of-towness, but just wanted to pipe up and say that I did do that to my husband w/2nd pg! He wasn’t that amused but the look on his face is something I’ll always treasure in my mind.

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