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He's great with some stuff, but...

Right, I'm having a gripe.

I've been to work this morning, worked my ass off running around with stock and having the fire alarm damn near deafen me when some idiot tripped it by mistake, pissed about with the job centre signing off and come home to find the only two things I asked my feller to do not done. Granted he has done a couple of other things - washing my work shirt for tomorrow but then taunting me by saying he hasn't. But the two really important things I needed him to do - and have asked him to do every day this week - still haven't been done.

Simple things!

I asked him to make a new vets appointment for Muppet (his cat that I have been trying to steal, but who he insists his still HIS cat, even though I buy half her food and pay her vets bills etc) and he tonight point blank refused. Appartently its 'easier' if I sort it out because I took her before. All he had to do was call and make an appointment for an afternoon next week.

And he volunteered to call Argos about the missing tumble drier - three days ago - and STILL hasn't done it, while complaining all the time that it isn't here and that Argos are a load of tossers... CHASE THEM UP! I'M NOT HERE TO DO IT!

Well, I called the vet my self - all of two minutes of a job, but as HE rang argos lst week HE can ring them back - since he's been the one dealing with it so far (his rules remember)!

GRR, GRR and GRR some more!

All that said, I do still love him to bits and he's making me meatballs for my tea (Guilt, I think, he knows they are my fav). I just wish he wasn't so hooked on the computer games - which are always there, don't change or go away - that he forgets that there is a real world out there too and he needs to do things in it.

Right. That's it. End of gripe.

Should be better next time I write. ( hope )

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