Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Busted Bottles and Fish Guts

Gene Pool Diva
"Dammit Rob." I scoop shards of glass and frozen beer out of the freezer. "Will you ever learn?"

"Yeah well," He hands me a wet rag, "at least it doesn't smell funny."

Whipping around, I slam my hands to my hips and give him the stink eye. Last year he left shark guts in the vegetable bin and by the time I got home a funky odor permeated the fridge. I grit my teeth.

He grins

I don't.

"Use your own damn refrigerator." I hiss, turning back to clean the sticky ooze.

Rob shrugs and dissappears into the garage. Several minutes later he returns, holding aloft a frosted six pack of black and tans. "Well," he says, "look what I found in my freezer."

Huh, so that's where I put them.

23 comments:

  1. Bleh! Shark guts in the vegetable bin! I think my hubby would be cleaning up his own mess.

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  2. Oh I caved. Instead of cleaning that mess, I gave him the fridge and he hustled it to the garage.

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  3. Shark guts?!! Ugh! I don't even want to know why he had those in the first place! That was a fun read-thanks!

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  4. Oh Ms Mouse, you got that right. Some things I just don't want to know.

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  5. LOL! I've said it before, but this just proves it again: you two were made for each other.

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  6. Which begs the question Beth, what on earth did I do in my last life?

    Ah Peg, hate the busted bottles. Now tell me, has your hubby put his bait bucket in the living room to keep his shrimp comfortable?

    I feel a cabernet coming on.

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  7. I remember hiding some beer in the trunk of my car from my parents once. Unfortunately, it got REALLY cold that night. :( Try hiding THAT from your parents! yuck!

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  8. Bet they still snicker about that from time to time. Nice to see ya Angie.

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  9. LOL at your husband as the devil! Good thing he found those black & tans. :-)

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  10. I know. I know. I like the black and tans. As for hubby? Let him drink lite!

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  11. I think I'm glad my husband doesn't have time to be a sportsman! LOL (My son is but that's his wife's problem!)

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  12. OMG Kat, I just got chills. (LOve your spririt!)

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  13. My husband loves to fish, but he hasn't brought shark home yet. How glad I am. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    My grandson and I love "Are You My Mother?," too. It is an often-read little book.

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  14. Blah I think I would have bought a new fridge,or had him clean out the shark guts.

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  15. OMG Ladies, hubby cleaned his fridge. I AM IN SHOCK! Thanks so much for stopping by and if your hubbies try anything fishy, I suggest duct tape.

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  16. I'd be in shock if my man cleaned out the fridge too! Maybe it was this blog post that shamed him into it. :) Good job, girl. :)

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  17. The last time we heard a muffled *gunshot* in the freezer, my husband turned and growled "your beer. you clean it".
    Why am I always the mess maker?

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  18. Trust me Crystal, the man can not be shamed, I have tried. (BTW I'm training the next dog!)

    Samantha may I suggest the black and tans? That six pack was in the freezer, unharmed, for a week.
    Rob's lite beer explodes overnight.

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  19. Now I have a sudden urge for a frosted black and tan. :) So nice connecting with you today!

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  20. Thanks for stopping by Liz. I've been reading a lot of YA novels and as soon as I'm home for two minutes, I'm looking for yours. Take care. - Kelly

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  21. oh, have i seen the frozen beer go wrong....

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